We had been to Oakleaf for Dinner and thought we would try their Saturday AM Brunch with friends. Making the reservation on-line through their web site was very easy and they confirmed via e-mail, at our request, in an extremely timely manner.
The setting at the old mill is terrific and the selection for Brunch is very interesting, especially if you are a foodie. Also, please try the Bloody Mary's, they are quite tasty and you may find it hard to have just 1 during your brunch. Wine selection is also very good and they have quite an array of wines that you might only otherwise find at the Angus Barn.
Being a foodie, I tried the sweet potato and sausage hash with eggs. Our group also had the Challah French Toast (excellent) and a Burger (better than average).
The down side to the meal was that my eggs were not cooked and the server did not seem to know the difference between a not cooked egg and a properly cooked sunny side up egg. When I mentioned that the egg was not cooked and showed the clear white, the server asked how I would like my eggs cooked. It was disappointing, because when the egg came back it was over cooked.
Couple things to make sure you are aware of:
1) Definitely make a reservation;
2) Good atmosphere to take your time and enjoy the food and company
3) The Brunch & Lunch prices are more pallatable than the dinner prices.
4) The food is generally terrific and a very different selection is offered.
this was our second visit, and we will probably return, which is a great sign of wether or not a restaurant is going to be around for a while. (btw- if you go, you may try the mead tasting at the nearby Starlight Mead)