The Farmer's Daughter restaurant occupies a lovely space: rustic and warm but uncluttered and open. Attentive service and beautifully presented food clearly are priorities here: prepare yourself to be wowed by both. Buffet offerings are conveniently separated into stations:1. Salads, including Caesar and mixed greens, smoked salmon with all of the trimmings, smoked trout and smoked mackerel; 2. Bagels, cream cheese, butter, and outstanding baked goods including scones, muffins, cinnamon rolls, etc.; 3. Charcuterie display, cheeses, cold grilled veggies, marinated olives; 4. Omelet station; 5. Carving station and Belgian waffle station; 5. Cold seafood station, including very large cooked shrimp and raw oysters; 6. Hot foods, including scrambled eggs, strata, bacon, sausage, potatoes, fish of the day, baked Ziti, chicken with mashed potatoes, fruit filled pancakes, French toast; 7. Dessert station, with right-sized portions of carrot cake, raspberry mousse, pecan pie bites, brownies, magic bars, lemon bars, tiramisu, key lime tartlets, warm blueberry cobbler, cheesecake and more; 8. Fruit station, with heaping bowls of raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, whipped cream, and a platter of sliced fresh fruit. Attentive servers kept the coffee cups full. Food was good to very good. Specifically, the scrambled eggs were among the best I have ever had: impossibly rich and creamy and astounding for a chafing dish. Likewise, the Normandy potatoes on the hot line were perfect: firm but tender and well-seasoned, impressive for the lowly potato that, at so many places,is a greasy, tasteless afterthought. The cinnamon roll was amazing, as were the desserts in general. Someone here takes baking very, very seriously. The fresh fruit was remarkable in abundance and quality: perfectly ripe berries that I could have sat and eaten all day. Brunch for two, including coffee and tax but before tip was $57.00.