Went for Sunday Brunch with a group of friends. Large selection with the usual choices, but the buffet seemed to be driven by the need to keep the cost down in this very competitive market. The peel and eat shrimp were good as was the salmon; the crab cakes were tiny. Plenty of other choices with desserts perhaps the best. There might be something to "Have dessert first..."
The service was prompt and gracious and our waiter even said "thank you, I appreciate it" at tip time. The decor was okay if a bit dated. In the lobby they were advertising dinner specials at high prices, I'd be a little hesitant to spend that kind of money there. For Sunday brunch a good place to go, but before a second visit, I might try other places.
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