There are not many choices in Roanoke for Sunday brunch, especially if you don't fancy the hotel buffet setting, but this is a quite acceptable one. Very chic decor and open at 11. The rather standard fare menu includes plenty vegetarian choices. We had a good wild mushroom omelet, but the shrimp, sausage and grits offering was less successful. Nice homemade muffins and good service. However, all in all, I had expected more inventiveness and creativity in the menu. Perhaps they save that for meals other than brunch. The bloody Mary was quite good.
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