We made a reservation for Sunday brunch, thinking that we might need one. Not so: At noon the parking lot was empty and the front door was locked. The hostess unlocked the door and explained that the bartender hadn't arrived, so they couldn't do mixed drinks. We asked: "Is there a chef?" Yes, there was, and a server had also just arrived. We were given dinner menus, then (when we asked) brunch menus, which included a few odd sushi choices (one included bagels and lox--but they were out of lox) and a lobster omelet that was way over-peppered. Dry crab cake sandwiches had only a dab of the promised aoli, and the fries were room temperature. Desserts (especially fried bananas) were tasty, but not enough to save the day. Too bad, since Sterling lacks brunch options!
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