If you go home hungry while dining on the Sunday Brunch at Hi-Way Harry's you must be a very picky eater. They offer a large variety of foods from pretty much anything you can think of for breakfast, to salad bar, to various meat/fish entrees, to desserts. Anytime we have guests stay from out-of-town we take them here for breakfast brunch if they are with us while the brunch goes on.
The service is a little inconsistent. We've gone and had the best service ever to our wait-person never coming back except later with the bill and we had to flag down someone else to get our drinks refilled.
The décor/design is amazing. You have private booths and tables at most of the spots to eat. My husband and I always are waiting for an old-time 1930's gangster to walk into the place with his entourage and a dame on his arm. It's a really neat building inside and out.