My husband and I arrived for buffet brunch here at 1:40 pm. Even though the brunch closed at 2:30, the many tables were fully stocked and the food was good. There was a station with omelets made to order, plus two kinds each of poached and scrambled egg dishes, pasta, a very good shepherd's pie, some Mexican-style dishes, potatoes, sausage, pancakes, fresh fruit, yogurt, and lots of dessert choices. We liked the things we tried. I would have happily eaten more shepherd's pie if I'd had room. My orange juice wasn't included, but was reasonably priced and in a large glass with a free refill. Our upbeat and helpful waiter stopped by to tell us when the buffet was about to close, so we could make a last run for food if we wanted. There were lots of people there, but we were seated right away. The place is fairly big. It's a sports bar, with big TVs all over the place, all showing NFL the afternoon we were there. I could see this being a fun place to gather with friends to see a game. $17 a person felt like a good price for a good brunch.
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