There are restaurants that serve brunch buffets all over the city, but this one has one of the best. The menu items that they offer are quality meats and seafood done to perfection. You can partake of the usual omelet / waffle station, but the stars shine on the shrimp, pasta, beef, and chicken dishes. Add a bottomless champagne mimosa option to the meal and you have the makings of a wonderful Sunday afternoon. It can get crowded with the after church bunch so go early and make reservations.
Love the old building that houses the restaurant - a lot of history there - from a stage coach stop to a bar and dance hall for WWII local military to the first and former location of Macaroni's.
So next time you are thinking of going to Sunday brunch at the Hyatt Hill Country, Las Canarias, Crumpets, or the like, try the Grill instead. Your pocket book as well as your palate will thank you.
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