Buffet brunch with nice selection - omelets made to order, carving station, biscuits and gravy, fruits, salads, desserts and small selection of alcoholic brunch beverages. Food is tasty but not terribly creative or interesting. The architecture of the room is what's remarkable. Gorgeous old building, and there's at least one private room for small parties. I'd love to see a wedding reception or other special event, with more exciting food, in this gorgeous space.
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