Tried the brunch for he first time and we're very pleased. Unlike some other reviews, we were seated immediately (called ahead to reserve) and were promptly treated to the first of several mimosas and champagne. All the food was good. Especially enjoyed the pork with sundried tomato cream sauce, the shrimp salad with dill and of the peel and eat shrimp were to die for - big and very fresh. Prime rib was great too. Hubby had to wait a while for his omelet, but it was delicious. Only bad dish, unfortunately, was the whole snapper. It looked beautiful, and I was lucky to be standing there when they brought out a new one, but it was very dry. Desserts are to die for, especially the chocolate mousse. Great location to go for a walk after meal to work off some of the calories. Nice little hotel with interesting history. Will definitely return.
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