I truly loved the food! The service was good, too! I just think it is too pricey for what we got from a place that advertises it is a non-profit organization. My wife and I both had the pork loin. We could have split the meal had we realized what all came with it. The homemade bread is great; the relish tray that comes with every meal is good and even gave us an idea about how to present these items when we entertain. The pork was divine. The gravy and spice that was used made for an incredible flavor. It came with a red potato, also good, broccoli, and a white vegetable that I cannot pronounce. Then we had a gluten free meringue that was tasty for dessert. Price which included a bottle of wine was around $70.00. It was probably about twenty dollars more than I thought it should have been. But, it was an excellent evening! Breakfast -- not so good. Here, the food was good, but not enough variety is offered. They had cereal, oatmeal, homemade bread -- corn bread & zuccini bread, scrambled eggs, apples and oranges, bacon, sausage, gravy, grits, assorted juices and beverages for $9.95. What happened to the pancakes, french toast, and waffles? What happened to the omelets? I just expected more. On our way to Birmingham, the previous week, we had a brunch at the Ramada Inn in Bowling Green, Kentucky that offered almost everything that the Trustee's Office offered plus Belgian Waffles and assorted pastries for free. I'm probably being petty. I just expected more.
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