Easter brunch is quite a spread. Prime rib, salmon, steak and all the breakfast items. There is also plenty of delicious deserts. I was a bit disappointed in my biscuits and gravy plate. The biscuits and gravy were great, but the potatoes were grease balls and the eggs tasted off. Overall a good brunch.
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