Weekday breakfast at the Broadmoor resort's Lake Terrace Dining Room, amid elegant surroundings that remind of an Italian villa, is a special occasion. But the Sunday Brunch Buffet if off the charts, like dining with the Queen, the best Sunday Brunch you've ever had. It is served from 9 to 3 and it takes that long just to mention each of the more than 150 choices available on the various tables. And that's not counting the live cooking stations. Come early and come hungry and you're guaranteed to go home satisfied. Oh, the weekday breakfast can't be dismissed as grits and bare it. Try the Rocky Mountain Breakfast (two scrambled eggs, pork sausage links, home fried potatoes, toast) or smoked Scottish salmon and smoked Colorado trout platter or Eggs Benedict with farm eggs, Canadian bacon, Hollandaise sauce on toasted English muffin with roasted asparagus and home fried potatoes or organic steel cut oatmeal with brown sugar and raisins or Belgian waffles with mixed berry compote, warm maple syrup and whipped cream. But if you're at the Broadmoor on a Sunday and you sleep through the brunch buffet, you clearly don't have a pulse. Yes, you might have to dress up a bit. But it's a dining experience you won't forget. I remembered our last Sunday Brunch at the Broadmoor and I deliberately planned our vacation schedule so would be there on a Sunday this year. At the Broadmoor, the Sunday Brunch Buffet is over 150 choices, live cooking stations, made-to-order eggs, seared-to-order seafood, meats and poultry, Bananas Foster to order, scrambled eggs, omelets, Eggs Benedict, pancakes, French toast, bacon, sausage, potatoes, cheese blintzes, biscuits, granola, croissants, muffins, cinnamon rolls, Danish, chocolate croissants, scones, bagels, blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, raspberries, watermelon, poached salmon, smoked salmon, smoked trout, shrimp, oysters, crab claws, three kinds of sushi, cheeses, mixed salads, hot vegetables, rice, mashed potatoes, sweet dessert crepes, bread pudding with vanilla sauce, peach and apple cobbler, ice cream sundaes, tiramisu, creme brulee, parfaits, tarts, tortes, profiteroles, panna cotta, shortcake, cheesecake, cookies, cupcakes, not to mention serving stations for prime rib, roast pork, turkey, lamb and ham. Do you have enough room on your plate for another cinnamon roll? What is the record for return trips? Has anyone ever had something of everything, all 150 items in one seating?
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