This place has a beautiful view and a great price for Sunday Brunch. Add a coffee and 2 sodas and you approach 60 bucks for cost. Service is slow and you have to seek out your wait person. Since they weren't exceptionally busy it was annoying to wait Alamo 15 minutes for our check and another 10 before she came back with our card. They were very nice though . Since we weren't in a rush, this wasn't a problem. Let's talk about the food.
There was a plentiful buffet with hits and misses. The ham with fruit was good. Chicken Picata was OK. Scrambled eggs were bland and bacon was good but cold. Biscuits and gravy were delicious. Carved turkey and roast beef were very good. Pulled pork was dry. Lamb stew was good but tasted semi-homemade. Scalloped potatoes were good. Home fires were delicious. French toast was cold, stiff and inedible. Seriously, this was the first time I ever left French toast. Crepes were nice and having fresh bananas and strawberries on the dessert table was great the crepes should have been next to them.. The pudding is room temperature and straight out of the can . There was some white, runny watery stuff and I didn't try it because I wasn't sure if it was yogurt or whipped cream.
Over all, it was Ok. Worth the 15 bucks. I'd go back. With a little tweaking, this place could be awesome!