Casual Easter brunch?

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jessie
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Casual Easter brunch?

Postby jessie » Wed Mar 19, 2008 2:51 pm

Hi everyone. I received some great suggestions when I was looking for breakfast cafes a couple months back so I thought I'd ask your advice again - this time for a casual Easter brunch.

It'll be just me and my young daughter so I'm not looking for anything especially fancy or expensive. Just somewhere we can get a decent, typical Easter meal to celebrate the holiday. She's well-mannered and doesn't eat much but I'm leaning toward buffet style for the variety and so she doesn't have to sit still in one place for a long time.

West side area would be first choice but I'm open to other parts of town if there's something really worthwhile.

Thanks!

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Postby Sideshow Bob » Wed Mar 19, 2008 3:03 pm

The Westside Club serves 10am-2pm.


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