The Easter brunch was lovely, delicious food with a variety of options. The decor and ambience were straight off of a Pottery Barn cover. Be prepared to travel a dirt road for a few minutes to access it. However, we paid over $600 for four adults and two children, you can enjoy equivalently delicious food for far less and donate the rest of the money to a good cause that you would've spent here. Five stars if you don't mind the price.
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