We had dinner here before- can't complain. Went for Sunday Brunch Buffet $17.99: incredibly disappointing. Not what was advertised. Reservations were required. Why? The restaurantwas practically empty! Of course they sat all four parties together in the corner. Our waiter was doing 5 jobs. Took over 10 minutes to get drinks. Where?s the buffet? As far away from us as you can get. 4 hot breakfast items: scrambled eggs, sausage, home fries, French toast. 4 hot lunch items: frozen lasagna, Swedish meatballs, salmon with cheez wiz, sauteed vegetables. Jarred fruit, store bought danish, bag salad- one dressing. Carving station: salty turkey, ham, or roast beef(?). Long wait for cold slivers of meat. Basket of store bought dinner rolls (leftovers from last nite?) Refills? came after done eating. Bill-$75.17 for 3 people! mimosas-not included ($15.75). Asked to see manager to express disappoinment. He appeared annoyed and belligerent from the start. We told him we ate many brunches (even in NYC) for less money, including drinks. He slammed a phone book down, challenged us to find another buffet with free drinks. He got violently angry, ?Why don?t you just pay your bill and agree never to do business together again!? he also told us to go to IHOP. We were dumbfounded. We asked his name. ?I don't need to give you my name.? !!!??? He finally said Tom. Last name? ?That?s all you need to know.? We paid our bill, told our server ?see Tom? for his tip and left never to return. We are looking forward to going to IHOP next Sunday!
Cons: musak, not enough waitstaff, angry manager