For about $40, you get unlimited champagne, orange juice and coffee, a buffet spread that boasts approximately 20 different breakfast and lunch options, plus breakfast pastries and a dozen varieties of desserts.
We were lucky enough to be seated in the Rotunda, a beautiful space right off the lobby with a high, domed ceiling and tons of historical decor. In fact, to get into the Rotunda, you descend the Grand Staircase which some believe was the model for the famous staircase featured in Gone with the Wind.
In front of the Christmas tree in the Rotunda, two years ago
I'm not going to review the food because that would be a conflict of interest for me, so I'll let my pictures speak for themselves.
Round 1: Waffle with berry compote, bacon, sausage and gravy, potatoes
Round 2: Mini bagel with cream cheese, baked brie, some charcuterie
Dessert: S'mores cheesecake, pumpkin creme brulee tartelette, cinnamon roll, apple tart, pumpkin roll. Clearly I should have gotten a bigger plate.
Frankenstein Ice Sculpture, very festive
The dessert table
And, sidenote- can you believe Thanksgiving is three weeks away? Three weeks! I'm not ready!