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question about Ritz Carlton Tyson's brunch

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zelda68 Jan 16, 2009 07:40 AM

Is it the same type of brunch at Ritz Carlton Pentagon City -- champagne and caviar? Thanks.

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    DC Taco RE: zelda68 Jan 16, 2009 07:34 PM

    I have never been to the Ritz Carlton Pentagon City brunch, but my family has been to the Ritz Tyson's brunch several times. It is one of our faves. It is a buffet setting (although there my be a la carte options). There is a caviar station with fresh blini, etc. There are usually a few types of caviar; a black caviar, salmon and gold. They also have champagne.

    There is an omelet station with lobster among the options. There is also a great selection of cheese, meats, and seafood. The desserts are amazing. There are several dramatic options, but the house made ice cream and cookies are where I spend my calories.

    The buffet is set up in the kitchen, which is kind of cool to walk through, especially if you ate there when it Maestro was open (RIP). Ask for a table by the window and on a clear day you may be able to see the National Cathedral.

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