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Sunday Buffet Brunch...where?

Wanda2day May 11, 2010 06:51 PM

I am looking for a mid priced Sunday buffet brunch, as I will have my mother with me and she'll faint at the price tags at the Boulders and what assume the Biltmore chargers by now. Any idea of what's good and what folks are charging now for these bufet dealies? We just don't have this in Seattle and this is likely my last trip to Arizona, ever.

Let me know if anyone has some good ideas?

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    PaqpIn RE: Wanda2day May 12, 2010 06:00 PM

    One possibility is T Cook's at the Royal Palms. It will be about $30 per person or so.

    It is not nearly as lavish a spread, but you can do a la carte items and add the buffet which is nice - just not huge. It is a nice setting and might be a good compromise.

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      rdhargro RE: PaqpIn May 12, 2010 09:17 PM

      I agree T Cooks T Cooks T Cooks

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        Wanda2day RE: rdhargro May 27, 2010 10:05 AM

        T. Cooks was FABULOUS!!! Great pick. Small, but perfect. Scratch baked muffins, Alaska King Crab, it was all fabulous. And the ala carte dishes just wonderful. Truly a bargain.

    2. azhotdish RE: Wanda2day May 12, 2010 06:33 PM

      Not sure what part of town...and I haven't been to either, but I've heard good things about both Verona Chophouse and Wandering Horse Buffet.


      1. epicurina RE: Wanda2day May 14, 2010 03:44 PM

        Well, the Wrigley Mansion serves a traditional champagne brunch for $45—not sure if that tag is mid-priced. If memory serves, the spread is pretty lavish and the champagne flows freely. Also, the old manse itself is beautiful, as are the views.

        Wrigley Mansion Club
        2501 E Telewa Trl, Phoenix, AZ 85016

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          drewb123 RE: epicurina May 14, 2010 09:36 PM

          IMHO wrigley's is sooo not good! sorry.

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