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OSV - Easter Brunch

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I see many posts on this board around Easter time inquiring about Brunch locations so I thought I would post my review.

My family went to the OSV Easter brunch yesterday. We have been to there brunch about 5 times over the last few years. This was our first Easter brunch there and it was the best we went too. Comparing the Easter brunch to their normal brunch, besides the increase cost (Easter brunch for adults was $29.95 and kids under 12 are $9.95 - normal Sunday brunch is $19.95 and adult and kids under 12 are free) the items I noticed added where lamb at the carving stations and shrimp at the salad table.

Everything was absolutely amazing. The turkey at the caring station is the best I have ever had. They always have 3-4 different salads and all where very good. The breakfast food is always good. The kids love getting messy at the chocolate fountate.

All 6 of us left very happy. We had 1:15 reservations and we stayed until 4. They let us hang out and talk and drink coffee afterwards. The manager stopped by to ask how everything was.

I would recommend this brunch , on any Sunday or holidays to everyone.

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  1. What does OSV stand for and where is this place?

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    1. re: ctfoodguy

      It does stand for Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge ma

      www.osv.org

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      1. I think he means Old Sturbridge Village in Sturbridge, Mass.