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Feb 25, 2013 06:35 AM

Seminole Inn Indiantown

A large group of bikers we set off for this hotel/restaurant which is about an hour north of Boca. It's really in the middle of nowhere but Sunday is brunch day so it was a nice ride up there.

The is a great brunch in a charming building. It's $21 per person so you'd better be starving. Omelet station, salad bar, carvery, fried chicken, mashed potatoes and all the fixings, and a peach apple cobbler. Soft drinks, tip and tax all included. I'd suggest going for 11.30 because roast beef at 10am is not really breakfast food and they don't encourage lingering. Reservation required I'd say but you could chance it.

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  1. I've been there before two or three times and it's a wonderful drive and a fantastic little buffet.....I happened to think their fried chicken was amongst the very best that I've eaten....(every bit as good as my wife and mother-in-law's...both from Georgia).....If you're going with a large group reservations is a great idea....But if it's just two or'll be fine....They have an interesting art gallery upstairs too.....

    Ft. Pierce, FL

    1. This is not far from me (PBG) and sounds interesting.

      1. I think you would enjoy that place FD......Especially when the weather is still cool.....Nice drive with the top

        Check it out, FD!.....You may want to venture up to Ft. Pierce some time....Hear there's a neat roadside BBQ place.....

        Ft. Pierce, FL

        1. The buffet at Seminole Inn has been going strong for at least 35 years that I can attest. My wife and I were married there 25 years ago on February 14. The next morning, I had probably THE finest steak and egg breakfast of my life.

          If you drive by there on a Sunday afternoon, there's usually at least a dozen folks sitting in a swoon on the porch with their pants undone. The roast beef is good, but the fried chicken, fried speck and homemade pies (especially peanut butter cream) are just silly good. Mashed taters and real chicken gravy, tall biscuits with honey, okra and tomatoes, she-crab soup, green beans--the menu has never varied (except maybe for the omelet station, don't remember that). I hope it never does.