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Sunday Brunch Buffet at The Park (Domain)

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Pmd669 Apr 7, 2013 03:25 PM

Thoughts? If no, where else has a good Sunday Brunch Buffett. I tried Fonda San Miguel today and feel like I wasted $100.

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    ksfoodiewannabe Apr 10, 2013 07:15 AM

    I agree with Green Pastures, my favorite brunch in Austin. If you're looking for something cheaper one of our other favorites is Jack Allen's Kitchen. It is 15.99 per person, everything is fresh and tastes amazing.

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      slowcoooked Apr 10, 2013 07:29 AM

      oooh, I forgot J. Allen's. We love that place. That's our go to brunch when we don't have a c-note to spend. The new one in round rock is more convenient to our location and is just as good as the one south.

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        amysuehere Apr 10, 2013 09:06 AM

        Tried to go to JA's a couple of weeks ago for brunch. Arrived at 11:15 and there was already a 40 minute wait with the buffet line wrapping around the main dining room.

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          missmitzi Apr 10, 2013 09:26 AM

          You can get reservations for JA's on their facebook page, even for the Sunday brunch. Guess that doesn't help too much with the line wrapping around the dining room...but it's a start! This is for the Round Rock location.Not sure about the south location.

      2. slowcoooked Apr 10, 2013 05:39 AM

        I think the best sunday brunch options in Austin are Trio at the four seasons and Green Pastures. Nothing near the domain comes close. Trio with tip will set you back 125 for two, GP a bit less. The jumbo shrimp cocktail and bourbon bread pudding at GP alone nearly justify the price. Peacocks roaming around some lovely grounds too.

        1. amykragan Apr 7, 2013 07:31 PM

          The Park is WAY cheaper. I think $15 for a
          huge selection or the full menu as well. 5 different flavors of mimosas (I love the basil pineapple). But it gets full quickly with a hipster crowd. So get there early or be ready to wait,

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