12:07 PM EDT, April 30, 2012
1) La Luna Ristorante
No meal ever feels so decadent, so luxurious or downright awesome as brunch. In addition to being one of the few socially acceptable contexts for day-drinking (outside of sporting events), brunch is generally a conglomeration of rich foods of both the sweet and savory varieties. And La Luna has its visitors covered with its mammoth brunch buffet.
For $21.95 per person, customers at La Luna can choose from a carving station, an omelet station, a waffle station and a breakfast station – and that's in addition to its other buffet offerings, which include several kinds of smoked salmon. (Eggs Benedict devotees, don't fret: unlike so many others, this brunch buffet has you covered.) Customers also receive a complimentary bloody mary or mimosa with their meal. And, with such variety, brunch is always packed – and you'll need a reservation to get a table.
La Luna's excellence extends beyond the brunch buffet to a dinner menu that includes fresh pasta made on the premises and cooked to order, in a style that chef-owner Edgar Ortiz describes as “very New York.” And even though they've been in business for 15 years, La Luna is keeping up with the times: when customers are seated, they receive an iPad – with their menu on it.lalunact.com
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3) John Davenport's
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