We tried HH’s Easter brunch after hearing from friends it was good. The meal was $20.00 per per plus any be beverage. The food that was there was tasty and hot, however, the main courses consisted of a very medium to medium well prime rib that was sliced paper thin, what I suspect was a canned ham and some type of breaded fish.
The normal breakfast items eggs, bacon etc and a garden salad and pasta salad. The deserts were several types of bars and again limited choices.
As I wrote earlier, what was there was tasty but very limited for the $$$. We won’t do the HH brunch again.
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