**** here’s what they said:
It’s hard to get a table at The Brunch Club. This hugely popular eatery is often chockfull of yuppie expats who think they’re in a Manhattan cafe in “Sex and the City.” The clean, simple and white-color décor and the little al-fresco area give off the impression that the little bistro only serves light fate – which is entirely wrong. The goat cheese crepes, while delicious, were pretty heavy. The same with the pasta dishes. But this is a great cozy place to hang out, relax, and read a magazine – just don’t go there during brunch hours; you’ll never get a seat.
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Thanks Angie, you definitely have the inside scoop on things and we love you too!
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We got another thumbs up from this very cool Pop Culture travel guide for globetrotters, business road dogs, and arm chair travelers called Jaunted.
Gosh, its always nice to know you are appreciated.
We always welcome feedback, good and bad, and will always try our best to ensure you experience what we feel when we welcome you to the “brunch club” : a happy, satisfied feeling that leaves you smiling…
thanks all, and keep them coming!
Hello Brunch Club!
I just came back from hosting my birthday at your lovely restaurant! You couldn’t have made the night better: the dinner main was delicious, the desserts to die for! There were ten guests and the ambience was still cozy and relaxing. Great music and lighting!
We will definitely be returning to sample the brunch menu!
I was especially touched by your generous gesture of a bouquet of flowers: they are brightening our home right now! Never has a restaurant staff provided such a sincere offering. I am very impressed: keep up the great work!
Thank you so much, and we hope to see you soon!