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Sunday Smorgasbord: A veritable buffet of intriguing brunch choices awaits
By Bryan A. Hollerbach
For area residents in search of a Sunday bonanza, Grappa Grill, with a spread both extensive and comparatively inexpensive, rewards a visit. A chef staffing a combined omelet and prime-rib station greets patrons to the brunch there. Bracketed by succulent sliced fruit and assorted pastries at one end and such dishes as fried shrimp, deep-fried frog’s legs and mac and cheese at the other, Grappa Grill’s brunch centers on hearty, stick-to-the-ribs fare that should please any traditionalist. A plate or two of such fare, in fact, can make inclement weather far less woeful: Cheddar-topped eggs like granny used to scramble, flavorful link sausages, bacon fried to a precise degree of crispness and – the pièce de résistance – biscuits just waiting to be ladled with country gravy. In clement weather, meanwhile, brunchers can view the hurly-burly of First Capitol Drive from the spacious patio while sipping a complimentary Mimosa or glass of Champagne.
ECLECTIC EATS! EVERY SUNDAY
Everything you love for only $16.99 Sunday Brunch runs from 10am - 2pm
MUST BE 21 years or older to enjoy alcoholic beverages.