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Monday, June 11, 2007
Sunday's Food Coma

So I finally checked out the much ballyhooed Georgia Brown's brunch Sunday morning and I have to admit, it wasn't as good as all the hype that led up to it. I mean, first off, the service was pretty abysmal. Our waiter barely visited our table and took forever to deliver a side of ketchup to the table. In fact, it nearly took ten minutes for our server to deliver said condiment. If anything, the service should've been ten times more attentive since the wait staff isn't going back and forth from the kitchen scrambling food orders. Believe me, I know. I used to be a waiter not too long ago, and buffets were the easiest days to work since you're essentially bored to tears. The dude barely followed up with us during our entire meal and we essentially had to track the guy down in order to get our check.

The food itself wasn't bad, especially the biscuit battered French toast with almond syrup, but there wasn't anything worthwhile that set it apart from your typical brunch buffet. OK, so the chocolate fountain fondue station was pretty awesome, but how could Georgia Brown's not serve their ridiculously good biscuits? Then again, you kind of have to forget that you also receive a dinner entrée to-go after brunch, so that more than makes up for it. Still, I don't think I'll be doing their brunch again anytime soon. Now Filomena, there's a brunch. If you can ignore out the fact that a) it's in Georgetown and b) the Georgetown/GW chatty girl demograhpic (on the other hand, it makes for entertaining people watching), then it's pretty spectacular.

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