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garryd451

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Houlihan's Brunch Wed, 03/23/05 2:45 PM (permalink)
I understand our local Houlihan's in Mishawaka Inidana is now serving Brunch on Sundays. Has anyone been to a Houlihan's that serve Brunch?
 
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    garryd451

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    RE: Houlihan's Brunch Tue, 05/17/05 12:42 AM (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by garryd451

    I understand our local Houlihan's in Mishawaka Inidana is now serving Brunch on Sundays. Has anyone been to a Houlihan's that serve Brunch?


    We finally had a Sunday, when we had time to go for the brunch, It was good.

    The Omlet bar, the ham and beef hand carved by the chef, the cinnamon french toast ,the grilled chicken breast and the fruit for the french toast and pancake all were very good.

    The grilled chicken Breast had some kind of rub on it and it was very very good, it fact, it was the first time, my almost 13 year old son, has eaten 3 Chicken breasts at one time.

    The desert bar had only danish, bagels, mini chocolate pudding cakes and mini cheese cakes, but the mini chocolate pudding cake and the mini cheese cakes were awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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      jerseygirl127

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      RE: Houlihan's Brunch Wed, 05/18/05 5:05 PM (permalink)
      been wondering about that myself when i saw that sign on the building-- was also wondering about the prices? heard it was a little 'salty'.. please let me know what the deal was-- cause it sounds like there was enough food available for a small army... :)

      thanks..
      ~~jerseygirl127~~
       
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        garryd451

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        RE: Houlihan's Brunch Wed, 05/18/05 6:28 PM (permalink)
        quote:
        Originally posted by jerseygirl127

        been wondering about that myself when i saw that sign on the building-- was also wondering about the prices? heard it was a little 'salty'.. please let me know what the deal was-- cause it sounds like there was enough food available for a small army... :)

        thanks..
        ~~jerseygirl127~~



        My wife took me for my Birthday, so I didn't pay, but I saw what the total Bill was $55.00. That was for 4 adult brunches and 2 coffee, my sons, drank water. So figure it most be between $12.50 and $13.00 a person before drinks and taxes.

        I do know it is a little cheaper, than Tippacanoe Place and we like the food better!
         
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          jerseygirl127

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          RE: Houlihan's Brunch Thu, 05/19/05 8:48 PM (permalink)
          YIKES.. that's a bit much for me at this point.....
          maybe when i hit the hoosier million!!! hahaha
          thanks :)
           
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            garryd451

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            RE: Houlihan's Brunch Thu, 05/19/05 8:56 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by jerseygirl127

            YIKES.. that's a bit much for me at this point.....
            maybe when i hit the hoosier million!!! hahaha
            thanks :)



            I don't know of any brunch in the area that is cheaper. But the breakfast bar at Ponderosa is $5.95. That Breakfast Bar is good, in fact, I would say it is better than the breakfast bars that Azar's and shoney's used to have, when they had locations in South Bend.

            And the bar comes with an made to order, omlet bar and waffles are
            made right at the bar too. The $5.95 includes Orange Juice which is on the cold barm but it does not include other beverages, they are extra.
             
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              garryd451

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              RE: Houlihan's Brunch Thu, 05/19/05 8:58 PM (permalink)
              quote:
              Originally posted by garryd451

              quote:
              Originally posted by jerseygirl127

              YIKES.. that's a bit much for me at this point.....
              maybe when i hit the hoosier million!!! hahaha
              thanks :)



              I don't know of any brunch in the area that is cheaper. But the breakfast bar at Ponderosa is $5.95. That Breakfast Bar is good, in fact, I would say it is better than the breakfast bars that Azar's and shoney's used to have, when they had locations in South Bend.

              And the bar comes with an made to order, omlet bar and waffles are
              made right at the bar too. The $5.95 includes Orange Juice which is on the cold bar, but it does not include other beverages, they are extra.
               
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