RE: Hotel Brunches
My best buudy was the che over several beautiful of John Q's Holidomes. The did put out dandy spreans.
When I worked for Baby' Does at Mile Hi. I dont see how we made money. Ice carvings surrounded by Snap-n-Eats and iced shrimp. Carving station with either Prime Rib or a steamship, Log-O Lamb, Roast turkey and Smithefield hams. The Line was on the path so one stop was Eggs Benedict, omlettes, Eggs to order and crepes all made fresh. There was a pasta station, Fried chicken, A rottating cassarole(Veal with peppers, braised short ribs, chicken marsala-each week). Bacon, link sausage, home fries and hash browns, diferent sauces and 2 veggies(fresh) and scrambbled eggs. Commplementary champange and fresh juices and a dessert table. $16.95 in Denver back in "86. We ran 2 buffet lines and did $4-5K on a Bronco home game.
All the specialty restaurants,(Baby Does, Brittany Hill, Rusty Pelican, 94th Aero Squadron etc.) did big brunches but ours was the best.