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Father’s Day Brunch at Granite City

Posted on June 18, 2013 by under Family, Food and Drink.    

Here are some pictures from our Father’s Day brunch at Granite City.

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Grandma and David

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My Eggs Benedict with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

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Bloody Mary and Mimosa

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The Dessert Tray

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Granite City capitalized on Father’s Day by charging $2 more for their regular Sunday brunch which is usually $16.95 (had no idea it was that much). It would have been cheaper to go to Legends. LOL. Even Hereford House only charged $17.95 for their Sunday brunch on Father’s Day. We’ll know for next time.

Other than the price, the food was pretty good. Granite City offered several options, including salmon (which was good, but not as good as Newport Grill’s salmon). The only thing I missed was rice. I guess I could have gotten rice if I had some of their jambalaya, but mom said it was spicy. I enjoyed what I had though. And we had wonderful company.

The dad’s seemed to like their presents. We got Star Trek: Original Motion Picture Collection (Star Trek I, II, III, IV, V, VI + The Captain’s Summit Bonus Disc) [Blu-ray] for Brian’s dad because he really loves Star Trek. I had gotten it as one of Amazon’s gold box deals and got a heck of a deal on it. I love, love, love Amazon gold box deals! As for my dad, we never know what to get him so we settled on a Visa gift card.

For Brunch next year, Brian and I decided that we can save money by serving brunch at our house instead of going out to eat. We just have to remember not to throw a party the night before so the house isn’t a mess. LOL.

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