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Border Grill for Easter brunch, Solo

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by jenblase, Mar 26, 2016.

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  1. jenblase

    jenblase Low-Roller

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    I just booked a 10:30 reservation for myself for Easter at Border Grill Mandalay. I've always wanted to try BG and I figure the regular buffets will be crazy Easter morning, and I'm not crazy about traditional buffet breakfast food anyway, so I thought I'd give this a try. Can anyone tell me if there is bar seating for solo dining? Also, what are the standout items, and cocktails! :) Thanks!
     
  2. overcome1

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    Will you be at MB or Caesars? I've been to both and have pretty sure there is bar seating at both. Menus vary slightly from the two places but the wife and I love the brunch. I remember something with tiger shrimp that was fantastic but really, it's all you can eat small plates. Just order one of everything and then decide! Not a big drinker so can't speak to cocktails, but they usually have several seasonal specials.

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    Whoops, didn't catch MB in the first post. If the weather is nice, sitting outside would be my choice.
     
  3. spicole

    spicole Low-Roller

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    We were at MB last fall for 4 days. Brunch at Border Grill was the single best meal we had over the entire trip.

    Highlight dishes for me: shrimp & grits, spicy chicken tamales, sweet corn tamales, "steak & eggs".
    Drinks: Personally, I love the top shelf margaritas. They have bottomless mimosas on the menu.

    I also vote to sit outside.
     
  4. jenblase

    jenblase Low-Roller

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    Awesome, thanks. Looks like Easter brunch is $39.99 for unlimited small plates. I will definitely get my money's worth!
     
  5. spicole

    spicole Low-Roller

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    How was it? Worth it, or no?
     
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