Interesting Brunch at Harvest Kitchen
Less than a couple of weeks since the Harvest Kitchen blog entry where we said we probably wouldn’t be back, we were actually back. We decided to have breakfast there after helping Jay and Becca set up their booth at the bridal show, which was held at the Hyatt.
The funny thing is that we ran into a bunch of Brian’s coworkers who were staying at the hotel for their National Sales Meeting. We ran into some people who were there for the Relay for Life “Fun Run” as well. At least I was in nice-ish Zumba clothes instead of my usual workout rags.
Now for the obligatory food pics…
Brian’s breakfast gumbo…
He gets this no matter where we are having breakfast. The omelet on the right in the photo that follows is my spinach, tomato and ham omelet with no cheese. I’ve never liked cheese in my omelets.
Their breakfast buffet was more expensive than the breakfast buffet at your local Courtyard Marriott, but I thought it was good. Not as much selection as the brunch at the Airport Hilton, though.
Believe it or not, Harvest Kitchen is actually growing on me. I like the quiet, cozy atmosphere. The servers are always so friendly and courteous also. The lady who served us tracked down some pineapple juice from the bar (it’s not on the breakfast menu; they had all sorts of juices on the list, but not pineapple) because that is what I wanted to drink. Brian loves pineapple juice also so, after he saw that I got one, he got one too.
Mango juice is really my favorite, but that’s a lot more difficult to track down. It’s not readily available at most places. I have better luck getting pineapple juice, even though that isn’t common either. Being able to get it with our breakfast the other day was a nice treat.
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