The spritzes make the bottomless option quite worthwhile; mimosas are on offer, as well, but when $28 lets you pick among four (we endorse the pomegranate, but you can't go wrong) sizable options, you won't need to reach for the ol' OJ standby.
The menu has some reminders you're dining in a hotel restaurant — the granola and overnight oats starter prices exceed some entrees we've seen — but the main courses are well worth the price of admission, with some appreciated spins on classic brunch offerings.
Our server both kept things going beyond the stated 90-minute limit and gave us a last call option before even that extension was exhausted, and spared no effort in locating the last baked goods from their breakfast offerings.
The outdoor patio was shockingly underutilized (as in, only our group utilized it) given the tree cover and bustling intersection view, even if a bit of fence-hopping was required to join our table without walking through the St. Gregory Hotel lobby and entire restaurant interior.
Classic brunch items are on offer and quite generously portioned, but if you're into beach-adjacent animals, we'd endorse switching over to the main menu
It's the Wharf, so you've got the obligatory view of the water from a nice perch, although for all the visual razzle-dazzle they seem to have neglected some more fundamental items, like comfortable chairs.
We're like the postmen. We brunch in rain, sleet, or snow
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