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    Default Best Weekend Brunch Buffet?

    Anyone wanna give recommendations for weekend brunch buffets? I've only gone to the Deerfoot Inn Casino and it was good but not enough fruit! I like good breakfast items with alot of fruit

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    well, i would strongly suggest that you avoid smuggler's inn. that place sucks balls.

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    Mother Tuckers by Whiskey is pretty good.

    Fairmont Paliser is supposed to be good, but expensive.

    Banff Springs brunch, is still the best I think. Worth the drive and the price.

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    Originally posted by DonJuan
    Banff Springs brunch, is still the best I think. Worth the drive and the price.
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    Executive Royal Inn on Barlow (NE).

    Lots of fruit, typical breakfast items, omelettes and crepes to order, any fruit juice you want or tea (including guava juice) plus lunch items and seafood. Sometimes there is a chocolate fountain.

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    Originally posted by bignerd
    Executive Royal Inn on Barlow (NE).

    Lots of fruit, typical breakfast items, omelettes and crepes to order, any fruit juice you want or tea (including guava juice) plus lunch items and seafood. Sometimes there is a chocolate fountain.
    HUGE +1
    Best buffet I've had in Calgary.

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    +2 for the royal inn... awesome buffet ive never eaten so much before in my life

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    How much is the brunch buffet at Executive Royal Inn?

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    Originally posted by Speed_69
    How much is the brunch buffet at Executive Royal Inn?
    $20

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    The buffet at the Greenwood up barlow a bit is good as well and a little cheaper than the Royal (although it has been awhile). More hot/lunchy items and seafood...can't remember if Royal makes Belgian waffles but the ones at the GW are pretty great! Omelets as well, no stir-fry though.
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    the hotel which kings head pub is in on mcleod there.
    20 dollar brunch, awesome.

    including a table of fruit with a chocolate fountain.
    bbbbbbuuuuuuUUURRRR

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    i like nick's by crowchild

    i like smugglers too but i havent been since i stopped working there 5 years ago, i heard its not that good anymore?

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    I worked there about 5 years ago aswell! The brunch was really good then.......


    Originally posted by nonlinear
    well, i would strongly suggest that you avoid smuggler's inn. that place sucks balls.
    +1

    it use to be awesome a few years ago. now it sucks big time...not the same.

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    The Glenmore Inn used to be good but man did it go down hill .
    that was last year.

    The Royal Executive used to be way better ,still good but
    not great.(they are starting to skimp on alot of things)

    Banff Springs is a hit and miss but it does depend on the season.

    We do brunches every Sunday and in Calgary rite now,you'll
    see me at the Royal. 8 out of 10
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    http://www.calgarysun.com/cgi-bin/pu...rticles&s=dine

    I have heard from a few community people that the Wedding Pavillion is really nice. I found a Calgary sun review....sounds good. Has anyone been?

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    I stopped going to smugglers about 2 summers ago for bfast brunch, something just went downhill with that place.

    no one mentioned carriage house?, i'll go to that or redwater across the street about once every 2 months for bfast brunch then sit in my car and fall asleep lol

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    Do they take reservations at the executive royal inn for sunday brunch?

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    Originally posted by n1zm0
    I stopped going to smugglers about 2 summers ago for bfast brunch, something just went downhill with that place.

    no one mentioned carriage house?, i'll go to that or redwater across the street about once every 2 months for bfast brunch then sit in my car and fall asleep lol
    thats the name, i just mentioned the one on mcleod which is situated in the hotel which kings head pub is located, by far one of the best brunchs i have had.
    bbbbbbuuuuuuUUURRRR

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    how much does the banff springs one cost anyway?

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    Originally posted by Speed_69
    Do they take reservations at the executive royal inn for sunday brunch?
    As far as I know. Also need to book far in advance if it is something like mothers day or valentines day, Easter etc...

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