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Thanksgiving dinner buffet was outstanding, decorations, service, food even better than last year. All drinks were included, wine, soda, classic alcoholic beverage, even valet was complimentary which was very nice didn't need your valet. Also want to point out the sea food, caviar was outstanding.
For our family, Easter brunch at the Breakers was a fantastic, once in a lifetime sort of experience. The brunch was delicious, gorgeous & the service was truly outstanding. It was a bit over $150 per person and none of us eat enough to really justify that for any brunch. Next year we will have a fun Easter brunch at the "Ocean Grill" instead.
Food was more like left overs from Thanksgiving. There where no food items on the buffet that justified the price of $140 per person, more like an ordinary Sunday Brunch for $30. There was no festive ambiance, Buffet decoration missed that it was supposed to be a Christmas Diner Buffet. Most decoration pieces on the buffet where left overs from previous Christmas parties and used before many times, and where wilted. Dress-code was poorly managed. The table next to us had children who had more food on the floor then on the table. Nobody made an effort to clean up. To ad automatically 22% gratuity to the bill is outrageous, considering that it is a buffet and we served the food ourself. I attended Easter Buffets, Thanksgiving Buffets, and Christmas Buffets before at the Breakers in the past 10 Years, but this year it was the worst and I,m not planing to come back to any of your Festive Events in the future.
The ballroom lacked any warmth. It was like dining in an airport hanger. The food and service were excellent, but the atmosphere ruined the event for me and my guests.
We had an excellent Christmas Dinner. Big selection of everything. Very pricey, but worth the special occassion. Service was excellent. We even received an Apple pie to take home.
It was Xmas Day, and the service was wonderful. The waiters took photos for us and were very cheery and attentive. The buffet was decorative and delicious. Our three generations enjoyed it all immensely .
I checked the noise level as high, but that's because they had a live band. I'm sure the ballroom dining venue is usually more sedate and quiet.
For a $125.00 per person plus a 22% tip included in the bill the quality and the selection of the food was greatly disappointing. I would never return there for a buffet.
Cold Eggs, burnt bacon, stale pastries all for the low low price of $425.
We were very disappointed at the venue for this brunch. We have had brunch at the Breakers many times ( never on a holiday) and were not aware that on holidays you can be seated in the Ponce De Leon Ballroom which is not the same experience. We would not have booked if we had been aware of the big difference in the holiday experience at the Breakers. When we arrived we were told of the other location. We were also told that the food selection would be the same but we checked this out upon leaving and it was not identical with the Ponce De Leon Ballroom offering less than the original room. This has always been a special brunch for us and we were quite disappointed. Service as always was wonderful. If they had been clear about the venue we would not have come. BEWARE if it says holiday event you likely will NOT get the real experience. I highly recommend for times other than holidays.
This was the most spectacular display of delishious brunch cuisine I have ever witnessed. The people watching and bottomless Mimosas were equally top notch.
The Breakers is a unique landmark hotel, beautiful vistas from every angle. The buffet overflow was in the Ponce de Leon ballroom. The tables were well stocked. We had a table close to the servings, convenient for refills. At $115 per person, the food was a let down. The King Crad was still frozen and was watery, some of the salads were tasteless. The shrimp and tenderloin were the highlights. My wife liked the ham. The desserts were plentiful, and diverse, but nothing to write home about. Disappointing.
Huge spread with anything anyone could ever want. The room decor was out of this world. Service was impeccable. It was expensive but totally worth it. A return to the Breakers is a must for us.