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Sunday Brunch

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"Sunday Brunch"

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Deborah:

My husband and I love Johnny's ptown at Camelback and Central (NE corner). The food is very good and they have live soft jazz.

Utopia Mom:

Took someone to brunch at the Cafe on the Lake Sunday and found it to be
excellent. Food, service, strolling guitar player made for a great birthday
brunch. Check it out. Cafe on the Lake, Holiday Inn, Indian Bend Rd.

RGSG says:

Copeland's of New Orleans at I10 & Ray Rd., in Chandler, has a delicious
Sunday Jazz Brunch. The Renaissance Trio adds to the New Orleans
experience. Live music starts at 10:00 am and plays until 2:00. The
food is a must try.

Sandy Giller says:

Marie Calendars offers a very nice Sunday Brunch for a very
inexpensive price. It is only $9.95 per person. We have
taken quite a few friends to the brunch and they are
surprised at what they get for that price. We have recently
moved here from Boston and so far it is the only Sunday
Brunch we have found. The food is outstanding.

Micheal Winer says:

Scottsdale Conference Center and the Phoenician are always on the "best
brunch" list. We would encourage you try the Golden Swan at the Hyatt at
Gainey Ranch. The buffet is set up in the kitchen and the atmosphere is
wonderful. We suggest patio seating if weather permits.

BayouKB says:

Yes, I'd have to second the Scottsdale Conference Resort choice as the #1 spot.

For those in the East Valley the Mesa Hilton isn't too bad.

David Stoller says:

My first choice would be the Hyatt downtown in the Compass restaurant for brunch before a matinee play at Herberger or Orpheum.

I know the Scottsdale Conference Resort also puts on a heck of a brunch.

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