Four of us went for brunch on a beautiful fall Sunday in New England. We arrived at our reservation time of 1 pm and were promptly seated and the waitstaff service was fine.
The menu had a lots of offerings for brunch, indeed a whole separate menu. Lots of breakfast/lunch items, many egg dishes along with interesting cocktails, beer, wine, appetizers and salads. The chips (made on premises and still warm when served) and salsa were excellent. All of us loved the home fries that came with our meals. One of us tried the special entree - Avocado Benedict; very good, basically the English muffin was replaced by sliced avocado.
Two in our party said they had been to The Painted Burro for dinner and loved it.
We will be happy to return.
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