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Blue Room Easter Brunch: What Would You Do? [moved from Boston board]

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Blue Room Easter Brunch: What Would You Do? [moved from Boston board]

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CambridgeFoodie | | Apr 8, 2007 03:27 PM

Like most people on this board, I love the Blue Room's Sunday Brunch. Yesterday, I called to see if they were having an Easter Brunch and sure enough they were. They mentioned the price was $30 (several dollars about their normal brunch price of $22 - $23). When I enquired if they were having anything special for Easter/the increased price, they said they were going to have premium items like ham, duck confit, rabbit etc.

Went to the brunch today - which was excellent as always. They did have a few extra dishes (e.g., rabbit, seafood medley, etc) - but no ham or duck confit. When I asked the cook if they had any ham in the back, he said it had not come in on the truck.

As I was leaving, the hostess/manager enquired how the meal was. I mentioned it was great but was disappointed about the ham and duck confit not being on the menu as they had promised less than 24 hour earlier. She just shrugged her shoulders

Here's my question - would you have been disappointed about the items not being on the brunch and if so, how would you have handled it?

Thanks!

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