I'm planning a brunch for a group of 7 friends who are probably more used to your typical diner-ish brunch fare. Originally I'd planned for La Note in Berkeley, but they only take reservations for groups of 9+. So now I'm looking at either Plum or Camino, and would like to get your input on which would be better.
I've read great things here about the brunch at Plum (I've already eaten at Camino and enjoyed it) but am a little concerned about their minimalist menu. I'm worred that that some of my friends may not find anything they like on the menu. For those of you who've had brunch there, did you find that it was "open-minded" (for lack of a better word) enough to appeal to those who are used to more traditional brunch items?