For Easter they offered a brunch buffet complete with mimosas and made to order omelets. When we arrived what we found was a quaint, unique restaurant with outdoor seating overlooking a lake. It was perfect. We chose a table on the main level – there is a lower level too with additional seating.
After being greeted by one of the servers and offered mimosas that came with our brunch, she gave us each an “omelet form” to complete so the chefs could begin working on them. This was perfect! We didn’t have to stand and wait for our omelets to be made. The omelet station is the first place I head at a brunch buffet and now I could have it being made for me while we started through the buffet of goodies.
Pier 54 offered waffles, bacon, sausage, potatoes, salads, pastries, muffins, cakes, cookies, juices, coffee – wow, there was a lot! The entire family dug in and enjoyed tasting a little of everything on the buffet. Our custom made omelets were delivered directly to our table and they were made to perfection. At $19.95 for adults and $12.95 for 10 and under kids, this was a great find for Easter brunch.
This is one place where I’d like to go back and try their lunch or dinner menu. They offer salads, sandwiches, pizzas, burgers – lots to meet everyone’s needs. On Friday and Saturday nights you can enjoy live music while you dine and enjoy the ambiance of sitting lakeside.
You can find out more about Pier 54 by visiting their website at www.pier54az.com. I hope you’ll head to Tempe to check it out and when you do – tell them The Bubbly Hostess sent you!