Owned by celebrity chef Ralph Pagano, contemporary American restaurant overlooks racetrack at Gulfstream Park
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Eating brunch lets people enjoy their favorite breakfast foods without having to program an alarm clock or feed AA batteries to an apathetic rooster. Avoid early-morning chores with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $39 for an all-you-can eat brunch buffet for two (a $79.98 value)
- $75 for an all-you-can eat brunch buffet for four (a $159.96 value)<p>
Overlooking Gulfstream Park from the second floor of the clubhouse, Ten Palms at Gulfstream Park hosts its contemporary American brunch buffet from 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday.<p>
About Ten Palms at Gulfstream Park
Home of the $1,000,000 Florida Derby and the six-race Sunshine Millions series, the Gulfstream Park's track has hosted live thoroughbred races since 1939. Steeds charge around corners on the main track or the turf course as onlookers track the race from the comfort of the stands, a luxury suite, or a cloud rented from overlooking deities. Beyond concession-stand offerings, the facility invites visitors to grab more substantial fare from one of its onsite restaurants. In addition to the Asian-inspired menu at Christine Lee's, diners can visit Ten Palms at Gulfstream Park and sample the contemporary American fare of celebrity chef Ralph Pagano, a former competitor on Iron Chef America and host of Pressure Cook on the National Geographic Channel.
Outside of the racing facility, Gulfstream Park includes a casino with more than 850 slot machines, electric table games, and high-stakes poker tables spread across two floors. At the nearby The Village at Gulfstream Park, visitors can wander through boutique fashion and home-decor stores, including Next and Williams-Sonoma, while searching for the park's fabled hide-and-seek world champion.