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3 ratings2 reviews
August 5, 2014
Great alternative to the average Sunday Breakfast especially if you have a groupon which everyone who checked in when I did had. Don't expect the resurrection of Duke Ellington Live, but there will be pleasant jazz performed and for a buffet everything tasted fresh and delicious. Beware if you are in the mood for mimosas. They are 25 a carafe and that is just a bit high for cheap champagne and orange juice that will fill not too many flutes. Other than that - Great deal. You can always check on a corking fee as I am never afraid to do and bring my own bottle.
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About This Deal
Listening to jazz and drinking have become some of man's top recreational activities, just after contemplating infinity and napping in the fridge. Let smooth saxophones entertain you with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$20 for admission to the Sunday Jazz Brunch for two (a $40 value)
$40 for admission to the Sunday Jazz Brunch for four (a $80 value)
$60 for admission to the Sunday Jazz Brunch for six (a $120 value)
Red Cat musicians regale brunch-goers with live jazz as guests feast on items from the buffet, including hot entrees and fresh fruit. Brunches are held on Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Reservations required. Valid only for buffet. Additional fee for chef's specials. Beverages not included. Not valid with other offers.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Red Cat Jazz Cafe
The soothing sounds of the saxophone and the call of the trumpet fill the air inside the Red Cat Jazz Café. Several nights a week, artists such as Brian Best and Dean James play on the café's stage, which also hosts boisterous events including the Sunday Jazz Brunch. Open-mic nights let lesser-known acts make a splash, and happy hours and special events encourage artistic expression through words, mixed drinks, and opportunities to complain about coworkers in song.