Citrus at the Grand Pool Deck Citrus at the Grand Pool Deck
Restaurant @ Downtown Grand
"Samantha Wheeler"
I went here with one other person on a Saturday around 11 AM. The restaurant was pretty easy to find after entering the casino. We didn't have a reservation but they were able to seat the people in line pretty quickly. There's live music playing during brunch which was really nice. The theme of the restaurant is very Americana, which makes sense given the name. My friend and I both got the bottomless mimosas ($10 each) and bottomless brunch ($20 each). They serve the mimosas to you rather than leaving carafes. The all you can eat comes with a skillet of monkey bread, which was delicious, and a plate of fruit. The fruot was okay except the pineapple wasn't ripe. The brunch dishes are all small plates, kind of like tapas. I had the French Toast, which looked like it was baked in a ramekin. The bread stuck in places and was hard to scoop out, but it was still good. I also had the Crispy Chicken Biscuit. It was plain, but a nice change from how sugary the French Toast was. It was made with dark meat and didn't have enough of the coleslaw dressing. My friend really enjoyed the Biscuits & Gravy, but found the waffle in the Chicken & Waffles to be too hard. We still had a great time, but we'll skip the all you can eat brunch and get regular entrees next time.