I've never reviewed the brunch at a country club before. But seeing as people may want to know what they're getting if they're invited to this place, I might as well try...
Okay, so the room is massive. And the buffet is what most people go for. There is also waiter service, which is pretty attentive. The star of the buffet is the station where the chefs make your omelets and waffles. I did not try the waffle, but the omelet was good. And it's nice that they have the option for egg whites and Egg Beaters, for those that are into that sort of thing.
The rest of the hot food was steam table. I didn't much care for the sausage, and don't think I tried anything else. On one end is a table with a bunch of salads. It would have been nice if they had labels, because it was kind of interesting looking at them, and then trying. I don't know what was in the one with beets, but it was pretty good.
The other side had bagels, lox and smoked whitefish. I unfortunately thought that the fish was sub-par, and the bagles didn't do anything for me. Oh well.
You don't really go to these kinds of places for the ambience or decor, but neither were anything great. Unless you dig hanging out with old people. Or if you are an old people. And enjoy hanging out with your homies.