There's a new breakfast spot in Mandan and it's already become a much-requested family favorite: Harvest Brazilian Grill is now serving up one of the best Sunday Brunch Buffets in Bismarck-Mandan, ND.
Sweet + savory and so very yummy
Choose from more than 10 made-from-scratch hot food options including breakfast staples like bacon, pancakes, french toast, eggs, and cheesy hash-browns, or mouthwatering lunch items like citrus chicken, BBQ meatballs, and garlic beef. Plus, there are oodles of sweet pastries and desserts (don't miss the Spanish bread and flowering apples), all made by Harvest's Le Cordon Bleu-trained chef and culinary team. Bet you won't be able to fill just one plate!
Food selection varies each week.
Immaculate buffet, clean bathrooms, and smiling happy staff make for a dining experience the whole family can enjoy. The kids will love the bright, open atmosphere and the grown-ups will appreciate the high quality, delicious food. The vibe here is relaxed and family-friendly, perfect for gathering around the table for a hearty meal and great conversation. Two thumbs up for stress-free dining.
Mom tip: There's plenty of room for families and large groups, and Harvest has highchairs and kids cups (with lids!), too.
One-of-a-kind and located on Main Street in the heart of historic downtown Mandan, ND, the Harvest is proudly North Dakotan with local artwork on the walls and tons of character, right down to the creaky wood floors. Edgar Oliveira, Harvest Brazillian Grill's friendly owner is a familiar face of local business and he's making downtown Mandan so very trendy and tasty.
Mom tip: Free parking right on Main Street, or in the parking lot right across the street from Harvest.
Harvest Sunday Brunch:
Open from 10 am to 2 pm every Sunday through winter until May 2016.
$13.95 for adults
coffee or soda included
$7 for kids under 12
5 and under are free
Harvest Brazilian Grill is also open Tuesday through Saturday, from 5 pm to 9 pm as a traditional Southern Brazilian style steakhouse.
This post is sponsored by a grant from North Dakota Tourism. All opinions are my own.