Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Water Works marking anniversary with a $7 brunch

The Water Works Restaurant on Kelly Drive will mark its seventh anniversary Sunday, July 21 by offering its brunch for $7.

Water Works marking anniversary with a $7 brunch

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View from the terrace at the Water Works restaurant.
View from the terrace at the Water Works restaurant. DAVID M WARREN / Staff Photographer

The Water Works Restaurant on Kelly Drive will mark its seventh anniversary Sunday, July 21 by offering its brunch for $7. (That's this Sunday only.)

The feast -  a carving station with slow-roasted prime rib and mustard-glazed ham; made to order omelets; Belgian waffles; French toast, made-to-order crepes; shrimp cocktail, mussels and smoked salmon among a selection of fish, chicken and pasta dishes along with pastries and desserts - is regularly priced at $40 for adults and $17.50 for children 12 and under. (A mimosa is included, though not for the kids.)

It runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and seating will be limited. Reservate via web waterworksrestaurant.com or by phone, 215-236-9000.

UPDATE: As of Monday morning, the brunch is completely sold out.

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