Again, not a buffet; and bag tea. But, on the other hand, the breakfast was served in the restaurant where John Jay, John Adams and Benjamin Franklin celebrated the ratification of the Treaty of Paris in 1783. The scrambled eggs were good and the choice of tea bags was ample. My companions liked the frittata and okayed the buttermilk pancakes, but the Eggs Benedict were plain. They also felt that it was somewhat expensive. So, nothing special, but still a 5/10.