ULC Logbook, Sunday Brunch, October 31st, 2021:
We started with 62 covers (slightly lower than recent weeks’ starting number, perhaps due to the Halloween holiday): with several parties of walk-in’s, and a same-day reservation for a party of 6, we finished with 80 covers.
We had two orders for takeout before noon: a smaller order for 2 croissants, and a larger order for 3 entrees.
The Daniel S. (party of 4, tbl. 1) and Dwight P. (party of 4, tbl. 34) reservations were originally for the patio: both parties were happy with their socially distant tables inside.
For BA’s, we were joined by Gary H. (solo, tbl. 8). Free dessert was not awarded, as no guests joined us costumed as Roger Sherman.
The Domingo A. family (party of 6, tbl. 30) received an amazingly descriptive, in-depth “history of the building” talk from R. I., which put me to shame. They “absolutely loved” their brunch and R. I’s hospitality, and said they would join us again soon. Bravo R. I.!
MVP of the day goes to Arthur, cleared tables, hold on the fort as usual !!!!
Although I cannot vouch for the previous entry, I will say that IMO Roger Sherman is the MVFF (most valuable founding father).
O. and P. M. called out — it would have been P. M.’s last day.
The sun returned after yesterday’s weather, accompanied by warmer temperatures, an occasional peak at blue sky, and most significantly, no rain!