Oh the problems one faces when planning a wedding from over 1000 miles away. I really thought by having the wedding at my FIL's lake cottage that I wouldn't have such a hard time getting ideas/opinions on vendors such as hair stylists, florists and food since they basically live in this town 3-4 months each year. But I guess how often does one use a florist and for things like hair/nails they go back to their home town for. But that leaves me in a rather tough spot for figuring things out which is why I keep coming to you wonderful ladies for recommendations!
This round is a place for brunch in or near Keuka Lake, Penn Yan or Canadaigua. As my family is all coming from out of town, a few of his are and our flight for the honeymoon isn't until late on Sunday, my parents would like to host a brunch Sunday morning. The problem is I can't seem to get any recommendations from the FIL and the few places in the area that have websites don't include information right now as they are closed for the season. I guess I could just wait until May or so when they start opening to figure this out but I would at least like to narrow down a short list of potential places. Sometimes I'm too much of a planner for my own good. So does anyone know of a good place for breakfast/brunch. We don't want super upscale (I think Esperanza might be a bit too formal) and we wouldn't mind a dinner like place but we'd need somewhere the can accomodate 15 or so people.
Thanks for all your help