The votes are in and readers have spoken: is your favorite spot in Plymouth and Canton for Easter brunch, winning our contest.
Based on our scoring system (see PDF), Fox Hills earned 10 points by winning our poll with 54 percent of the vote, while came in second place with 8 points with 15 percent.
Fox Hills Banquet Center's reservation-only Easter brunch at the Golden Fox, which runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, is so popular in the area it has sold out.
Julia Grelak, director of sales and marketing at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet Center, said Fox Hills' Easter bunch has been an annual staple for many in the area, and its weekly brunches also are a hit with local diners.
"It is widely popular," she said. "We actually won awards with Michigan Living Magazine and AAA Magazine and won a bunch of awards over the years."
The banquet center earned yet another award today as a Patch Readers' Choice winner.
"I just spoke with the owner (Sandy Mily) and she's just ecstatic," Grelak said. "We're a fixture in the Plymouth community, we're very honored to win the award. We're very pleased that the Plymouth community picked us to win it."
Fox Hills offers an expansive menu for its Easter brunch.
"We have an array of food," Grelak said. "Anything you can imagine for breakfast and lunch."
Among the hits, Grelak said, are omelet and waffle stations, a dessert buffet, a carving stations with ham, turkey and beef with fresh fruit and salads.
"People come back every year, they just love it," Grelak said. "They just rave about the quality of the food, the presentation of the food and the service."
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