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The Ranch at Las Colinas debuts its first annual all-you-can-eat Christmas buffet this Sunday


The Ranch at Las Colinas only opens for Sunday brunch a few times each year; so when they do, they do it big. New this year, the ranch is rolling out a Christmas holiday brunch on Sunday, December 22, that will wow you with unlimited portions of ho ho ho a few days before Santa arrives (though I hear he might be there to greet the kids).

The inaugural holiday feast runs from 10am to 3pm and will feature a variety of serving and carving stations. We’ll be there for the smoked-thenn-fried chicken, big salads, mounds of shrimp, slow-smoked prime rib and brisket, omelette station, chicken and waffles, Texas sausages, and crazy good desserts.

You’ll need a sturdy table, so ping the Ranch elves for reservations at (972) 506-7262.

Adults: $48.95 ++

Kids 9-13: $18.95 ++

Kids 5-8: $10.95 ++

Mesero
Haywire Plano
The Ranch Las Colinas

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