It doesn't matter what you did the night before — boozed it up until dawn or climbed into bed early. A Sunday brunch should be a soothing, relaxing experience. One of those grand casino buffets requires too many decisions (and too much walking around), and the fancier hotel buffet brunches can be too costly if all you really want is some uncomplicated variation on eggs and bacon. The tasteful off-the-menu brunch at Bluestem has all the standards — an excellent eggs Benedict, biscuits and gravy, French toast, corned-beef hash, eggs and bacon, and omelets — presented in a quiet, elegant manner. And the accommodating servers don't blink when patrons make special requests, like a half-order of the gorgeously crispy chicken livers (served atop a bowl of cheesy grits) or a stack of wheat toast in addition to the heaping pastry basket filled with fresh muffins and scones. The tables are cloaked in heavy white linens, the coffee is strong and hot, and customers can keep their dress casual. It's the perfect way to come back to life after a raucous — or quiet — weekend.