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From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Creations will offer a gourmet Easter brunch, complete with a custom omelette station, carved spiced honey glazed ham and oregano and garlic infused Alberta striploin, maple rum cured Atlantic salmon and cold seafood. There will also be plenty of traditional breakfast items to dig into, including eggs Benedict, Belgian waffles, pancakes, French toast, hickory smoked bacon, salads, desserts, fruits, pastries and more.
Christmas Day brunch is buffet-style, with items such as cinnamon French toast, Belgian waffles, herb-crusted prime rib, Caesar salad, snow crab legs, peel-and-eat shrimp, butternut squash bisque beef tenderloin, stuffed sole and an omelette station. There will be a build-your-own-doughnut station for dessert, in addition to fresh fruit and other tasty treats. Brunch takes place from 10:30 a.m. till 2 p.m., and is $44.95 for adults, $37.95 for seniors and $21.95 for children ages six to 12.
This southside hotel offers a three-course meal for New Year’s Eve, taking place from 5 p.m. till 9 p.m. The first course is a choice between avocado crab salad or tomato and red pepper bisque; entrée options include sterling silver beef tenderloin with saffron butter sauce and garlic potato mash, sea bass with citrus olive caper sauce and wild rice pilaf, chicken supreme with butternut squash puree and lentil ragout or vegetable Napoleon with tomato basil sauce and pan-fried potatoes. To cap off your meal, choose between hazelnut praline roche or strawberry marscapone charlotte (if you can!).