Apr 24, 2011 10:00 AM (Sunday)
Hilton Galveston Island Resort
5400 Seawall Boulevard
Hilton Galveston Island
5400 Seawall Blvd.
Head down to the Hilton Galveston Island for a sensational Easter brunch and enjoy relaxed, traditions of The Hilton and an assortment of options for young and old alike, Sunday, April 24, 2011.Fill your plate with an assortment of chef’s specialties featuring a carved steamship of beef with Rosemary au jus, baked glazed spiral ham, grilled salmon with dill cream sauce, chicken marsala and crisp chicken tenders. Sides include mashed potatoes baked pasta au gratin, farm fresh sauteed green beans, rice pilaf and spring vegetables. Accompany any selection with a tossed garden with all the accompaniments, Gulf shrimp remoulade, fresh spinach salad with raspberry vinaigrette and an “eggstra-ordinary” deviled egg presentation.“We look forward to Easter every year,” said Edwina Yoak, director of food and beverage. “It ushers in our best weather, best food and best guests.”Chef’s breakfast fare, beginning at 10 a.m., will include prepared-to-order omelets and waffles, cheese blintzes, golden French toast, hickory smoked bacon and sausage, scrambled eggs, morning potatoes, buttermilk biscuits and country gravy and seasonal fresh fruits and pastries. Enjoy it all with a $4 signature Bloody Mary and/or chilled mimosas.Reservations are encouraged 10a.m.-2p.m. Adults are $32.99, seniors (65 & over) are $23.99, children (4 - 12) are $9.99.
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