Palm Beach

October 1, 2009

Sunday Brunch at The Breakers Palm Beach

 

Luxuriate in all that tantalizes, amazes and delights the senses at The Circle, home of The Breakers celebrated Sunday Brunch. An architectural and design gem, The Circle boasts fabulous ocean views and soaring 30-foot frescoed ceilings. Eight oval murals depict Renaissance landscapes, including the Villa Medici near Florence and the famous Tivoli Gardens, south of Rome.

Sunday Brunch at The Breakers is a Palm Beach tradition, a feast for all the senses, the sumptuous selections fill the room.  The magnificent buffet menu features the absolute finest quality ingredients and a variety of chef-attended stations to serve freshly prepared specialties that reflect the quality of a fine restaurant. Items include traditional breakfast favorites such as Belgian waffles, Eggs Benedict, cereals, fresh baked breakfast pastries and muffins, breakfast sausages and potatoes, bacon, fresh fruit and a made-to-order omelet station. Sunday Brunch also offers a wide variety of fresh salads, imported cheeses, pates and baked breads. Another highlight of the sumptuous menu is a full raw bar that includes Alaskan king crab legs, shrimp, oysters and clams on the half shell, a sushi bar, a domestic caviar station with traditional accompaniments and a smoked fish display. Other numerous stations offer pasta, fresh fish, baby lamb chops, carved ham and beef tenderloin. For the sweet tooth in you, The Breakers’ very own Pastry Shop presents an extraordinary dessert display of delicious treats. A harpist also strolls from table to table to add to the grand, elegantly residential style setting.

This is not your typical Sunday Brunch so whether you are hosting a special occasion, a celebration or a rewarding treat for your friends and family, Sunday Brunch at The Breakers is an experience second to none. The food, the view, the room, the service, The Breakers. A journey to delight your soul, tantalize your tastebuds, and awaken the neo-classical within.

Reservations are recommended for Sunday Brunch. Call 1-888-BREAKERS (273-2537) to reserve your table. Sunday Brunch is from 11:00am-2:00pm. Brunch is $90 per person plus tax and service charge. Children ages 3-11 is $40 plus tax and service charge. Children under 3 are $14 plus tax and service charge. Dress: Resort casual attire. Bathing suits require cover-ups. Tank tops, torn jeans or cutoffs are not permitted. In addition, for Sunday Brunch, sweat suits, tank tops, t-shirts, and hats are not permitted. Dress shorts are acceptable.

The Breakers
One South County Road
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
1-888-BREAKERS

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