Brambles Easter Brunch

Reservations Only, Seating’s at 9:30, 11:30 and 1:30 on Sunday March 31st

( the 11:30 seating is sold out )

Muffins, Scones and Toast

Whipped Butter and Strawberry-Apple Jam

Fresh Fruits and Berries

Spiced Oatmeal

Sundried Fruits, Milk and Brown Sugar

Scrambled Eggs with Four Cheeses

Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes

Caramelized Onions and Brambles Ketchup

Rashers of Bacon

Ricotta Pancakes

Strawberry-Mango Sauce and Chantilly Cream

Shrimp and Egg Benedict

Spinach and Béarnaise Sauce

Savory Ham and Roasted Pepper Bread Pudding

Thyme-Gruyere Cheese Sauce

Moroccan Chorizo and Chickpea Stew

Pulled Pork Enchiladas

Fresh Tomato Salsa, Jalapeño Cheese and Sour Cream

Artisan Greens with Citrus Herb Vinaigrette or Dill-Yogurt Dressing

Mushroom and Goat Cheese Salad

Fresh Tomato-Basil Salad

Local and Imported Cheeses

Chef’s Choice Desserts

Kids to 12 years  $10              Seniors 65 plus  $17                Adults  $21

Brambles Easter Brunch

Reservations Only, Seating’s at 9:30, 11:30 and 1:30 on Sunday March 31st

Muffins, Scones and Toast

Whipped Butter and Strawberry-Apple Jam

Fresh Fruits and Berries

Spiced Oatmeal

Sundried Fruits, Milk and Brown Sugar

Scrambled Eggs with Four Cheeses

Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes

Caramelized Onions and Brambles Ketchup

Rashers of Bacon

Ricotta Pancakes

Strawberry-Mango Sauce and Chantilly Cream

Shrimp and Egg Benedict

Spinach and Béarnaise Sauce

Savory Ham and Roasted Pepper Bread Pudding

Thyme-Gruyere Cheese Sauce

Moroccan Chorizo and Chickpea Stew

Pulled Pork Enchiladas

Fresh Tomato Salsa, Jalapeño Cheese and Sour Cream

Artisan Greens with Citrus Herb Vinaigrette or Dill-Yogurt Dressing

Mushroom and Goat Cheese Salad

Fresh Tomato-Basil Salad

Local and Imported Cheeses

Chef’s Choice Desserts

Kids to 12 years  $10              Seniors 65 plus  $17                Adults  $21

St. Patrick’s Day

Most of you likely assume that March 17th is just a holiday to finally pull all that is green from your closets, drink Irish beer and parade through the streets listening to “The Fields of Athenry” by a local pipe band. And, I, like most of you had the same view on St. Patty’s day, but as a redhead with an Irish heritage and a bagpipe playing mother, I guess it was about time that I learned. So, let me educate you. Did you know, St.Patrick was not actually born on the Emerald Isle? He was born in Britain and kidnapped by Irish raiders at the age of 16. During his six years in captivity he converted to Christianity. Once he returned to Britain he couldn’t get the people of Ireland off of his mind, therefore he returned to Ireland as a Christian missionary. St Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit) and people decided to wear a clover on their lapels to express their Irish Christian Pride, this later lead to people wearing outfits of green to celebrate the Saint who died on March 17, 461.

The tradition of St Patrick’s Day parades actually began in the U.S. Hundreds of thousands of Irish immigrants were headed to major cities in the U.S. like New York City.  The first parade took place in 1762  and has now grown to over 200,000 participants, making this the largest and longest parade!

Whatever your reason to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day this year, and I promise not to judge if it’s the beer drinking, kilt wearing celebration! We hope to see you, donned in your finest Irish greens for;
Traditional Irish Lamb Stew and Guinness Meat Pies and for dessert; Bailey’s Chocolate Torte or Apple Whiskey Crumble.

Acacia