If you think about it, no matter what the religious meaning is, any holiday can really be associated with food.
Take a look at these examples.
- Thanksgiving – Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and vegetables
- Christmas – Turkey, Christmas Ham, and warm apple pie
- Christmas Eve – a fancy, elegant meal – Prime rib, lobster, steak. A nice meal to end the year.
- Memorial Day and Labor Day – Hot dogs, hamburgers and traditional BBQ on the grill, the holidays that celebrate the unofficial beginning and end of Summer.
Don’t make that happen this year.
Just $27 for adults and $17 for children gets you a full array of outstanding food that will make all the other holiday food you consume this year take a back seat to this brunch.
A total of six food stations – Carving, omelet, dessert, breakfast bakery, children’s and salad – accompanies an awesome main buffet of Eggs Benedict, French Toast, sausage, bacon, salmon, tenderloin, vegetables and potatoes.
It’s a great Buffalo Easter brunch that will cater to the heartiest of appetites after sitting through a long Easter mass. Did we mention the Easter Bunny will be on hand greeting the young ones, too?
It’s a meal worth waiting for, and one that’ll rank right up there with some of the best holiday meals of all time. This brunch might make your family start a new Sunday Easter tradition, and answer the question of “What’s your favorite holiday meal?”
It’s Easter Sunday brunch at Salvatore’s.
Please call 716-683-7990 for reservations as tables are filling up quick.