An Easter Brunch to Remember
What is Easter without a luxurious brunch? Restaurants, hotels, clubs and other event venues will be offering a brunch on Easter Sunday.
When done correctly it can be a very profitable opportunity for businesses. The competition is fierce. What will you do to stand out from the rest? We’ve put together some tips that will make a memorable experience for guests and may keep them coming back year after year.
Provide stations with a variety of ingredients and toppings to cater to guests’ specific tastes. Some customer favorites are:
Meat carving station, have it sliced just the way they like it.Fresh pasta station with a selection of noodles, sauces, and ingredients.Omelet station with healthy options, including egg whites and veggies.Waffle and pancake station with fun and indulgent toppings to choose from.Use Hoffmaster® table covers and table skirts to dress up your stations for an elegant touch.
Appeal to the whole family by having a little something for everyone.
Sunday morning cocktails, like Bloody Mary’s and mimosas for adults, plus fun non-alcoholic beverages for kids and non-drinkers will enhance the celebratory mood.Spoil the refined palette of certain guests with some diverse menu items, while still offering the traditional comfort food that is enjoyed by all ages. It’s Easter, so don’t forget the bunnies* and the chocolate eggs. Accent tables and empty spaces with an assortment of goodies. Hand out small Easter baskets so everyone can take a few of these surprise treats home with them. *Each year, 90 million chocolate bunnies are produced in the United States just for Easter. In addition to that, there are 700 million peeps and 91.4 billion eggs.
Be sure to plan an attraction that will draw guests in.
Easter Bunny at a Chick-Fil-A Breakfast
A visit from the Easter Bunny with a photo opportunity may be just the thing. Easter egg hunts are usually a crowd pleaser, too. Be sure to schedule it at a special time and location as to not disrupt the meal.
Decorate with style.
It’s important to incorporate the theme of the holiday without getting too carried away. Too much color and/or clutter might overwhelm your guests. If you don’t know where to start, hire a consultant or call a Hoffmaster® representative. They will be able to guide you in the right direction and help you choose the right products for your big day! Here are a few suggestions to start with:
Napkins and napkin bandsTable covers, table skirts, and table accentsSeasonal Placemats and Combo Packs™Coloring book and activity placemats for kids with crayonsMini metallic cutlery for mini appetizers and dessertsSeasonal bake cups
Custom print products to send a special message and increase brand recognition
Follow these tips and hopefully your guests will enjoy their experience and share it with their friends and family. Chances are, if you host brunches for Thanksgiving or Mother’s Day, your guests will surely return for another day to remember.
We hope everyone has an enjoyable Easter!
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