Peter Cottontail is hopping his way down the bunny trail to The Woodlands Resort for Easter Sunday Brunch. Guests will enjoy a bevy of buffet offerings, a bit of bubbly, live music entertainment in the Glass and a special visit from the Easter bunny.
The Woodlands Resort’s Easter Champagne Brunch will be served on Sunday, April 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in The Glass and The Woodlands Dining Room. Prices are $67 per adult, $35 for children 6-12, $27 for children 2-5, and no cost for children under 2; pricing excludes tax and gratuity.
The Resort’s culinary team has created an elaborate brunch menu for the event, which includes a made-to-order omelet station, a Belgian waffle and pancake bar, and a carving station with a variety of roasted meats.
Guests will also enjoy traditional breakfast items, seasonal salads, hot entrees, an antipasto display and an array of heavenly desserts.
Reservations are required and may be made by calling (281) 364-6292.
Robard’s is an upscale, classic American steakhouse offering an extensive menu of USDA prime grade, hand-selected beef, seafood and chef-inspired specials. Located inside the grounds of The Woodlands Resort, Robard’s features an in-house butchery and smokehouse, a fresh seafood bar, a 1,100 bottle glassed in wine cellar, 20’ vaulted ceilings and two private dining rooms. Awash in lux details, the interior boasts a jazz-era style with art-deco details and expansive views of the green. Robard’s menu is marked by redefined American classics, dry-aged steaks from an in-house butchery, made from scratch breads and pastries, and handcrafted artisan cocktails with a focus on Texas spirits and craft beers.