Welcome to the Holiday Brunch

Welcome to Holiday Brunch 2014! This year we invite you to kick off the holiday season with food, friends, and pause to be thankful for all we have.

This year is dedicated to Tyler...he won't be helping this year as he has the last 15 years...and will be very much missed!


This Year's Menu
The menu this year remains true to some old favorites and we are going to play with the theme of the holidays. As many of you know, we carefully choose and prepare each dish from scratch.

Lavender Encrusted Grilled Lamb

Rosemary and Apple Grilled Pork

Grilled Prime Rib with Horseradish

Chilled Shrimp 

Scallops with Orange Caramel Sauce

Chicken Curry Empanadas with Cold Cucumber Yogurt

Caviar and Crème Fraîche Potatoes

Cherry Wood Smoked Bacon, Tomato 
and Chèvre Bruchetta

Assorted Fruit Pastries

Traditional Seven Layer Opera Cake


When to come and what to expect.
This is an all day event. Things get kicked off around noon and goes through the day. There will be live music later in the afternoon and early evening. Depending on the time of the day 40 to 80 people are in attendance.

We will be serving beer, wine and of course champaigne. There will be a bar area with staff to assist. We don't ask anything of our guests - this is our time of the year to do something for you. We usually have a fire on the patio if the weather permits.

Our History
It all started with a snowstorm in 1990. We had just moved to St. Louis from college and were preparing to head home for Thanksgiving. On Wednesday, a very large snowstorm changed our plans.

We remained in St. Louis, along with most of our friends. To lift everyone’s spirits, we decided to have a party for friends left in town on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.

What started as a small get together has now evolved into a tradition for our many friends and family. The party now brings together over 125 people during the day to celebrate the season.

Each year, we make new friends, catch up with old ones, and create new memories. We are very grateful to have this tradition and the support of our family and friends to keep this alive!

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