Niagara-on-the-Lake hotel offering up family friendly Easter brunch


Published March 30, 2023 at 3:16 pm

The Gate House at 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa is holding an Easter Sunday Brunch on April 9 that will entertain the whole family.

Want to have a fun and relaxing Easter Brunch with the family but bypass the cleaning up afterwards part?

The Gate House at 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa has you covered. On Easter Sunday (April 9), the Gate House has got something for the adults and children alike from 10 am to 2:30 pm.

The parents (and grandparents) can start the morning with Mimosas while smoothies and other treats will be on tap for the younger family members.

The hotel says the Easter Bunny will be hopping in to take the kids on an epic Easter Egg Hunt, as well as posing for pictures with them under a colourful balloon arch.

There will also be arts-and-craft stations and face-painting for the youngsters (as well as the adults, should they choose.)

There’s two separate menus for the brunch as Treadwell Cuisine has a three-course menu for the adults, featuring pan-seared Atlantic Salmon with sauteed spinach and roasted tomato butter, roast Ontario Beef Striploin with Yorkshire Pudding, horseradish and garlic Pommes Puree, as well as wish mushroom Omelettes with whipped Goat’s Cheese and Sourdough toast topped off with double smoked bacon pancakes with Colby’s mustard and preserved blackberries.

The Children’s Menu will have kid-tested treats like French Toast with maple syrup and chicken fingers and fries with plum sauce.

For dessert, guests can enjoy Carrot Cake with cream cheese icing and a Nutmeg ice cream, Chocolate Fondant with candied Ginger ice cream and Vanilla Creme Brulee with Almond Biscotti.

Tickets are $45 for adults and $22.50 for children 12 and under. Due to limited availability, it is suggested guests book in advance on Open Table HERE or by calling 905-934-9797.

The brunch will be donating a portion of the profits to Newark Neighbours Food Bank, an organization that has tirelessly supported food security for those in need within the Niagara Region community since 1971.


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