Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport in Burlingame has a reputation for delighting guests with the Bay Area’s best Sunday Brunch as well as its appeal to a vast Eastern Orthodox clientele. So, for those who celebrate the Eastern Orthodox Easter tradition, which will be observed on Sunday, May 5, the hotel is featuring an expanded menu including traditional Russian Easter favorites alongside live jazz entertainment.
Popular for any Sunday of the year, the hotel’s special occasion Champagne Brunches feature seasonally inspired creations that are in keeping with the hotel’s sustainable and local approach to eating. Some of the featured items on the May 5 buffet include:
- Seafood display with Spiced Peel and Eat Shrimp, New Zealand Green Lip Mussels and Oysters; Hand Rolled Maki Sushi and House Cured Gravlox)
- Locally grown creative Spring salads
- A large variety of meat and fish stations as well as specialty entrée options
- Made-to-order omelets and Eggs Benedict
- Belgian-Style Waffles and Cheese Blintzes with Warm Strawberry Sauce
- Dessert station filled with freshly created and beautifully decorated treats, including Warm Bread Pudding with Vanilla Anglaise; Assorted European Pastries, Cakes and Flavored Mousses; and Caramel Pecan Bars
- Eastern staples such as festive hardboiled colored eggs in bright colors and Paska Easter Cake
The May 5 Eastern Orthordox Easter Brunch is $42.00 for adults (13+) and $21.00 for children (5-12). Children four and under are complimentary. Seating for brunch is available in Swiftwater Café, set in the hotels’ signature nine story Atrium from 10am to 2pm. For reservations and information, please call (650) 347-1234 or visit http://sanfranciscoairport.hyatt.com.