Wednesday, July 4, 2012

THE CIRCLE at The Breakers - Sunday Brunch- Palm Beach, FL

Growing up my family would go out to Sunday Brunch pretty much for every holiday. We still keep the tradition going even though we are in different locations.  Mother's Day, Father's Day, Easter, and New Year's Day were always Brunch days.  The family would go to brunch, eat and drink mimosas for three hours and have a lot of laughs!  It is a tradition.  This Fathers Day, we finally got to try Sunday Brunch at the Breakers Hotel.  Now, like I said, I consider myself a "Brunch Connoisseur" as I am used to grand, extravagant Sunday Brunch.  Well,The Breakers showed me!  Hands down, BEST BRUNCH EVER!!!  I honestly don't know where to begin.  Do I start by telling you about the gloriously, beautiful Circle room, or the harpist who plays table side, or about the Alaskan Crab legs that I devoured.  "What a spread!" is all I can I say.

Once seated, I am in awe of the rooms beauty.  The brunch includes unlimited mimosa's and bloody marys.  I am eager to try both.  Why not, We are celebrating my Amazing Father!

After multiple toasts and a few glasses later, we decide to grab our first plate. I like to start with the seafood.    The brunch serves shrimp, crab claws, Alaskan king crab legs, and lobster tails!  AMAZING!

Next for me, a little Caviar and sushi!  

I usually skip the breakfast items, but the brunch included build your own omelets, eggs benedict, waffles, pancakes, and other breakfast items. Brandt is a breakfast lover, so he usually cant resist warm waffles with chocolate chips!

Next up for me, the meat!!  They had a large carving station, including, cooked to perfection Prime Rib

...lamb chops, ham, short ribs, and I loved their Barbecue Chicken display. 

The Brunch also has a variety of salads, antipasti's, cheese, and pastas for you to try as well.  After many platefuls of food and starting to want to unbutton my pants, its time for dessert.  

With over 30 desserts, I was in heaven.  And all of them were good.  (The picture below only shows half the dessert table)

I wanted to highlight one dessert.  It was a peanut butter chocolate pie.  If you know me, this is my weakness. (Well, lets be honest, I have more than one)

So after a good three hours of plates and plates of food and  mimosa's, it was time to be wheeled out.  As I said, I consider myself a brunch expert.  I have been to a bunch of brunches and one thing I have found is that you will not like everything.  You may take items and you may leave the items on your plate because they were not to your liking.  I honestly can say, I LOVED everything I put on my plate.  The service was on point and the ambiance was beautiful.  Yes, Sunday Brunch is a bit pricey at $90 a person plus tax and a 20% gratuity, but if you have a special occasion or a reason to celebrate, the Breakers Sunday Brunch will not let you down.   I cant wait to go back!





One South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480

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