JOIN US FOR EASTER BRUNCH - MARCH 27, 2016


Embassy Easter 2 - Blog
Come to Embassy Grand for your Easter Sunday Brunch and Be Our Guests!

First Seating at 12:00pm
Second Seating at 1:00pm
Visa & Master Card Excepted
All tickets must be pre paid and picked up in advance

ADULTS $58.00+HST
CHILDREN 4 to12 $40.00 +HST
KIDS UNDER 4 FREE

OUR EASTER BRUNCH MENU

ANTIPASTO BAR

Prosciutto, Assorted Italian Deli Meats Assorted Cheeses, Assorted Olives, Grilled Eggplant, Zucchini and Red Onion, Giardiniera, Assorted Cold Vegetable Salads, Tuscan Bean Salad, Pasta Salad, Country Potato Salad, Rice Salad, Mixed Green Salad, Roasted Red Peppers in Olive Oil, Red Beet Salad with Crumbled Goat Cheese, Marinated Mushrooms, Frutta Di Mare

Chilled Shrimp with Cocktail Sauce and Lemon, Side of Teriyaki Salmon, Stone Crab Legs,
HOT- Steamed Mussels a la Marinara, Squid, Baby Octopus and Peas in a Light Tomato Broth, Fried Calamari

BREAD STATION
Homemade Foccacia in Bianco al Pomodoro e con Patate, Mini Baguette, Mini Buns & Ciabatta, Grilled Calabrese Bread with Olive Oil

PASTA STATION
Lasanga Verde with Béchamel and Pecorino
Mezza Rigatoni with Lamb Ragu
Orecchiette with Fresh Tomato Basil Sauce

CARVING STATION
Rosemary and Garlic Studded Leg of Lamb
Whole Roasted Chicken with Spanish Paprika
Veal Milanese with Mozzarella and Cherry Tomatoes

Sweet English Peas and Mushrooms
Stuffed Baby Bell Peppers
Sliced Potatoes with Sautéed Onions

DESSERT
Freshly Piped Cannoli
Mini Assorted Sweet Shots
Fresh Cut Fruit in Cosmo’s with Chantilly Cream

BAR
Pop, Juice, Coffee, Tea, Espresso, Red & White Wine, Mixed Drinks & Beer .

BY: Allan Pollett|
DATE: Friday 19th of February 2016|
CATEGORY: Blog|

Tips on how to best plan for that corporate event.


Planning is at the core of everything that you do in the business world and that includes any events you might want to sponsor. Here’s a few tips from professionals that can help you with any corporate events that you’ve been put in charge of .

• First off you need to decide if the target audience is everyone in the company or one specific segment. Without making these kinds of distinctions first, you run the risk of throwing the net out too wide with the activities you’re planning.
• Make a master list of everything that you’ll need. From food to lighting and transportation, you need to have one complete list of everything so nothing is forgotten. Once you have everything written down, it’s a good idea to leave the list for a bit and then come back to it with a refreshed mind.
• Make sure your event doesn’t run into anything else the company or organization has planned for the same time and date. It’s good to steer clear of popular vacation times and bigger holidays like Christmas and Easter.

Being flexible will help as well because as you go through the planning process, the scope and size of the event will most certainly change as the details become more clear.

BY: Allan Pollett|
DATE: Wednesday 17th of February 2016|
CATEGORY: Blog|