Take your family travels to Blue Mountain Resort this Easter for delicious brunch and dinner buffets at Slopeside Pub & Grill. Stunning views of the scenic Pocono Mountains and delicious food will have your family coming back for Easter year after year.
Easter Brunch Buffet
On April 9, 10 a.m.–2 p.m., Slopeside Pub & Grill’s Easter brunch buffet offers classic favorites for families to enjoy. Expect a variety of yummy breads, as well as an omelet station where guests can make their own omelets, and breakfast classics like pancakes, French toast, bacon, sausage links, scrambled eggs and breakfast potatoes. Lighter breakfast choices include cheddar apple grits, peel-and-eat shrimp, smoked salmon, Caesar salad and fruits. Guests can also visit the carving station, featuring country ham and turkey breast, or head to the buffet offering penne Bolognese, farfalle primavera, pecan-crusted Atlantic salmon and chicken marsala. If none of these options sound appealing to kids, there’s also chicken fingers, mac and cheese, penne pasta and French fries. If you are still hungry, indulge in an assortment of cakes, pies and elegant desserts made fresh by Slopeside’s pastry chef. Guests 21 and over can enjoy mimosas and bellinis, as well.
Easter Dinner Buffet
From 3 to 7 p.m. Easter Sunday, enjoy a delicious dinner buffet while taking in scenic spring views of the Pocono Mountains. Start with appetizers such as peel-and-eat shrimp, smoked salmon, house and Caesar salads, and fruits. Dinner entrees include traditional Easter dishes like prime rib, roasted turkey and country ham at the carving station. Sides include cheesy cauliflower, mixed seasonal vegetables, roasted red potatoes, mashed garlic potatoes and pasta. For guests who aren’t interested in the carving station, there will also be pecan-crusted Atlantic salmon and chicken marsala. Kids can enjoy classics like chicken fingers, mac and cheese, penne pasta with marinara and French fries.
Both the Easter brunch and Easter dinner buffet cost $39.99 for guests 11 and over and $17.95 for kids. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Slopeside Pub & Grill at 610 824 1557.
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