Cocktail Jazz Brunch | 12:00 p.m. | Meritage Room | $75

“Easy like Sunday morning.” — The Commodores

Join us for a relaxing brunch featuring live jazz, innovative food, and creative cocktail stations. Create your own Bloody Mary, design your own Mimosa or step up to the Whiskey Smash Station. This walk around brunch will showcase Chef David Daniels healthy and fresh menu including omelets, fresh fruit bar, waffles, and delicious pastries. Liven up your winter weekend and make The Cocktail Jazz Brunch a MUST on your social calendar!


1. The term "brunch" was coined in 1895, described as a Sunday meal for "Saturday-night carousers".


2. Brunch became popular in the US in the 1930s because Hollywood stars making transcontinental train trips would often stop in Chicago for late-morning meals. Stars like Johny Barrymore, Helen Hayes, and Clark Gable often stopped for brunch at Chicago's Pump Room in the Ambassador Hotel.


3. In the early to mid-1900s brunch offered a platform for socially acceptable day drinking. Brunch is attributed with spreading the practice of mixing alcohol with juices.


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