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Charleston, West Virginia Hotel Crafts a Culinary Christmas Experience

Guests Can Indulge in a Spectacular Christmas Brunch at the Charleston Marriott Town Center

CHARLESTON, WV -- (Marketwired) -- 12/26/13 -- Christmas has a reputation for being all about the presents, but when it comes down to it, the food is just as important. The holiday meal, after all, is what brings far-flung family members together and lends structure to the day's events. And it doesn't matter if Christmas is the year's most anticipated holiday or barely on one's radar -- everyone can get in on the feast, especially when it's being held at the Charleston Marriott Town Center.

Home to one of the best restaurants in Charleston, West Virginia, Brick Salt Bar + Kitchen, the hotel is accustomed to welcoming guests for birthday, anniversary and other special-occasion dinners. The seasonal menu, which highlights local ingredients and is prepared by Chef Tyler Murray, has accordingly won over a devoted following, which means Murray's Christmas brunch will be the premier event among Charleston, West Virginia hotels.

One look at the menu confirms as much. Seven different stations feature traditional breakfast favorites like waffles and omelets, chef-crafted salads, make-your-own-salads, specialty displays (think local cheeses and shrimp cocktail), carved meats, hot selections and desserts.

With such diversity of choice, this Charleston Town Center Mall hotel ensures that every preference is met. Traditionalists can pile their plates with slow-roasted prime rib of beef, sautéed vegetables and pie, while others might enjoy chicken cacciatore or roasted salmon with citrus salsa, followed by one (or five) of Chef Murray's signature Peppermint Cheesecake Bites, made with Oreo cookie crumbs and crushed peppermint candies. Whatever ends up on the table, guests will be able to enjoy it within the warm, casually elegant dining room of one of the finest hotels near the Charleston Civic Center.

Seating times for the Christmas Brunch are at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Reservations are required and may be made by calling 1-304-353-3632. Rates, exclusive of tax and gratuity, are $29.95 per person, although seniors and children receive discounts. Children 4 and under dine on a complimentary basis.

About the Charleston Marriott Town Center
Experiencing West Virginia's capital city, whether for business or pleasure, is best done from the newly renovated Charleston Marriott Town Center. The multimillion-dollar update to the property resulted in new furnishings and upgraded Internet in the 352 guest rooms and suites, an overhauled lobby and a concierge level for travelers who enjoy added luxuries like breakfast and upgraded amenities. The hotel's Brick Salt Bar + Kitchen has quickly become a mainstay for the city, offering a menu that changes with the seasons, while Brick Salt Day/Night Bar lets guests recharge with a Starbucks coffee in the morning or relax over cocktails in the evening. A fitness center, indoor pool and sauna encourage healthy habits and help those traveling for work stay focused. And with 16 meeting rooms and 17,500 square feet of event space, there's plenty of room for productivity at this premier property.

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Charleston Marriott Town Center
200 Lee Street East
Charleston, West Virginia 25301
1-304-345-6500
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/crwwv-charleston-marriott-town-center/

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