|By Marketwired .||
|May 5, 2014 12:01 AM EDT||
TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- The Chase Hospitality Group (CHG), known for their elegant spaces and lavish culinary experiences, have announced plans to host a sumptuous Mother's Day brunch on Sunday May 11th. The Chase has become a preferred venue for private brunches, exclusive events, and special celebrations, with this Mother's Day marking the first occasion their doors will be open for a public brunch offering.
The Chase team views Mother's Day as a unique occasion to express their love for the special women in their lives. "Sharing an enjoyable meal with your family on Mother's Day is something I really value," said Executive Chef Michael Steh, who prepared new a la carte menus for both The Chase & The Chase Fish & Oyster. "Our brunch on May 11 will offer guests the opportunity to experience our sun-lit spaces and fine dishes, and we've enjoyed the process of developing new plates consistent with our patrons' high expectations."
The 'Americana'-themed menu at The Chase will feature flapjacks and a smoked salmon flatbread, while Steh and his team will prepare an egg's benedict with Dungeness crab at The Chase Fish and Oyster. Select regular offerings, such as the raw bar and lobster rolls at The Chase Fish & Oyster, and the pearl platter at The Chase, will be available during the May 11 brunch. Full cocktail and wine menus will also be provided.
The newest addition to the CHG roster, Colette Grand Cafe, will be on hand to celebrate this Mother's Day. Providing breadbaskets and gift boxes of cookies, Colette's contributions will offer a glimpse of what's to come in their new dining room and bakery, set to open this summer in the Thompson Toronto.
Guests joining The Chase and The Chase Fish & Oyster for Mother's Day will dine in elegant spaces filled with natural light filtered through floor to ceiling windows. The Chase patio, offering a breathtaking view of the city, will be transformed into a stunning flower pavilion with outdoor seating. The Chase & The Chase Fish & Oyster will be open for brunch on Sunday, May 11 from 11 am to 3 pm. Reservations are welcome and valet parking will be available. To book a table, please call 647.348.7000 or email [email protected].
About The Chase Hospitality Group
Chase Hospitality Group is a premier hospitality company that develops, manages, and operates The Chase and The Chase Fish and Oyster in Toronto. The name CHASE is an acronym derived from CULINARY, HOSPITALITY, ATMOSPHERE, SERVICE, and ENTERTAINMENT. The group was established in early 2013 with a vision to redefine hospitality in North America by combining thoughtful and inspired culinary experiences with genuine, approachable, and humbled service. http://www.chasehospitalitygroup.com/
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