March 31 2017
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (March 2017) — Bambara, downtown Salt Lake’s favorite New American bistro, welcomes guests to their Easter brunch on Sunday, April 16. Special holiday offerings include a one-of-a-kind oyster bar, hearty carving station, made-to-order omelet station, and a wide variety of decadent pastries and desserts.
Brunch will be available 10:00 a.m.—3:00 p.m. with a special Easter evening offered 5:30 p.m.—8:00 p.m. Bambara’s historic bar, The Vault, will be open 11:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m. with a unique selection of specialty cocktails. Reservations are highly recommended.
The brunch menu, including coffee, juice and soda options, costs $54 for adults, $44 for seniors ages 65 and older, and $14 for children 12 and under.
“A meal on Easter Sunday is such an important tradition for family and friends,” said executive chef Nathan Powers. “We enjoy relieving our guests of the pressure of hosting at home and welcome them to come celebrate with us instead.”
Bambara invites guests to join them every weekend to enjoy their classic brunch menu year-round. Must-orders include Rebecca’s house-made granola, berry-stuffed French toast, Bambara benedicts, duck confit hash, and much more, complemented by the restaurant’s homemade jam and fresh-pressed juices.
For more information about Bambara or the Easter brunch celebration, contact Christa Graff, of Graff Public Relations, LLC, at 435-640-7921 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bambara, named Salt Lake City's Best Restaurant, is a lively New American bistro serving inspired yet approachable cuisine in downtown Salt Lake. Executive Chef Nathan Powers, named Best Utah Chef in 2010, crafts a new menu every season, using time-honored techniques and the freshest organic and sustainable ingredients around. His dishes embrace New American fare with a twist, ranging from perfectly prepared steaks, seafood and hearty game, to more unique pastas and more. A broad selection of artisanal wines, top-flight spirits, local beers and creative cocktails are also on offer.
About Kimpton Restaurants
When Bill Kimpton introduced the boutique hotel concept to America in 1981 he pioneered the revolutionary relationship between one-of-a-kind hotels and restaurants led by acclaimed chefs. Today, Kimpton has nearly 70 unique restaurants, bars and lounges across the country helmed by renowned chefs and bartenders that offer guests a chance to dine like a local. Common cornerstones of each restaurant and bar include heartfelt care; chef-crafted, seasonal menus that celebrate local farms and purveyors; and striking interiors with vibrant style and design. Wines are chosen with a nod toward artisanal and sustainable selections by Master Sommelier Emily Wines and signature cocktails are created by individual restaurant bartenders and Lead Bartender Jacques Bezuidenhout. Guided by company-wide EarthCare practices, Kimpton restaurants demonstrate a dedication to preserving the environment through the use of local and sustainable ingredients, including adhering to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch guidelines; the use of compostable “to go” packaging; and recycling and composting practices. With concepts ranging from rustic Italian cuisine in the Pacific Northwest to oceanic fare on the Florida coast and alluring rooftop lounges and bars tucked away in the nation’s capital, each Kimpton restaurant is as distinct and expressive as its location. For more information, visit www.KimptonHotels.com.
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