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The best Mother’s Day brunches in Chicago

Mother’s Day this year is coming up on Sunday, May 12—have you made plans yet? If not, the best Mother’s Day brunch offerings are here to save the day. Stop by some of the top brunch spots in Chicago for special menus featuring towering plates of French toast, pancakes and bottomless mimosas that are sure to make your mom’s day. And of course, it never hurts to tack on a bouquet from one of the best flower shops in Chicago or a box of sweets from a chocolate shop. Whether you’re looking for a laid back experience or an indulgent buffet spread, check out the most promising Mother’s Day brunch options in Chicago this year.

 

8. Travelle at The Langham

Show mom how much you care on Mother’s Day with Travelle at The Langham’s indulgent brunch buffet. The spread will feature a caviar station, pristine seafood displays, a prime cuts carving station, hand-rolled sushi, lavish desserts, complimentary bubbles and more. Guests will also be serenaded by live music. Brunch is $275 per adult and $75 per child.

Reservations via Tock.

 

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Where to dine for Easter brunch in Chicago

If money’s no object, The Langham, Chicago’s exquisite Easter Champagne brunch is the option for you. Sip on bottomless Champagne, mimosas and bellinis while sushi, dim sum, charcuterie, seafood and a carving station. In addition to all that, chef Damion Henry is whipping up a selection of specials, including pan roasted branzino and pan roasted Peking duck breast. Guests will end their experience with delectable desserts like rolled ice cream, s’mores and a chocolate fountain. The cost is $265 per person and $75 for children ages 5-12.

 

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Chicago’s St. Patrick’s Day 2024 Happenings

The Langham, Chicago

On Saturday, March 16, The Langham, Chicago is incorporating Irish charm into its standout food and beverage offerings during the city’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities. Guests can indulge in the offerings below while viewing the Parade and River Dyeing through Travelle’s floor-to-ceiling windows or from the hotel’s outdoor plaza overlooking the Chicago River.

Travelle Bar + Lounge is bringing back its decadent St. Patrick’s Day Brunch featuring classic Irish breakfast specials, a gourmet seafood display, signature breakfast items and much more. Additionally, The Langham, Chicago’s Ice Cream Social outdoor-pop up will be open for one day only until later this summer and will be featuring specialty St. Patty’s-inspired artisanal gelato flavors and other delicious treats.

For those seeking a luxurious St. Patrick’s Day celebration, Travelle offers a chic atmosphere with sweeping views of the Chicago River tucked away on the second floor of The Langham. Guests can reserve a seat or table in the window-framed bar + lounge to enjoy an elevated brunch experience from Executive Chef Damion Henry.

The menu will feature elevated Irish breakfast items including a Classic Shepherd’s Pie with Colorado Lamb, Corn Beef and Cabbage Hash, and Baked Egg Shakshuka. Additional menu offerings include a selection of French pastries, items from the Langham’s signature breakfast such as a Poached Egg Benedict with Canadian Bacon and Green Goddess Hollandaise, and a seafood display featuring seasonal oysters and chilled jumbo shrimp. Pre-paid reservations can be made via Tock ($150 per person).

Want a festive treat? Indulge your sweet tooth at The Langham’s Ice Cream Social pop-up located on the hotel’s outdoor plaza. Nestled alongside the Chicago River, the pop-up is reopening for just one day (Saturday, March 16) in celebration of the lucky holiday. Parade-goers can visit the plaza to enjoy homemade, limited-edition St. Patrick’s Day artisan gelato flavors.

The specialty gelato flavors include Bailey’s Irish Cream, Lucky Charm, Double Chocolate Obsession and Madagascar Vanilla. Guests can customize their tasty treats by swirling the flavors together or adding toppings such as a green cotton candy cloud, rainbow sprinkles, lucky charms crunch, and more. The Ice Cream Social menu will also feature a delectable Valentino Hot Chocolate served with toasted marshmallow and whipped cream.

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The Ultimate Guide to Easter in Chicago

Easter comes early this year and now is the time to start planning your holiday celebration. Whether you’re looking for brunch options, bar crawls, and family getaways, here are 23 Easter events and specials that are just a hop, skip, and a jump away.

 

Easter Champagne Brunch at Travelle at the Langham

Sip on champagne, mimosas, and bellinis while surrounded by a breathtaking display of tulips in their garden, plus take in gorgeous views of the river. Brunch includes multiple buffet stations by Executive Chef Damion Henry, which will boast Japanese sushi rolls and nigiri, imported caviar, and a prime cuts carving station. A lavish display of desserts will include eclairs, macaroons, tarts, and petit fours cakes. Reserve a spot online and get a 20% discount if done by Saturday, April 1.

  • Date: Sun. March 31
  • Time: 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
  • Location: 330 N. Wabash Ave.
  • Price: $75-$265
  • Website: travellechicago.com

 

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March 2024 events calendar for Chicago

Plan your March in Chicago with our calendar of the best things to do, including picks for exhibits, parades and festivals.

Get excited, Chicagoans, because winter in Chicago is almost over and some of our most beloved events and traditions are happening this month. First up is St. Patrick’s Day in Chicago, which is once again bringing river dyeing festivities and a parade to the Loop, along with plenty of other celebrations across the city (including the Shamrock Shuffle and parades on the South and Northwest Sides).

 

St. Patrick’s Day at Travelle at The Langham

Snag a spot at Travelle at The Langham’s bar and lounge to enjoy art-inspired cocktails and complimentary bar bites while taking in panoramic views overlooking the Chicago River. Reservations, available via Tock, are $150 per person, with the deposit being applied toward the final bill.

 

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Get Lucky This St. Patrick’s Day at These Chicago Hotspots

Travelle offers sweeping views of the Chicago River on the second floor of The Langham. Guests can reserve a seat or table in the window-framed bar + lounge and choose a brunch experience from Executive Chef Damion Henry.

The menu will feature Irish breakfast items including a Classic Shepherd’s Pie with Colorado Lamb, Corn Beef and Cabbage Hash, and Baked Egg Shakshuka. Additional menu offerings include a selection of French pastries, items from the Langham’s signature breakfast such as a Poached Egg Benedict with Canadian Bacon and Green Goddess Hollandaise, and a seafood display featuring seasonal oysters and chilled jumbo shrimp.

Pre-paid reservations can be made via Tock ($150 per person).

Additonally, The Langham’s Ice Cream Social pop-up located on the hotel’s outdoor plaza. Alongside the Chicago River, the pop-up is reopening for just one day (Saturday, March 16) in celebration of the holiday. Parade-goers can visit the plaza to select homemade, limited-edition St. Patrick’s Day artisan gelato flavors.

The specialty gelato flavors include Bailey’s Irish Cream, Lucky Charm, Double Chocolate Obsession and Madagascar Vanilla. Guests can customize their treats by swirling the flavors together or adding toppings such as a green cotton candy cloud, rainbow sprinkles, lucky charms crunch, and more. The Ice Cream Social menu will also feature a Valentino Hot Chocolate served with toasted marshmallow and whipped cream.

The Langham, Chicago Ice Cream Social will be open on 3/16/24 from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

 

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