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Halloween Brunch at the Prince George Hotel

This little menu just popped up in my email and I wanted to share it with all my readers who might be looking for a fun activity – in addition to Trick or Treating – to do with the family! The Prince George Hotel’s Terrace Restaurant always features a Sunday brunch from 12:00 – 2:00, and tomorrow’s meal will have a spooky twist. Reservations are required. See the menu below for details…The desert options in particular look ghoulishly good…!


Mummy Hands = Game Burgers

Remains of.= Espresso BBQ Pork Ribs

Witches Cauldron= Green Curry Chicken
Abracadabra= Black Forbidden Rice
Headless Horseman= Roasted Spiced Squash
Eye of Newt and Wing of Bat= Smoked Tomato Soup

Salad Selections & Cheese

Sushi Bar & Gnocchi Station

Eggs Benedict, Bacon / Sausage, Home Fries

Waffles with Cream, Syrup and Berries


Death by Chocolate = Coffin Shaped Brownies

Bludgeoned Jack-o- Lanterns = Pumpkin Cream Roll

Hansel and Gretel = mini Apple Pies

Scary Berry= Strawberry Crisp
Snow Whites Poison Apples = Candy Apples
bbbbBlood Cakes =Red Velvet Cupcakes
Along came a Spider= Cob Web Cheesecake

From Beyond the Grave = Graveyard Cake

Double Double Toil and Trouble, Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble = Blood Orange and Chocolate Moussecake

Bone Meringues

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