Christmas Brunch Doubletree Hotel by Hilton Tucson at Reid Park
December 25, 2015 11am-3pm
The Doubletree Hotel by Hilton Tucson at Reid Park hosts a traditional Christmas Brunch on Friday, December 25, from 11am-3pm.
The brunch features traditional fare including bone-in Smoked Ham and Prime Rib au jus, both served with pineapple chutney, horseradish cream, grain mustard and mini onion rolls.
Other spectacular dishes include omelets made to order, miniature quiche benedicts, bacon and smoked sausages, Cajun blackened pork loin with bock beer, red beans and rice, poblano mac and cheese with bacon, barramundi provencal, airline chicken breast with bacon and charred tangerine, roasted seasonal winter vegetables and a shrimp boat.
The Appetizer Bar includes pear and goat cheese mixed greens with spiced pecans, grilled balsamic marinated vegetables, imported cheeses and cured meats, smoked salmon with capers, onions, tomato and cream cheese and artisan breads and party rye. Desserts include Yule logs, French cream cheesecake, apple pie, pumpkin pie, chocolate mousse cake and assorted dessert bites. For more information or to make reservations, call (520) 323-5220 or [email protected]
The Doubletree Inn was established in 1973 in Scottsdale, Arizona and was the second hotel built in the Doubletree chain, the oldest existing hotel that is now a part of the Hilton™ family of hotels. It all starts with a warm chocolate chip cookie, DoubleTree’s signature greeting.
More than 250 million cookies have been served to guests and visitors at 250 DoubleTree by Hilton™ hotels in 17 countries that offer the award-winning Hilton HHonors® guest reward program. The property was established in 1983 and is managed by Interstate Hotels.
Cactus Rose Restaurant at the Doubletree
445 S Alvernon Way Tucson, AZ 85711
COST: Adults $38.95, Children 6-12 $15.95
Plus service tax– 5 & under Free
Open to General Public
PUBLIC Reservations Required
INFO: (520) 323-5220 or [email protected]
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