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Hotel: a delicious word that conjures crisp sheets, sleeping in, vacation. "Brunch" is another sleep-in kind of word. And when the accommodations in question are as top-tier as the Grand Bohemian... Read More
Hotel: a delicious word that conjures crisp sheets, sleeping in, vacation. "Brunch" is another sleep-in kind of word. And when the accommodations in question are as top-tier as the Grand Bohemian Hotel Orlando, then you know the brunch â" in this case a Jazz Brunch at its acclaimed Boheme restaurant â" is going to be something truly exceptional. Whether it's to linger in the last moments of your sumptuous weekend stay, in celebration of a special occasion or simply a decadent splurge, Sunday brunch at the Boheme will run you $45 per person ($15 for kids 6-12) and showcases all the hallmarks of high-end: a prime rib carving station, custom omelet station and fresh waffle station among them. Of course, brunch being what it is, it makes sense that you might want some snow crab legs, oysters or steamed shrimp to pair with that waffle. And did we mention the Kitchen Action Station, where seafood and meats are prepared to order? And that's not even the spread in its entirety. We're not sure how you'll save room for dessert, but we're sure you'll manage. Start strategizing now.
- Brunch: "Bloody excellent! The Boheme's Bloody Mary allows you to customize your Ketel One brunch cocktail experience, tableside, with add-ons including bacon, bleu cheese, olives, banana peppers and more."
- Fine Dining: "The Grand Bohemian is just, well - sexy. Consider making your dining experience a delicious part of a romantic getaway."
- Best for Brunch Because: At the Grand Bo's Boheme, the champagne is dry, the decor is hot and the contemporary piano is as cool as the oysters on ice.
- Best for Fine Dining Because: You may not be able to turn Longwood into Lake Como, but Enzo's does the best job possible with it's lovely location and long-practiced recipes.