Royal Plantation hosts annual Easter brunch
Keisha Shakespeare-Blackmore, Staff Reporter
With the panoramic backdrop of a beautiful white-sand beach, coupled with a variety of delectable cuisine, the Royal Plantation's annual Easter brunch and hat parade held last Sunday was picture perfect.
In addition, the cool island breeze, champagne, and soothing, tasteful music definitely set the tone for those who came out for the affair. Both hotel guests and other patrons were in for a lovely treat. On arrival, they were greeted with a glass of champagne or mimosa. The brunch was held on the balcony where everyone had a clear view of the sea. The view was accented by well-adorned tables.
Inside the dining area, there was an array of scrumptious dishes fit for a king. There was a cold seafood station, salads, roast suckling pig, beef, salmon in cream sauce, gazpacho Martini, and sinfully delicious desserts. Guests had a hard time choosing.
Afterwards, dining patrons were treated to a hat parade modelled by hotel staff. There were hats for the beach, the races, or if you just felt like parading around the town looking chic. All hats were courtesy of the hotel's gift shop.
There weren't many formalities, just a beautiful day to sit back, relax, and enjoy the finer things in life.