Easter Brunch Reimagined at "The Hidden Gem of the Suburbs"

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  • Chicago, IL (1888PressRelease) March 07, 2019 - A reimagined Easter Brunch experience is headed to the newly renovated Oak Brook Hills Resort. The dazzling talents of new Executive Chef Victor Martinez will be on full display for a fresh spin on a longstanding holiday tradition that has sold out the Grand Ballroom for years. On Sunday, April 21st, Victor introduces Easter from the Chef’s Table – a celebration of food, family and friends.

    “This is a new way to experience Easter Brunch to go along with the resort’s new look and experiential attitude,” says Victor, who helped re-open Oak Brook Hills Resort in December following the completion of a multi-year renovation. “Come see why they’re calling us the ‘Hidden Gem of the Suburbs’!”

    The focus of Victor’s culinary vision for Easter from the Chef’s Table is on live, Ballroom-side preparations made-to-order for guests. Over the course of two seatings (10 – 12 pm and 1 – 3 pm), Victor and his team of skilled cooks will lead an interactive brunch featuring artistic chef’s action tables. From hand-battered omelets and Liège waffles to hand-sliced sirloin and smoked ham smothered in house honey from resort hives, guests can choose from a variety of hand-crafted options. In fact, the level of personal attention Victor is giving to the whole Easter menu is unlike anything ever attempted at Oak Brook Hills Resort in the past – with lavish tables heaping of delicacies like shucked oysters and crab claws, Crème Brule French toast, forest mushroom cavatelli, almond bisque soup, Roquefort salad, children’s favorites and much more. In addition to a DIY bloody mary bar and mimosas, guests can expect for dessert an inspired sweets table highlighted by decadent home-made items like sundae cones, S’mores, carrot cupcakes and lemon tarts.

    The Grand Ballroom, with its 13,000 square feet of opulence that evokes the mid-century Golden Age of Leisure, will be outfitted with festive décor to set the warm and inviting Easter Sunday scene for those young and old. As an added treat, young ones will receive a visit by the Easter Bunny along with fun-filled activities like holiday arts and crafts and a petting zoo.

    WHAT: Easter from the Chef’s Table
    WHERE: The Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center, 3500 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523. www.oakbrookhillsresort.com.

    WHEN: Sunday, April 21; seating times: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

    RESERVATIONS: $53.95 per adult / $19.95 for children 5 to 12 / free for children 4 and under. Tickets are on sale now through Eventbrite. Group reservations are available.

    About the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center:
    The Midwest’s premier lifestyles and conference resort is nestled away in the upscale suburb of Oak Brook, Illinois – just 30 minutes west of Chicago. After a 4-year property wide renovation culminating in late 2018, the Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center is now considered “The Hidden Gem of the Suburbs” (3500 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523). Designed by hospitality architecture visionaries O’Kelly Kasprak, the new look of the Resort carries a stylish aura reminiscent of the Golden Age of Leisure. The designers have created a chic identity at the IACC-certified property, where modern innovation meets midcentury elegance. With over 42,500 square feet of meetings and event space, the resort is an ideal venue for business meetings, conferences, retreats, banquets or social functions. All 386 rooms and 39 suites are complemented by flexible event space including an all-season tented pavilion, full exercise and spa facilities, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and the 18-hole Championship Willow Crest Golf Club. The artistic talents of Executive Chef Victor Martinez can be seen throughout the resort’s culinary program, from catering to the resort’s two signature restaurants, a farm-to-fork called B. and a gastropub, Tin Cup. Visit www.oakbrookhillsresort.com for reservations or more information or call the hotel direct at 630.850.5555.

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