After the Sea Crest Beach Hotel renovated itself to the tune of $15 million, what better way to celebrate rebirth than an Easter brunch on Old Silver Beach with Buzzard's Bay beautifully pictured in the distance? Folks in their Sunday best driving to an outing at the resort will be stunned by the striking views, and we’re actually talking about gazing the freshest seafood you can find.
"With this menu I am focused on bringing the family together," Sea Crest Beach Hotel’s executive chef Daniel Kenney said in an email to The Daily Meal, "in the hopes that Easter Brunch at Sea Crest Beach Hotel will become a family tradition for years to come. My dishes are inspired by family favorites with a New England twist, featuring only the best in seafood and locally sourced produce."
Clam chowder of course is your starter and then cracker-crusted Chatham cod loin with Maine lobster sauce and asparagus tips and herb-roasted free-range chicken with baby potatoes seasoned with sea salt and cracked pepper.
Easter is all about becoming new again, and Sea Crest has aligned itself as the perfect destination for this holiday.