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Celebrate Easter in Style at Glenerin Inn

Easter Brunch Mississauga

You are cordially invited to an Easter Brunch at The Glenerin Inn. Celebrate Easter in style with your friends and family with their mouth-watering Easter Brunch. Featuring traditional breakfast items, a carving station and decadent desserts.

The Glenerin is located in the Sawmill Valley area in Mississauga, a beautifully preserved historical building and is recognized as one of Ontario’s finest hotels. The Easter brunch buffet is held in their dining area encompassed by original stone walls, vintage-inspired decor, and high ceilings with exposed beams. The environment is truly picturesque and unique in a sense where it brings back all the warm feelings of old-world charm, not to mention, a beautiful location to capture the perfect family photo.

Glernerin inn easter

All their delicious menu items are prepared by an in-house chef and his amazing team, see what guests are saying about their dining experiences at Glenerin Inn on Tripadvisor. Some of the featured main dishes on the Easter menu include: a succulent leg of lamb and smoked ham on the carving station, mexican chicken salad, pan seared rainbow trout, smoked fish, and shellfish platter. For dessert have the traditional Easter favourites: apple crisp, fresh pastries, fruit and assorted cakes. The full Easter Buffet menu items can be viewed here. Seating for the Easter brunch buffet is available from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm, contact them to make your Easter reservations today, and treat your family and friends to a memorable Easter with everyone at Glenerin Inn.

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