3 Reasons You’re Going to Want to Have Your Brunch at a Golf Course
Did you know that brunch has been rated the most favorite meal by Americans? Breakfast was pretty much tied — indicating that when it comes down to it, people would rather eat an omelette and have some french toast more than anything else. Brunch first originated in England, but once the U.S. caught wind of this breakfast-lunch hybrid, it took off — and keeps getting more popular with every passing year.
If you?re planning an event, you have numerous options to choose from whether it?s a charity gala or a wedding reception. One option you should definitely consider is having a brunch buffet at a golf course. Why? Here are a few reasons.
Trees, manicured lawns, beautiful rolling hills — this is the essence of golf course greens. If you?re looking for a scenic location (that also works well for photographs!) then a golf course setting is a great idea. Comparatively, if you have your brunch or meal at a regular restaurant but want photos outdoors, you may have to deal with the unpleasantness of a parking lot as your background.
Award Winning Cooking
Golf courses and their associated venues can?t get away with serving cold fries and microwaved burgers — people expect quality food here. If you want to impress your guests with the selection offered, then this should be at the top of your list for party venues this year.
Other Sunday Brunch Places Might be Too Crowded
Even if you?re not throwing an event, brunch is a popular meal. Many places don?t take reservations, either, which could leave you in a pickle when you have 20 or 30 plus people coming along. Golf courses are used to hosting these sorts of events and can accommodate you easily. Just make sure to call ahead!
What Should You Offer Your Guests?
Some events are paid for, while others are not. Many wedding brunches, for example, are customer-pays — these events give guests more time to talk with the bride and groom but don?t require the couple to tack on another $500 bill to their celebrations. What you might want to consider doing, though? Making sure everyone has a complimentary mimosa to start the event off right.
In short: while there are many venues that can suit your brunching needs, a golf course is a great location for a gorgeous backdrop, great food, and convenience as well.