There are just a few occasions in a year where you can get the family together along with closest friends and make it an intimate party. Easter is one of those times when not just kids but even adults could take the opportunity to celebrate over a private brunch. Who doesn’t love brunch? We all need an excuse from our time chasing schedules and whirlwind corporate lifestyle to take time and luxuriate with loved ones. Last year we had curated a list of private dining rooms in United States for the perfect Easter brunch, this year we enlist restaurants from Canada to France that offer exclusivity in their service and venue as much as their menu. But you need not limit the occasion to Easter these restaurants should be on your list through the year.
Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge at the acclaimed and award-winning Wedgewood Hotels & Spa is an epicurean haven. Executive Chef Simon Bolsover who has been the culinary leader at some of England’s best hotels, leads the team at Bacchus after a luminous 25 years in the industry. The jewel in the crown of this decadent restaurant is its private dining area. The Library Room in particular, is quite the center of attraction when it comes to private lunch and dinners for festivity and special occasions. The private dining room is suitably intimate for a lovely Easter lunch for a gathering of 20 and you can follow it up with Afternoon Tea as well. If you are throwing a bigger Easter party the Liaisons Room would be perfect for 60 guests. Since it is the desired spot in Vancouver for private events you can buy out the entire venue if you wish to keep your gathering really exclusive. The Wedgewood Hotel & Spa is a member of the Relais & Chateaux group and promises nothing short of the best in luxury. For details and reservations please visit Bacchus Restaurant & Lounge
There is a reason why Canlis is the one venue you’d choose for a private brunch, their service ethic calls it a home and carries with it the intimacy of a home. This urbane and refined restaurant that looks very much like a 50s luxury home with mahogany wood and stone walls is the most coveted spot for dining. Their private dining rooms take the experience a notch higher if it wasn’t already exemplary. Surrounded by jaw-dropping vistas of the Lake Union and Cascade Mountain the two spacious rooms for a group gathering offer a private bar, fireplace and ample room for a private lounge setting and dining table. The Penthouse is aptly called for its luxuries comprising of a bar, the spellbinding view and space to accommodate over 50 to 80 guests. The Executive Room boasts of its own fireplace and has the perfect setting for an intimate family brunch hosting 20 guests. They are not operational on Sunday but that shouldn’t stop you from hosting a brunch on a Saturday or Monday after Easter. The group menus are defined and you could choose from having a Premium Open Bar or just the best No Holds Bar to let your guests say cheers to the best beverages in the world.
For details and reservations please visit Canlis.
The Square near Berkeley Gardens is a 2 Michelin Star restaurant in London spearheaded by Chef Phil Howard. An upscale venue that takes pride in excellence since a quarter of the century is one of the best restaurants in London for a private lunch. Their private dining room is the intimate cocoon serving 18 guests enabling the intuitive service and exceptional culinary craftsmanship. The private lunch menu is predefined however the stature this restaurant holds to sweep their guests off their feet you could discuss your personal requests for the private event. Chef Howard’s team is up for any challenge when it comes to exclusive personal events like a private brunch and they mean business when they say ‘bespoke experience’.
For details and reservations please visit The Square.
For an epic private lunch, you need an epic venue and we’re not talking about a stadium or any gimmick that comes close to mocking epic. No! We’re talking Paris -the Mecca of gastronomy and if you wish to dine in the belly of this beast, we have two words – Le Grand Vefour. The crown jewel on Rue de Beaujolais has been a premier fine dining restaurant in Paris dating back two centuries to 1780s and has been considered royalty among gastronomes. Legendary Chef and Restaurateur – Guy Martin acquired this landmark in history in 2011 and has crafted its future to stand the test of time. It exclusive and charming private dining room welcomes 20 guests and would be an unrivalled venue for the most exclusive brunch with family.
For details and reservations please visit Le Grand Vefour.