Spotted: “Golden Egg” at Rosewood Sand Hill hotel in Menlo Park

by Contributed Content on March 26, 2013

That’s one big “Golden Egg” on display in the lobby of the Rosewood Sand Hill hotel in Menlo Park. It was created in-house by Executive Pastry Chef Mellisa Root using over 400 pounds of chocolate!

Joining the “Golden Egg” on Easter Sunday will be an outdoor petting zoo, featuring rabbits, ducks, chickens, goats, pot-belly pigs and sheep; donations will benefit the Palo Alto Humane Society.  Additionally, the hotel will offer Easter cookie decorating for kids of all ages as well as visiting and picture-taking with the Easter Rabbit.

The hotel’s restaurant, Madera, will be serving a three-course Easter brunch led by Executive Chef Peter Rudolph with Easter pastries and bonbons prepared in-house from the hotel’s chocolate line. The cost for brunch is $85, with half price children’s menu. Reservations can be made via OpenTable or by calling (650) 561-1540.

One Comment

Brandt Hardin March 26, 2013 at 2:28 pm

We must remember the true meaning of the Easter holiday and the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Oschter Haws (the original name for the Easter Bunny) is a fictitious embodiment of all that is unholy with American gluttony for chocolate, candy, eggs and all things savory and sinful.

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