eat Choose a brunch menu that shows off a spectrum of fall and winter flavors like cinnamon, pumpkin, almond, and sage.
drink A bottle of bubbly is just right for a light brunch and Elayne Duff, a mixologist for Diageo North America, says that a classic brut or rose champagne is always good to have on hand. "You can serve it on its own or top it off with a classic French 75," says Duff.
Pollack suggests going with a Prosecco or Cava sparkling wine. "They will go a long way without hitting your pocket," he says, adding that rosés and fruity ice wines are also nice alternatives. Find these and more holiday essentials at FineWineAndGoodSpirits.com.
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be merry All you need on the breakfast table is a few sprigs of color. "You don't always have to do a big bouquet— smaller, petite flowers look beautiful in vintage juice glasses," says Roth. Pick up a fresh bunch or two at market value on Fridays and Saturdays at Robertson's locations in Chestnut Hill and Bryn Mawr. See what else Robertson's Flowers has to offer!
|1 OZ||Tanqueray London Dry Gin|
|half of a lemon||lemon Juice|
|.5 OZ||simple syrup|
|Shake with ice, strain into a champagne flute, and top with 1.25 oz. champagne.|