Wednesday, February 24, 2021

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Scarpetta Brunch

Celebrity Chef and TV personality Scott Conant invite you to Scarpetta at Fontainebleau for Sunday Brunch. Savor the clean, crisp flavors of Conant’s Italian heritage, where he shares some of his favorite mid-morning dishes with you. Select your personalized entrée from Lobster Benedict, Chicken Parmigiano, Filet Mignon, and more. Then, dive into expansive buffet offerings of chilled seafood, seasonally-inspired salads, a timpani station, a made-to-order frittata station, Italian cured meats and cheeses, and a dessert station featuring a variety of sweets. But there’s more—in true Scarpetta fashion, Chef’s classic Tomato and Basil Spaghetti and Duck and Foie Gras Ravioli are served to your family-style. Enjoy brunch every Sunday from 11:30 am to 3 pm, all amidst sun-drenched views of the Atlantic Ocean and Fontainebleau’s poolscape.


Sample Menu Selections
A celebratory meal featured at most Italian Sunday dinner tables. A testament to Italian food as a cuisine with deep, soulful roots, just like Scarpetta

salumi and formaggi::
Assorted Italian Cured Meats and Cheeses House-baked bread, caponata, and olives

frutta di mare::
Chilled Seafood Oysters, prawns, octopus, smoked salmon, mignonette, and lemon

Selection of Greens
Garden vegetables, caprese, and vinaigrettes

frittata bar::
Vegetables, pancetta, crab, fontina, farm fresh eggs, and egg whites

primi piatti::
Tomato and basil

Duck and Foie Gras Ravioli
Marsala reduction

secondi piatti::
choose one per guest
Fregola and Egg
Kale, tomato, pancetta, and poached egg

Vegetarian or carbonara

Lobster Benedict
Fried polenta cake and hollandaise

Filet Mignon
Asparagus and béarnaise

Chicken Parmigiano
Charred broccolini

Roasted cauliflower and brown butter

Belgian Waffle
Berries and salted butter

Selection of Artisanal pastries, cakes, panna cotta, gelato, chocolates, and confections

Unlimited   25
Prosecco, bellini, and mimosa

Unlimited   50



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