Hotel Irvine’s Spectacular Spring Events

Our family LOVES Hotel Irvine! They are extremely family friendly and the culinary team there does an amazing job of creating delicious, mouthwatering dishes for every event or holiday you can think of.  I highly recommend you  check out some of their fabulous Spring events and experience their food and cocktails.

Easter Picnic in The Backyard

Sunday, April 16; Three Seatings: 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

This Easter extravaganza in The Backyard is where kids can take part in an all-out Easter egg hunt, pose for pictures with the Easter Bunny and put on their best smiles for photo booth fun. Guests can hop over to the chef-crafted buffet filled with brunch favorites like Huevos Rancheros, Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, Prime Rib and a build-your-own Mimosa Bar with fresh-squeezed juices.

$65 per adult; $15 per child ages five to 12, excluding tax and gratuities. Children four and under are free. For reservations visit HotelIrvine.com/happenings or call 949-225-6780 for more information.

 

Mother’s Day Brunch in The Backyard

Sunday, May 14; Three Seatings: 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3 p.m.

This Mother’s Day, the fun and festivities are an outdoor affair featuring a Farmers’ Market-inspired menu with Hand-Tossed Salads, Ahi Poke and Ceviche stations, Roasted Berkshire Ham and a build-your-own Mimosa Bar with fresh-squeezed juices. Plus guests can shop for locally sourced gifts like jams, honeys and fresh flowers as an extra treat to show the leading lady in their lives how awesome she really is.

$65 per adult; $15 per child ages five to 12, excluding tax and gratuities. Children four and under are free. For reservations visit HotelIrvine.com/happenings or call 949-225-6780 for more information.

 

Wine Nights at EATS Kitchen & Bar

Thursday, May 11, and Thursday, June 15, from 6:30 to 9 p.m.

New wine dinners are coming to EATS Kitchen & Bar. This spring two special dinners will each showcase an up-and-coming wine region – Austria and Argentina – highlighting select wineries from the region. Guests will be led through an interactive four-course meal, pairing these unique wines with an exclusive EATS menu.

Thursday, May 11 – Austrian Wineries:

  • Szigeti Sektkellerei (Burgenland)
  • Weingut Rainer Wess (Wachau)
  • Weingut Wieninger (Vienna)
  • Weingut Paul Achs (Neusiedlersee)
  • Pratsch (Niederösterreich)

Thursday, June 15 – Argentinian Wineries:

  • Bodega Santa Julia (Mendoza)
  • Bodega Catena Zapata (Mendoza)
  • Familia Zuccardi (Mendoza)
  • El Enemigo (Mendoza)

$60 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Reservation are required and limited to 50 guests per dinner. For reservations visit EatsKitchen.com/#events or call 949-225-6780 for more information.

 

March Madness at Red Bar and Lounge

March 14 to April 3

Red Bar and Lounge has got the brews. Sports nuts can catch their favorite NCAA March Madness games on the big screen and sip on $2 beers while they watch the action unfold.

 

Top of the Barrel at Red Bar and Lounge                                                                                    

During March, April and May

Barrel-aged, pre-prohibition cocktails with a modern twist at $13 each include Negroni, Old Fashioned and the Manhattan – created with Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Sazerac Dry Whiskey and Carpano Antica Vermouth, depending on the quaff. And, these brown spirits are all smoked and barrel-aged in American wood barrels for three weeks, adding more complex flavor for a smoother finish.

 

Smoke & Sip at Red Bar and Lounge

April and May from 3 p.m. daily

This is what lounging is all about. Every evening from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m., Red Bar and Lounge presents Smoke & Sip, where they will be sampling three different vintage single-malt Macallans paired with guest’s choice of a cigar from its selection. Smoke & Sip to be enjoyed on the patio for relaxation while taking in the cool evening breeze.

$35 per person, excluding tax and gratuity.

 

Pint Nights

Wednesdays during April and May

Red Bar and Lounge is offering its complete Draft Beer Line-up (16oz/pint) for $5 all night long. Especially recommended must-trys for California craft beer aficionados are Stone Delicious IPA and Karl Strauss Red Trolley Amber Ale both from San Diego and Barley Forge “The Patsy” Coconut Rye Stout crafted in Costa Mesa.

 

Favorite ongoing activities:

 

Good Eats Brunch

Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

At EATS Kitchen & Bar, there are $8 bottomless mimosas to keep the weekend party going all day long and a $14 build-your-own Bloody Mary bar with all the trimmings too.

 

Taco Twos Day

Hotel Irvine is doubling down on deliciousness. Every Tuesday, both EATS Kitchen & Bar and Red Bar and Lounge serve up their featured $2 tacos. New taco pairing being introduced this spring is $6 ceviche. And thirsty taco fans can pair their fare with fresh $5 margaritas.

 

$1 Buck Shuck

If it’s Wednesday, oyster fans can bet their bottom dollar on fresh, delicious oysters for just $1 each at EATS Kitchen & Bar – a taste of premium-quality varieties like Skookums, Fanny Bay, Chef’s Creek and Phantom Creek, served with a Bloody Mary granite, shallot mignonette, cocktail sauce, Tabasco and lemon wedges.

Minimum six per order.

 

Happy Hour at EATS Kitchen & Bar

After a long day there’s only one place to go: Happy Hour at EATS Kitchen & Bar. Every day from 5 to 7 p.m., there are $2 bites, $3 draft beers, $4 wines and craft cocktails and a whole lot of fun. Bar seating only and no reservations.

 

Happy Hour at Red Bar and Lounge

What do most coworkers, friends and dates have in common? A love for Happy Hour at Red Bar and Lounge. So they should come by any day of the week from 3 to 7 p.m. when select food and drinks are half off.

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