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Sunday Brunch at the Woods

Brunch will not be open Sunday, Oct. 24

Due to a private gathering scheduled in O’Shaughnessy, we will not be serving brunch on Sunday, Oct. 24. Join us when we reopen on Sunday, Oct. 31.

A little info about brunch

O’Shaughnessy Dining Room
10:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

Sunday Brunch is catered by Bon Appétit. They cook from scratch using fresh, authentic ingredients and feature local farms and artisans. Each Sunday you’ll enjoy a selection of traditional breakfast favorites and homestyle lunch dishes. There is also an omelet bar, waffle station and meat carving area. Delectable desserts and your choice of beverages are also included.

We encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance to help us better plan and be more sustainable, especially if you have a large party of more than eight. Food is cooked from scratch, so knowing this information ensures that we will be better prepared to serve you and all of our guests.

Tickets are sold online until midnight on the Saturday prior to brunch. But don’t worry. You can always purchase tickets at the door if you’re feeling spontaneous.

When you arrive at O’Shaughnessy you’ll be seated by our friendly staff who will take your drink order. You are then free to visit the food stations as often as you like.

You can preview the menu each week. Just click the button below. Because food is cooked from scratch using fresh ingredients, menus may not be available until closer to the brunch date.

Ticket information

Thank you for purchasing your tickets in advance. This not only helps us know how much food to prepare, it also helps us be more sustainable.

Brunch will be closed on Sunday, Oct. 24 and Sunday, Dec. 26.

Ticket prices

  • Adults: $17.50 plus tax
  • Seniors (62+): $16.50 plus tax
  • Child (5-11): $9.50 plus tax
  • Child (4 and under): Free

While you’re here!

The Shrine of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin has several of her personal belongings.

Our inside spaces including the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Blessed Sacrament Chapel and Shrine of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin are once again open to the public.

All visitors must wear a mask when indoors except when dining.

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