Mar 272012
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Celebrate Easter with an Array of Culinary Delights at Inn of the Mountain Gods

MESCALERO, N.M. (2012)Offering something for everyone, celebrate Easter with Inn of the Mountain Gods and enjoy complete holiday meals from simple comfort food at Smokey B’s and Big Game Sports Bar to endless servings at Gathering of the Nations and Wendell’s buffets.

Enjoy a true Easter feast and indulge in fine dining at the Inn’s signature dining establishment, Wendell’s, featuring a special Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For just $44.99 per adult, $35.99 per senior and $17.99 per child, the meal includes a made to order omelet bar in addition to selections from the Carver such as herb rubbed and fire roasted prime rib and Talus Ranch Baked Leg of Lamb with caramelized sweet onions. Main fare selections include Bronzed Loin of Pork, Eggs Benedict topped with Hollandaise and Caviar, Cashew Crusted Atlantic Salmon and Flame Broiled Beef Tenderloin Medallions. Enjoy side compliments such as a sautéed Petit Patty Pan, Zucchini and Summer Squash, rice pilaf with Mediterranean Almonds and Reggiano and Italian Parsley Stuffed Roma Tomatoes, in addition to a wide selection of salads from Bay Shrimp and Farfalle Pasta salad to mixed greens. Round out the meal and enjoy a selection of tapas such as assorted cheeses from around the world, fresh fruits and seafood options. The Inn’s Bakery Shop will provide an array of sweet endings.

Take a culinary trip around the world at Gathering of Nations Buffet. Start your Easter meal with a trip to the salad bar loaded with options such as Peel and Eat Shrimp, Oysters on the Half-Shell, Penne Pasta Tossed with Snow Peas and a mixture of greens and fresh fruit. Next stop is the Rio Grande Grill serving Menudo, Pavo en Pipain, Tortilla Crusted Tilapia with lemon herb butter and Red and Green Beef and Chicken Enchiladas. The Carving Section will make your mouth water with such offerings as slow roasted prime rib and honey baked Virginia ham with Mango Chutney. Don’t forget about Mama’s Kitchen for dishes including crispy Long Island Duck Breast, Red Snapper with Poblano Hollandaise, St. Louis Pork Ribs and, Green Bean Casserole and Smashed Yukon Gold Potatoes.

Indulge in the Tuscan Grill’s entrees such as Sautéed Chicken on Marsala Cilantro Sauce, Stuffed Pork Loin with Spinach and Pine Nuts, Amaretto Cream Cheese Stuffed Cannolis and fresh baked Calzones and Pizza. One last stop at Chow-Chow for a taste of Szechuan Twice Cooked Pork, Shrimp Lo-Mein Noodles, Shiitake Mushrooms Miso soup with Sun Dried Anchovies and fresh Sushi to top it all off. End your culinary trip with the Inn’s pastry creations of Petits Fours, pies and Easter cookie and cakes. Guests can dig in for just $28.99 per adult, $23.99 per senior and $12.99 per child. The buffet will be open Easter Sunday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

If you’re looking for simple comfort food look no further than Smokey B’s Easter menu which includes your choice Baked Ham with Rosemary and Sweet Vermouth or fresh BBQ Pork served with home made scalloped potatoes, baby carrots with dill butter parmesan and Thyme rolls. Top it all off with home made carrot cake. Smokey B’s menu is available 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Adults $12.99 per adult and $8.99 per child. The Inn’s Big Game Sports Bar will also be featuring a pulled pork barbecue sandwich for just $9.99 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For more information on Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort & Casino or its associated enterprises, visit or call 888-262-0478.

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