And not only is the Leopard Lounge open; theyre serving a traditional English holiday feast that would make the Queen weep (Elizabeth, not Freddy Mercury). Chef Gerard Coughlin and the crew known for serving eccentric versions of timeless English dishes will give you the choice of a succulent roast rib of beef with homemade gravy, crispy roast duckling, or fresh caught salmon. For desert: made-from-scratch Christmas pudding set alight with brandy at your table, along with fruity, flaky mince pies. Leopard Lounge will also be providing loads of Christmas crackers (those are like fireworks, not dry bread) for you to toy with, and Sinatra tunes from blue-eyed crooner Adam Austin. There are three seatings, 1, 4, and 7 p.m., and each costs $49.95 per adult and $16.95 per child. For reservations call 561-659-5800, ext. 154.
Tue., Dec. 25, 2007