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Valentine’s Day Brunch in the Garden

February 13, 2022 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Valentine’s Day Brunch in the Garden | Sunday, February 13 | Seatings at 11 am and 12:30 pm | Adults: $55 Kids 12 and under: $35 | National Aviary admission included

Savor delicious offerings from Chef Josef Karst and Atria’s Specialty Catering in a grand yet cozy space! Brunch includes admission to the National Aviary so you and your family can explore immersive, tropical habitats after dining. The Garden Room is located at the rear of the building, where large bird-friendly glass windows offer serene views of the surrounding garden and park.

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Enhanced safety protocols at the National Aviary include limited capacity to help you avoid crowds while enjoying immersive experiences with beautiful birds. Masks are required except for when seated for dining, and surfaces are disinfected frequently throughout the day. Click here to learn more.

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