Breakfast Under Glass – SOLD OUT

Breakfast Under Glass & Behind The Scenes Tour
Wake up and smell the flowers in this truly unique, first of its kind opportunity

North Garden

This year, give the gift of a unique experience. On Friday, December 14th, at 7am, 8:30am and 10am the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory invites the public to escape the chill and enjoy a hearty breakfast experience in the warm, lush, tropical North Garden followed by a behind-the-scenes tour of the expansive production greenhouse space and Sunken Garden’s Holiday Flower Show.

Reservations are now being accepted for this truly unique breakfast and behind the scenes opportunity. The cost for this all-inclusive event is $40 per person.

Enjoy a hearty, plated breakfast in the beautiful, lush, warm North Garden inside the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory.

Friday, December 14th, 2018

Breakfast Seating at 7am, 8:30am and 10:00am –  SOLD OUT

$40 per person (tables are set for two – ask about our options for larger parties)

Your scrumptious breakfast will include Brioche French Toast, Scrambled Eggs, Sausage, Mini Croissant, and Fresh Fruit Melon. Comes with Coffee or Tea

Seating is limited and advance reservations are required!

Complete the morning with an exclusive behind the scenes tour of the Conservatory.
Following the breakfast service guests will be treated to a rare behind-the-scenes tour of the Conservatory. This tour, led by a member of the Conservatory’s horticulture staff, includes an inside look at the building’s expansive production greenhouse space and the Sunken Garden featuring the Holiday Flower Show. See thousands of plants being cultivated for the upcoming Winter Flower Show, as well as several off-exhibit botanical collections of orchids, bromeliads, bonsai, and ferns. Learn what goes into creating the five spectacular annual flower shows in the Sunken Garden and how the Conservatory production greenhouses nurture plants for Como Education programs and select gardens for the City of Saint Paul.

Call 651-487-8250 for information on group tables.

While tips are always appreciated, this is a full service dining experience and they are not expected.

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