‘Tis the season to brunch with Santa

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Parents and kids are invited to dine with Santa Claus at Aviator Sports and Events Center on Dec. 14. Residents of all ages can munch and mingle with the jolly old elf himself at the “Brunch with Santa” event — and everyone will leave with a permanent memory of the magical meal.

“Everybody will receive a photo with Santa,” said Jaclyn Muns, a spokeswoman for Aviator, adding that the photos are printed immediately after they’re taken. “It can be just the child or the whole family.”

There will be two seatings for the meal — at 9 am and again at noon — and menu includes breakfast options such as pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, bacon, sausage, fruit salad, potato frittata, and bacon-cheddar quiche. There are also lunch options, like Caesar salad and house salad. The drink selection includes orange juice, apple juice, coffee, and tea.

Plus — since it is brunch, after all — adults can also treat themselves to a Bloody Mary or mimosa.

After families finish eating, Muns said they can make colorful crafts to display during the holiday season.

“They can do sand art and color and put together different holiday crafts,” she said.

The day also gives residents a chance to get on Santa’s “nice list.” Aviator is holding a toy drive for Toys for Tots in conjunction with the event, and Muns said residents who bring a new, unwrapped toy to the brunch will receive a special gift for their donation.

Brunch with Santa at Aviator Sports and Events Center [3159 Flatbush Ave., between the Shore Parkway and Aviation Road,, (718)758–7551]. Dec. 14 at 9 am and noon. $22 general, $20 for kids under 12. Kids under 3 are free. RSVP by Dec. 8.

Reach reporter Vanessa Ogle at or by calling (718) 260–4507. Follow her
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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