The glow of the lights and the sound of carols in the background make our annual Christmas dinner buffet a warm and relaxing experience. Bring your friends and family to enjoy Chefs Richard's and Roland's delicious selections.
Mouths all over campus are already watering in anticipation of Christmas pudding and turkey with all the trimmings. Come one, come all from November 30th to December 23rd, but call first for availability as this one fills fast.
Mix and mingle with friends and colleagues from all departments
for some holiday cheer
and festive fare created by
Chefs Richard & Roland
A ghostly gourmet table filled with bubbly brews, tasty toadstools and dastardly dishes lie in wait to scare up a monstrous appetite at the Club’s annual Halloween buffet. Come on in to our terror-tory and satisfy those horror-ible cravings. BOO!
A milestone reached is a reason to celebrate. Bring your grads, families and friends to the club for Chef Richard’s pre-fixe convocation luncheon menu.
Gobble, gobble, gobble up some turkey from the bounty of Chef Richard’s Thanksgiving table then top it off with warm pumpkin bread pudding or fresh carrot cake with cream cheese icing .There’s nothing like a turkey coma in the afternoon to make you appreciate the season .Bring the whole office and enjoy your feast together.
The East coast meets Waterloo with a feature menu to close out our summer. Choose a lighter lobster niçoise salad or go all the way and choose your lobster butter braised with Chef Richard’s gnocchi and a mascarpone cream sauce.
The countdown to Christmas is on! 155 days to go. Here at the Club we are a little impatient so we are hosting our own little Christmas in July buffet on the 22rd.Turkey with all the trimmings in the summer sunshine. What could be better?
Seasonal local flavours and regional dishes from across Canada are featured this week as homage to our much-loved country. Celebrate Canada’s birthday with us all week. Bonne Fête Canada et tout les Canadiens.
Graduation –A lifelong adventure in learning awaits your graduate as they leave school and become the next generation of leaders. Show them your pride at a celebratory lunch in their honour.
Bring the family to brunch at the Club and give Mom a restful and elegant start to her special day.
A survey by Gallup showed that most of us want nothing more than to be appreciated in our workplace. The Club would like to help make that an easy task. Say "thank you" to your colleagues with a delicious buffet (or three) at the Club
The ancient Saxons celebrated the return of spring with a festival commemorating their Goddess of Offspring, Eastre, who was celebrated through her earthly symbol of the rabbit. From the earliest times, the egg was symbol of birth and was often wrapped in gold leaf or coloured with flower petals and exchanged.
The ancient Saxons celebrated the return of spring with a festival commemorating their Goddess of Offspring, Eastre, who was celebrated through her earthly symbol of the rabbit. from the earliest times, the egg was a symbol of birth and was often wrapped in gold leaf or coloured with flower petals and exchanged.
Chef Richard Cramm will be celebrating International Women's Day with a special menu featuring recipes from renowned female chefs who have inspired his culinary career.
An alluring selection of Valentine's Day treats and temptations are sure to tantalize your appetite at the University Club. come start your romantic long weekend with our annual luncheon.
The game is afoot. Taste the tempting flavours of Canada's homegrown meats at our first game day luncheon, then finish with a decadent beaver tail for the full Northern experience.
Nostalgia is the road to winter warmth, so come and wrap yourself in cosy memories of chicken pot pie and baked apples this January