CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - On Sunday March 6, the Over-the-Rhine Foundation presents the "Bach to Bock Brunch" at Memorial Hall.
This event features German-style fare from Mecklenburg Gardens, classical music by 17 Mile Brass and a special presentation by Kevin Pape, principal of Gray and Pape, the firm responsible for excavating Washington Park's grave sites.
The event begins at Noon with a meet and greet reception, followed by a buffet brunch in the Hall's historic first floor meeting space.
Completed in 1908, Memorial Hall was designed by Cincinnati's most famous architect, Samuel Hannaford.
Guests will dine in the heart of its grandeur, surrounded by ornate wooden carvings, marble staircases and soaring winged windows.
Memorial Hall is located at 1225 Elm Street.
Following brunch, guests will enjoy Pape's presentation in the second floor auditorium, famous for its stunningly elaborate and detailed architecture.
Sunday's Bach to Bock Brunch tickets are $35. A cash bar will feature Christian Moerlein beer, mimosas and wine.
The brunch, sponsored by U.S. Bank, is scheduled from Noon to 2 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased at the venue on the day of the event or in advance.