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Special advertising feature | PIC-Magellan to serve Sunday brunch again

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THE Magellan is the latest Pacific Islands Club food and beverage outlet to reopen.

The popular restaurant will once again serve Sunday brunch starting on Sept. 20.

PIC reopened its Seaside Grill for happy hour and dinner every Thursday, Friday and Saturday in mid-August.

Since Sept. 1, the Galley has  again been serving lunch from Monday to Friday. 

At The Magellan, customers will choose the food items they want and the staff will serve these to them.

“We will have multiple stations so if one  is busy, a customer can go to the other stations,” PIC general manager Gloria Cavanagh said.

The Magellan is known for its sushi, pasta, carving station, salads, breakfast items, desserts and a drink station that includes beers, wine and   champagne.

Tables are set up for social distancing and customers will be required to wear a mask when they are not at their tables.

Cavanagh encourages guests to make reservations because of the limited seating capacity. Call 234-7976, extension 2, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Saturday.

The Sunday brunch costs $30 per adult and $15 per child.  The Magellan is open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

To mark its reopening, PIC will also hold a raffle draw on Sept. 20 and 27.

“We are trying to add a little bit of normalcy during these unprecedented times,” Cavanagh said.

When PIC shut down early this year following the imposition of Covid-19 restrictions, Cavanagh said The Magellan was renovated, and its bakery and cold section were relocated to provide more room for the main kitchen.

“The kitchen now is bright and uncluttered and ready to serve our customers,” she added.

The Magellan can again accommodate special events and workshops, provided the organizers and participants will follow  government safety guidelines.

Cavanagh said PIC also renovated its restrooms, painted murals and other pieces of art, and completed a new outdoor stage.

She said PIC also plans to install a wooden deck and renovate some of the hotel’s signature rooms.

In addition, PIC may reopen some of the facilities of its waterpark, including the main and kiddie pools. “We are looking at the numbers and hopefully we can make a decision in October,” Cavanagh said.

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