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|Nov 29, 2014-|
Dec 21, 2014
02:00PM - 04:00PM
|Holiday Afternoon Tea at Hotel Healdsburg 2014|
Reservations accepted from 2 – 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays from 11/29 – 12/21.
This experience is for those who are looking to indulge while completing their shopping. Held every Saturday and Sunday from Thanksgiving leading up until Christmas, Hotel Healdsburg, located in Sonoma County’s wine country, will offer a unique Holiday Afternoon Tea Service, including a special offering for children.
From 2 - 4 p.m., guests can take a respite from enjoying the town of Healdsburg’s festive shopping experience, and convene in the lobby of the hotel for a tea break. The casual yet elegant service will mimic the relaxing experience of a day spa, as the hotel will even have live piano music in the lobby, lush winter floral arrangements and beautiful holiday décor to set the mood.
Here is a breakdown of the offerings of this “Wine Country Holiday Tea experience:”
Featuring Tea Domain (Acclalimed Chef Charlie Palmer’s new custom tea blends) with a choice of six loose leaf teas brewed to order: Chinese green, Earl Grey, English Breakfast, Pom Goji Berry Green Tea, Chai Spiced Black Tea, and Citrus Rooibos Tea. Healdsburg’s Dragonfly Tea Company: Lemon Ginger, Haute Provence and Chardonnay.
The menu will consist of a variety of traditional tea accompaniments with special wine country twists, all made in house by Chef Dustin Valette and Pastry Chef Andrew DiClimenti, highlighting the best of local Sonoma County ingredients. Guests will enjoy Smoked Salmon on Housemade Brioche, Spicy Hummus and Salted Cucumber, Open Faced Tartine with House Made Mustard, Sonoma County Vegetable Wraps, ‘A Good Egg’ Heritage Egg Salad Sandwich with Dustin’s Espelette, as well as a variety of scones, biscuits, housemade jellies, macarons, petits fours, and more. Click here [link to be inserted once menu is finalized] to view the full menu.
Holiday Tea at Hotel Healdsburg is a family affair and children will be able to enjoy special offerings as well! During the Holiday Tea Service, children will receive an individual child’s plate, hot chocolate with marshmallows and apple cider. And for a special treat, girls will get hand fans and white gloves and boys will receive fake mustaches and little top hats.
Tea Cocktails + Holiday Wines:
Spirit Bar is proudly supplying the non-tea beverages for Holiday Tea, including red, white and sparkling wines and featuring two signature holiday cocktail called The Madison with house infused mandarin spiced vodka, Cointreau, lime juice, orange and grenadine and Chocolate Cherry Manhattan with Maker’s Mark, Carpano Vermouth, Adult Grenadine, Cherry & Chocolate Bitters. Wines include: wines includes J Vineyards Cuvée 20, Brut, Russian River Valley; 2013 Quivira Sauvignon Blanc, Dry Creek Valley; 2012 Lime Stone Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley;
Reservations accepted from 2 – 4 pm on Saturdays and Sundays from 11/29 – 12/21. Call Dry Creek Kitchen at 707.431.2800 or email DCK@hotelhealdsburg.com to reserve.
About Hotel Healdsburg
Reflecting the town’s distinctive wine country ambience and gentle rusticity, the three-story Hotel Healdsburg features 49 handsomely appointed guest rooms and six suites, a 3,000-square-foot spa, a 60-foot outdoor pool, country gardens within the grounds, and Charlie Palmer’s internationally renowned Dry Creek Kitchen. Hotel Healdsburg is located at 25 Matheson Street at the corner of Healdsburg Avenue on the western edge of the Healdsburg Town Square. Hotel Healdsburg can be reached by phone at (707) 431-2800 or toll free at (800) 889-7188. Hotel Healdsburg can be visited on the Web at www.hotelhealdsburg.com
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