Fleur Delicious Weekend

July 7th-12th 2015

Fleur Delicious Weekend is a Celebration of all the Senses: Sight, Hearing, Smell, Taste and Touch in the historic village of Eureka Springs, AR. It is a French-themed weekend in which restaurants, bars, art galleries, boutiques, spas, and music venues participate with French inspired indulgences in Food, Wine, Spirits, Art, Entertainment and Luxe Galore. Everyone is welcome to participate in any way imaginable. For more information about Fleur Delicious Weekend, please visit FleurDeliciousWeekend.com

The Crescent Hotel will be participating in this festive weekend by offering French Champagne and a French themed food station during Sunday Brunch on July 12th in the Crystal Ballroom.  Brunch is served from 11am to 2pm. Reservations Recommended by calling: 479-253-9652.

The Sky Bar Gourmet Pizzeria (on the 4th floor of the hotel) serving a unique cocktail each day during Fleur Delicious Weekend with Ciroc Vodkas. Open 11am-9pm.

Eureka Springs Season in Full Swing

May brings travelers to Eureka Springs, Arkansas with Great Weather, New Attractions Opening for the Season and Lodging Discounts! 

Seniors traveling in May can find discounts on lodging, great dining and evening entertainment.   The opening of The Great Passion Play on Friday, May 1st is complimented by the George Brothers Show opening in Pine Mountain Jamboree and the exciting introduction of Lovin’ Every Minute, a high production show certain to dazzle you with stunning technical effects and music ranging from jazz to classic rock to broadway! Cirque-style acrobatics and performed downtown Tuesday-Saturday at 7:30pm in the city auditorium.

Couples looking to venture on a quick getaway can enjoy good outdoor weather while walking the many trails around downtown Eureka Springs or at the city park, Lake Leatherwood.  Lots of  shopping, spa discount packages, and nightlife to choose from.   “Phunkberry Music Festival” and outdoor festival in Eureka Springs is coming up May 7- May 10.  Check out lineup and tickets here.  Intrigue Theater is also another amazing show of Illusion and Mystery that will leave you guessing how they did it! Opening May 22 this season at Gavioli Theater.  View more info.

Bikers love the winding roads leading towards Eureka Springs.  Biker friendly hotels  are designed to accommodate the riders with comfortable rooms and amenities, discounts on spa services or dining, and locked and covered parking.  View Eureka Springs Ride Maps.

Love the Arts? Eureka Springs May Festival of the Arts has it all from one of a kind Art Exhibits, Galleries, Artrageous Parade, Music in the park, White Street Walk, Made By Me Maker’s Fair, Books & Bloom and more! View all calendar of events here.

Outdoor Adventure Week April 24th-28th

Eureka Springs Tells People “To GET OUT(side)!”

Within a twenty mile radius of Downtown, The greater Eureka Springs’ area offers convenient accessibility to a wealth of outdoor activities such as Beaver Lake, Table Rock Lake, Kings River, White River, Thorncrown Chapel, Blue Springs Heritage Center, Black Bass Lake, Lake Leatherwood, the Hogscald and Big Clifty areas, plus Holiday Island.  For even more activities within this area, there are numerous providers: scenic horseback riding stables, Starkey Park Marina, Beaver Dam Site Park, the 12,000-acre Hobbs State Park-Conservation Area, Madison County Game Refuge, War Eagle Mill, War Eagle Cavern, Onyx Cave, Cosmic Caverns, Roaring River State Park and Trout Hatchery, the Mark Twain National Forest with miles of ATV trails, Buffalo National River, Dogwood Canyon, Beaver Town, and the Pea Ridge National Military Park.  All are examples of the excellent outdoor adventures waiting to be experienced, and all of these places are just a short drive away when anyone chooses “America’s Victorian Village” as their vacation hub.eureka springs outdoor adventure week

Although many of these outdoor wonders are most accessible and enjoyable the year-round, many are at their peak during the months of spring.  That is why the Eureka Springs Parks Commission and its friends from EurekaSpringsOnline have partnered together to call all outdoor enthusiasts to Eureka Springs on the last week of April and specifically Saturday, April 25 for Lake Leatherwood Day: A Celebration of the Great Outdoors and the Ozark Mountain Region. (see more details below)

Jack Moyer, general manager of the Crescent and Basin Park stated, “We are adamant supporters of Eureka Springs’ great outdoors.  So, when we tell our guests and visitors to ‘Get out!’ we of course mean ‘Get outdoors!’ while they are visiting us here, encouraging them to enjoy all of the wonderful sights and activities with which our glorious surroundings are blessed.”

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Outdoor Adventure Week

April 24th-28th

Enjoy a weekend full of outdoor fun in Eureka Springs!
Stay at the Crescent all week or just 1 night and SAVE 25% on any room of your choice, including breakfast for two. Then participate in the following outdoor activities at discount provided by the Crescent Hotel:

Friday, April 24th: Hike to Kings River Overlook (free) View Map.lake leatherwood eureka springs
Saturday, April 25th: Lake Leatherwood Day!  View Map.

-10AM-2PM: FREE Boat Rental (Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center)

-11AM-1PM: FREE Guided Mountain Bike (Bring your bike.  Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center)

-Noon: FREE Guided Hike (Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center.)

Sunday, April 26th: Mountain Biking with Adventure Mountain Outfitters from the Crescent Hotel to Lake Leatherwood Park. For intermediate to advance riders. 1-2 hours. (Cost: $50 per person includes bike rental and guide)
Monday, April 27th: Horseback Riding with Dinner Bell Ranch (Cost $30, reduced from $35)
Tuesday, April 28th: Float Trip on the Kings River. 8 1/2 mile float trip with Kings River Outfitters. Includes shuttle, canoe for two, and necessities. (Cost:$60 for two, reduced from $75.)

View the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa Outdoor Adventure Week Deal, Click Here.

View the 1905 Basin Park Hotel Outdoor Adventure Week Deal, Click Here.

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Lake Leatherwood Day Celebration Weekend Activities Announced

The Eureka Springs Parks Department welcomes residents and visitors alike to enjoy the weekend long celebration being called Lake Leatherwood Day: A Celebration of the Great Outdoors and the Ozark Mountain Region, Saturday April 25th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   Activities scheduled for the celebration make up a large and varied list of fun family stuff to do, including:lake leatherwood day

10AM-2PM: FREE Boat Rental (Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center)

11AM-1PM: FREE Guided Mountain Bike (Bring your bike.  Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center)

Noon: FREE Guided Hike (Meet at the Lake Leatherwood boating center.)

  • For Mountain Bikers-Eureka Springs is known for its rugged landscape making it a mountain biking haven. The temperature is perfect this time of year for biking. The truth is, experienced mountain bikers and those who are just getting into it will find that Eureka Springs has something to offer for all levels and interests. Adventure Mountain Outfitters is the local cycling authority and offers rentals, repairs and comprehensive information on the sport. There is a reason that Eureka Springs is the home of major events like the Fat Tire Festival!
  • For Hikers In-City Trails-Whether you have 30 minutes or all day, hiking in and around Eureka Springs spectacular. Easily accessible trails are located near most Eureka Springs lodging. For some light hiking, try following some of the city historic trails, view map, which are marked by historic plaques, discover the dozens of historic natural springs or explore Eureka Springs prettiest street. For day hiking, consider hiking along Lake Leatherwood trails or visit Blue Spring Heritage Center.
  • Black Bass Lake is a natural area located on 200 hidden acres only a quarter of a mile from the heart of downtown Eureka Springs.  Black Bass Lake presently has two-and-a-half miles of hiking trails although construction has begun to connect the trails between Black Bass Lake and Lake Leatherwood.  In addition to hiking, Black Bass Lake offers a historic and picturesque dam, beautiful scenery, and great fishing on the lake itself.  This is a perfect spot to spend a warm afternoon taking in the wonders of nature.
  • Lake Leatherwood City Park, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, exhibits many different ways to enjoy the outdoors.  The park has more than 20 miles of single-track nature trails, used by both hikers and mountain bikers. Mountain bikers especially love the unique challenges the trails hold with its rocky ledges, steep slopes, creek crossings and varied terrain.  The very successful Fat Tire Festival is held annually here at this outdoor playground.  Shady picnic areas are provided, and the lake has a WPA-built diving platform, and swimming, camping, birding, and other watchable wildlife abound.  There are also such amenities as canoe, paddleboat, and boat rentals.  There is a ball field, a bathhouse, a marina, boat launch, a barbecue shelter house, a playground and an area for volleyball.  Leatherwood Park is handicap accessible and has the unique recognition as being one of America’s largest city parks.

 

Other outdoor offerings complimenting the city-owned spaces for the celebration are some of the most exciting outdoor venues unique to Eureka Springs, Arkansas, USA:

  • A little south of Eureka Springs, there is the Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge, which is a safe haven for big cats such as tigers, lions, leopards, and cougars.  Additionally, they have bears and other animals that visitors can watch for an extraordinary wildlife adventure.  Turpentine Creek also hosts Eureka’s Annual Kite Festival and Native American Pow-Wow Festival.
  • Not far from Turpentine Creek, sits Quigley Castle, a unique dwelling built for a woman -by that woman- who wanted to bring nature indoors.  The one-of-a-kind structure was hand-constructed with rocks and stones she collected from all over the world.
  • Just off Arkansas Highway 12, War Eagle Mill is a scenic place and home to not only the Bean Palace Restaurant but also one of America’s most successful craft shows.  This multi-day annual event is held both in the spring and in the fall of each year and is two of the highest attended craft fairs in the country.
  • Nearby War Eagle Cavern offers a bat’s eye view of stunning underground scenery, nature paths, gem and fossil panning, and lodging.
  • Beaver Lake, west of Eureka, has 500 miles of shoreline alone.  It boasts some of the best fishing in the area, with many fishing tournaments held annually.  Visitors can kayak, catch a trophy bass, striper, or walleye, and then relax in one of the many parks offering camping, picnicking, and swimming.  This crystal-clear lake is the fifth most visited lake in the country that is operated the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
  • Eureka Springs’ Marina – Starkey Park offers camping, a marina and boat launch, fishing, water sports, eagle watch, pavilion and is home to The Belle of the Ozarks, a “ship” offering wonderful sightseeing excursions including those that “set sail” to do some seasonal eagle watching.
  • The Dam Site Park is one of the most popular parks in the area and is located near Beaver Dam.  Many unique lodging facilities are available nearby, as well as sailing, power house tours, fishing, scuba and driving tours.
  • At C&J Sports, located near Beaver Dam, guests can make their way through an excellent archery course, or play a game of paintball.  Scuba diving is offered and quite popular in the clear waters of Beaver Lake.
  • The White River, also west of Eureka Springs, is known for some of the best trout fishing anywhere.  There are stores in the area that are well equipped to outfit anyone wishing to have an adventure on the White River, whether it is fishing, canoeing, kayaking, camping, or anything else a visitor can dream up.
  • A little farther out U.S. Highway 62 West, Blue Spring Heritage Center is on the National Register of Historic Places, and has been drawing visitors since 1948.  Thirty-eight million gallons of clear water pour out daily into the trout filled sparkling blue lagoon below.  Blue Spring with its unique bluff shelter was part of the Trail of Tears upon which Cherokee and other Native American tribes traveled to their new, designated home in Oklahoma.
  • Near Blue Spring, Inspiration Point rises high above the White River valley, and has a spectacular view that beckons guests to pull off the road and take in the tranquil scenery.
  • E. Fay Jones globally award-winning Thorncrown Chapel, also known as the “glass chapel”, is home to thousands of weddings each year and can be seen peeking out through the treetops west of Eureka.  Its distinctive architecture proudly displays 425 windows and 6,000 square feet of glass with interior acoustics that must be heard to be believed.
  •  Traveling east of Eureka Springs, the choices in outdoor activities are abundant.  The Kings River is waiting to show guests some beautiful scenery.  This river is about 90 miles long, and has many attractive features, such as colorful bluffs, unique flora and fauna, and is a fine place to watch for wildlife.  Many eagles have been spotted along the banks of the Kings.  The small-mouth bass fishing is excellent, as are the float trips in a canoe or kayak.
  • Caving offers abundant venues in the greater Eureka area.  For example, Onyx Cave, which was discovered in 1891, is one of the oldest show caves in Arkansas.  They offer tours that include beautiful underground formations.  Cosmic Caverns, close to Berryville, has many one-of-a-kind natural wonders.  It has been named one of the top 10 show caves in the U.S. with its two underground bottomless lakes (lakes in which divers have never 0found the bottom), one of which features cave trout.  Rare, blind cave salamanders sometimes show themselves during tours at nearby Cosmic Caverns.
  • Still on the east side of town, visitors can experience one of the best ways to enjoy the scenery of The Ozarks via horseback.  Red Bud Riding Stables, a family-owned business, has been showing folks around the “hills-n-hollers” on horseback for more than 20 years.  The hospitable guides at Red Bud are knowledgeable about plant and animal life, and the trails cover a variety of terrain on the privately owned wildlife preserve.
  • Also for enthusiastic equestrians, the Dinner Bell Ranch & Resort is a place where the horseback rides are suitable for all ages and skill levels.  The trails offer spectacular panoramic views, as well as possible wildlife sightings.  Riders can choose from many different types and lengths of rides, anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours.   Guests can have a real outdoor experience with breakfast, lunch, or dinner rides where a tasty meal is cooked up over a campfire.
  • Back to the west, the town of Beaver is one of those charming little spots where visitors love to explore.  The history there is rich with old trails and the much-photographed Beaver Town Bridge.  This “Little Golden Gate” bridge is a 554-foot single-lane expansion over the White River.  The Beaver Recreation Park is located here, with camping, floating, RV Park, boat launch and a quaint little store.  Rock Climbing is a popular sport in this area.

Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt

Enjoy a grand Easter Brunch servedd in the Crystal Ballroom with all the traditional fixings. 10am-2pm. Reservations are recommended by calling: 479-253-9652

Easter Menu:

Omelet Station

Spring Vegetable Frittata

Sausage

Bacon

Biscuits and Gravy

Peel and Eat Shrimp

Bagels and Lox

Fresh Fruit and Cheese Display

Chocolate Fountain

Assorted Desserts

Assorted Breakfast Breads

Carved Prime Rib

Carved Candied Ham

Salmon over wild rice with Sweet Corn Chowder Sauce

Oven Roasted Pork Loin with BBQ Onion Jus Lie

Cornish Game Hen with Rosemary

Potatoes Au Gratin

Grilled Asparagus with White Wine Lemon Butter Sauce

Assorted Fresh Homeade Salads

 

$27.95 per person (18 and up),  $12.95 (5-17), 4 and under Free

Seating is from 10am to 2pm.  Champagne begins at 10am.

Call 479 253 9652 for your reservation.

 

Annual Crescent Egg Hunt

Egg Hunt Begins at 1pm

Two age groups:
0-6 East Lawn location
6-12 Fountain Garden location
Easter bunny comes to visit on the Boardwalk at 1pm. Bring your cameras!

Spring Break FUN

Spring Break Eureka Springs

Families all over Arkansas / Oklahoma and Missouri have had one week in March circled on their calendars since the school year started.  Inside that circle are written the words “Eureka Springs”.  Why?  Because kids’ love to spend Spring Break in a place not too far away that thrills with zip-lines, ghost hunting, lions and tigers, and so much more.  That’s why families from “SEC Country” will be traveling to the Arkansas Ozarks and the “Extraordinary Spring Break Escape”: Eureka Springs.Eureka Springs Ziplines

Here families can challenge the state’s highest zip-line as speeds through the canopy of trees high in the Ozark hills.  Ozark Mountain Zip-lines offer an extreme adventure for ages three and up.  Ten zip-lines 120- to 1800-feet long suspended 20-to 200-feet above the ground.

At least two hotels in Eureka Springs offer top-rated ghost hunting.  The 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa has become known as “America’s most haunted hotelSpirits of the Basin Tour” because of the unparalleled paranormal discoveries, seen and/or digitally captured by those on the hotel’s nightly ghost tour as well as numerous television programs such as SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters”.  The newest venture into the past and the beyond is the 1905 Basin Park Hotel’s “Spirits of The Basin” nightly tour.  This top to bottom tour of Downtown Eureka’s only skyscraper introduces names and mental images of those who have walked –and some say still walking- the hallways of this historic seven story structure and the tales that have made them immortal.

Saved from extinction, more than 100 big cats at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge roam their natural habitats roaring and wTurpentine Creek Wildlife Refugeaiting for families’ close-up looks.  These lions and tigers and bears, creatures that someday may be only a picture online, become stars of safe safaris daily.  These massive, beautiful animals were rescued from awful circumstances and given a new chance to live out their years here in a loving, caring natural environment.

Other family-friendly Spring Break attractions include hiking the “hills and hollers” of the urban Ozark trails, sojourning through time on the Downtown-N- Underground tour; experiencing the inspiration of The Great Passion Play’s Bible Museum and The Great Passion Playpre-arranged Holy Land Tour; holding on tight on the back deck of a vintage trolley as it traverses over Eureka’s twisty, zigzag, up and down streets; and capturing “new history” with an antique family photo at Judge Roy Bean’s.

Planning a Eureka Springs’ Spring Break is also fun and easy by finding Things To Do on EurekaSpringsOnline.com and booking tickets and securing Hot Deals on ReserveEureka.com.

Just for the Two of You

Getaway to Eureka Springs this Winter with Just the Two of You! 

Overnight in the 1886 Crescent Hotel & Spa, a Mountaintop Spa Resort in Eureka Springs, Arkasnas and enjoy a breathtaking and unique setting with a romantic weekend package built for just the Two of You. Order up a bottle of wine with chocolate, relax with a couples massage, and make it a half day of relaxation with a good book stretching your spa time in the hot tub or spa chill space. All included in your package and less than $500.

-2 Night Stay in a Premium Room ($199)
-Wine & Chocolate (wine $50, chocolate $15)
-Couples Massage ($153)

$417 plus tax. Valid Weekends, 2/20-2/28.  Check Availability. 

View additional Hot Deals.

View Winter Things To Do

 

Eureka Springs Mardi Gras Festival

Celebrating its 10th Year in 2015, the Eureka Springs, Arkansas Mardi Gras is truly a Eureka Springs Mardi GrasNew Orleans style Mardi Gras set in the beautiful Ozark Mountains of Arkansas within the downtown area of Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

February 6th-17th 2015

This Year’s Theme is Carnival Around The World!

Plan a trip to Eureka Springs for this FUN & Colorful festival set in the Ozarks. With two parades, public balls, royal court, beads, and live music throughout downtown you will not want to miss this one of a kind event!

You Are Invited! 2 PUBLIC BALLS
Mayor’s Ball-2/6
Residents & Visitors Welcome
Second Line & Beads
Live music from Joe Giles and the Homewreckers! Come in costume or casual
$25 per person
Location: Basin Park Hotel
12 Spring St. Eureka Springs, AR 72632

Black Light Ball-2/7

Visitors are welcome to attend this Sexy, Artistic, & Fun event in a stylish underground space with Black Light Paint, Models, Music & More! $30 per person.  Limited Capacity. 8PM-Midnight. BUY TICKETS HERE.

View Entire Mardi Gras Festival Schedule.


Winter Spa Escape

THAT Amazing Spa is THIS Amazingly Close. Located just minutes away in Northwest Arkansas is a destination spa, The New Moon Spa, welcoming stressed visitors year round who seek relaxation.   Visit our Mountaintop Spa Resort and relax after the holidays by tucking yourself away in one of our Jacuzzi Suites or Private Cottages, indulge in our spa services, walk around our historic village, and dine at the 1886 Steakhouse.  For more Winter Things to Do in Eureka Springs, click here.

Take January to Recover:

Winter Spa Escape-Stay Monday -Thursday at just $99 in a Crescent Hotel Cottage and receive Spa Treatments at 10% Off! *Must make spa appointment separately. Not valid with any other pkg, or discount.

Valid Monday-Thursday, 1/1-1/29. Check Availability.

Winter Vacation
Buy two nights at regular rate and Get the 3rd Night for JUST $18.86.  Includes Breakfast for two.
Valid any day of the week, 1/1-1/31. Call to reserve: 877-342-9766

20% OFF Spa Services 
Receive 20% off any spa service on Fridays in January.
Call the New Moon Spa for discount: 479-253-2879. Not valid with any other pkg, or discount.

For all spa services visit: www.newmoonspa.com

Eureka Springs Paranormal Weekend

Eureka Springs  Paranormal Weekend invites your to join us in another 3 Day Paranormal Event January 9, 10, 11 2015.  The ESP event will again feature an expertly guided behind the scenes quest for evidence in the famed Crescent Hotel but will also include a one-of-a-kind investigation of its sister hotel, the 1905 Basin Park Hotel, which will be fully closed off and dark exclusively for event participants.

This three-day, hands on investigation puts tools of the paranormal investigator in your hands as well as an introduction to ghost hunting , tour of the property on the ghost tour and unheard of 24 hour access to “active space” including rooms 218, 419, and THE MORGUE at America’s Most Haunted Hotel.

Lodging Packages

2 Night ESP Package-Check Availability.

1 Night ESP Package-Check Availability.

Stayover Sunday for just $89  at the Crescent Hotel for the private investigation at the Basin Park Hotel.    The Basin Park Hotel will be fully closed off and dark exclusively for event participants only.  Call 877-342-9766 to Stayover Sunday at the Crescent.

 

We have capped attendance (and reluctantly had to turn some folks away) to keep the group sizes down to reasonable proportions. And we have extended the hours of access to active areas to include the entire night.

Late Friday and Saturday evenings, veteran Paranormal Investigator Larry Flaxman will guide small group investigations. When they conclude, the rest of the night is yours to independently investigate known active areas.

And on Sunday night Larry will be conducting a guided investigation of the sister hotel to the Crescent, the historic Basin Park – which will be closed and entirely empty for the occasion!

Ghost tours, a ghost play, Ozark tales of ghosts and the supernatural, personal ESP evaluation and the ever-popular Psychomanteum (this year constructed at the highest point in the Ozarks – the notorious Norman Baker’s penthouse suite, 502), van tours of Eureka Springs – all this and plenty of opportunities to meet and mingle with others of similar interests to your own – plus T-shirts!

If we were not able to accommodate you in 2015, please stay in touch and maybe we can be persuaded to run ESP for two weekends next year…

ESP weekend – a Eureka Springs tradition.


Swing in the New Year

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This Event is SOLD OUT.

Please join the New Years Eve Celebration Downtown at our sister hotel, the Basin Park Hotel, at the Ballroom Blitz.
Live Music & Dancing from Red Ambition.  Tickets are $25, purchase here.
479-253-7837.
www.basinpark.com

Pairing the excited energy of New Year’s Eve with the classy elegance of the old school 1940′s supper club era, The Crescent Hotel & Spa starts a new tradition of celebration on NYE2014.

With music by Swing and a Miss, and dance by MelonLight studios, the Celebration begins with seating’s at 8 PM, 8:15 PM , 8:30 PM and 8:45 PM for the four-course meal, entertainment begins at 9  with dancing to follow until the Champagne toast at the stroke of Midnight. 21 and Over preferred. View menu below:

1st  Course: Guest’s choice of either Soup or Salad

Fresh Garden Salad or a Classic Caesar Salad

Creamy Lobster Bisque or French Onion Soup

2nd  Course: Guest’s choice of Appetizer

Pesto-stuffed Button Mushrooms with Mozzarella

(The Crescent’s historic) Crab Lorenzo in a spiced cream sauce over toast points.Glasses-of-Champagne460x300

 

3rd  Course: Guest’s choice of Entrée Prosciutto Wrapped Sea Scallops with Tangerine Sauce Jumbo sea scallops wrapped in shaved prosciutto and drizzled with a sweet tangerine sauce. Served with sweet potato hash and sautéed asparagus.

Grilled Rib Eye with a Coffee Caramel Glaze
A 14 oz. cut of Rib Eye grilled to your liking and lightly accented  with a coffee caramel glaze. Served with red skin mashed potatoes and steamed broccolini.
Classic Chicken Picatta
Pan seared chicken breast, paired with a white wine butter sauce featuring capers and slices of fresh lemon. Served with roasted fingerling potatoes and roasted julienne carrots.

 

4th Course: Guest’s choice of Dessert

Tiramisu served with a coffee liqueur mousse
Chocolate Lava Cake served with whipped cream and fresh strawberries

 

Want to Party Downtown? Visit our sister hotel, Basin Park Hotel, for the Ballroom Blitz with Live Music from Red Ambition! Click here for details.