Feed Your Weekend Appetite (And More) at the Epicurean: November 6 through November 8
Looking to Awaken Appetites Unknown? We have plenty to whet your appetite with everything we have going on at the Epicurean Hotel this weekend and beyond.
Weekly happenings at the Epicurean Hotel include:
Mondays through Thursdays in Spa Evangeline
Time Management Therapy, 30-Minute Express Services
We get it; you’re busy. That doesn’t mean you can’t make time to relax! Sometimes 30-minutes is all you need to feel rejuvenated and ready to conquer the busy week ahead! To top it off, these 30-minute pampering sessions include a complimentary glass of champagne, wine, or Maker’s Mark. (Done & done!) Choose from the Sparkling Moscato Manicure ($30), Pinot Grigio Pedicure ($45), Food for the Sole ($65), Sauvignon Blanc Scalp Massage (15-min $30), Bourbon Back Soother ($30) and the Maker’s Mark Target Massage ($65). For more information and details on each treatment, visit the Spa Evangeline website or call 813-999-8742. *menu & prices could vary seasonally. New spa special alert! The FarmHouse Fresh Introductory Facial; a 30-minute facial for only $50!
Bonus: Spa Evangeline has extended their hours! Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. More hours means more pampering.
Happy Hour Everyday From 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in Élevage Bar
Enjoy the happy hour that everyone is raving about! Featuring $5 Chef Chad’s choice appetizers, $5 cocktails, $5 wines by the glass, and $3 beers. Isn’t it time you elevated your Happy Hour expectations? And, we’ll keep it fresh and exciting by changing the menu and selections each week. Just remember; the menu may change, but the prices will stay the same.
Coming up you don’t want to miss …
Old World Adventures — New World Wines; Joel Gott and Charles Bieler
Tuesday, November 10, in the Epicurean Theatre (6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.)
Long-time friends and winemaking partners Joel Gott and Charles Bieler reveal their favorite winemaking regions, styles and adventures from around the globe. They’ll share how these experiences have influenced their respective West Coast wine brands, Joel Gott Wines and Charles & Charles (in partnership with Washington State wine icon, Charles Smith). Tickets cost $40. To purchase tickets and learn more, visit www.EpicureanTheatre.com.
Thursday, November 12, in the Epicurean Theatre (7 p.m.–9 p.m.)
Become the “Pit Master” of your own kitchen with the Epicurean’s very own, Chef Max Sherard! Chef Max will divulge his secrets on how to get the same great taste of “low and slow smoking” in the comfort of your very own kitchen, paired with an unbelievablydelicious menu. Tickets cost $65. To purchase tickets and learn more, visitwww.EpicureanTheatre.com.