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A new tradition has begun. Afternoon Tea at Hotel deluxe debuted in Portland on Tuesday, December 1st under the direction of the hotel’s tea sommelier, Kaitlin Dover.
Marrying the elegance of the English tradition with the kind of creative collaboration emblematic of the Portland experience, Afternoon Tea at Hotel deluxe will feature custom-blended teas from Smith Teamaker; tableside a la carte cocktail service from Portland’s expert cocktail curators, Bull in China; and a traditional menu of tea sandwiches, house-made scones, pastries by Petite Provence and assorted truffles by Moonstruck Chocolates.
Afternoon Tea is priced at $39 for adults, $18 for children age 12 and under (excluding gratuity) and will be served Sunday- Thursday with seatings available at 3 p.m., 3:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. The 90-minute experience can be enhanced with a glass of bubbly for $6 or something strong from the roving cocktail cart at a la carte prices.
Everything is prepared to order, so we do ask for reservations to be made by Friday for Sunday and Monday bookings and noon one day prior for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
1. Stop by World Foods, new this spring to the old Local Choice Produce Market space on NW Everett
2. Sign up for “In Praise of the Ponies: Kentucky Derby at the Library” at the Multnomah Whiskey Library on May 3rd to “experience Louisville drinks and culture while the 140th Run for the Roses broadcasts”
3. Try the new Reverend’s BBQ in Sellwood, one of the spring’s most highly anticipated restaurant openings, from the chef’s at Laurelhurst Market