A very proper and delicious tea is served here with all the trimmings. Three dainty courses of sandwiches, pastries, and petit fours are served with two teas and style.
The mezzanine tradition continues with “Feast of Flavors” featuring classic breakfast options; soups and salads; seafood dishes, such as snow crab claw clusters and hand-shucked oysters with jalapeño mignonette; locally-made charcuterie with a variety of cheeses, and accompanying jams and chutneys; off the chef’s butcher block comes slow-cooked turkey and artisanal ham with a sweet coffee glaze; a cranberry bar; pasta dishes, including a pumpkin ravioli; traditional favorites, such as sweet potatoes with marshmallow gratin and an artisanal green bean casserole. For dessert, seasonal house-made pastry selections from Pastry Chef Tony Sansalone pairs well with your complimentary glass of Moët et Chandon “Imperial” Champagne. 10am-3pm.
The second feast is a a five-course prix fixe Thanksgiving dinner in The Driskill Grill. The menu features a sophisticated take on classic Thanksgiving dishes, like free-range Heritage Turkey with whipped purple potatoes and Heirloom Sweet Potato Gnocchi with toasted sage butter. Family-style sides, such as traditional Sourdough Sage Stuffing, cranberry compote, and Chipotle Sweet Potatoes with Marshmallow Brûlée. 1pm-5pm. Thu., Nov. 27. Brunch: $72 per person, $36 for children 6-12, free for children under 6; Dinner: $86 per person, $42 for children 6-12.