My passion for people and food have led me to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience which takes guests on a delicious expedition of superior dinner selections accompanied by specially paired wines. The very first of these events in Exeter was presented last month to a full house. From Bakersfield, Tulare, Hanford, Visalia and Exeter, influential and exciting enthusiasts gathered with a sincere attitude towards learning the tenants of formal dining while enjoying the splendor of excellent company and poetic atmosphere.
Monet’s of Exeter, CA hosted the dining experience and, without a doubt, surpassed the expectations of everyone in attendance. Along with the tantalizing food and wine, the dining tutorial on all things “Continental and American” surprised and inspired guests to further inquire about the niceties of pairing wines with French food and proper ways to navigate a place setting. The showdown over how to dine Continental style was addressed with gratitude. Balancing vegetables on the backside of a fork is no small task for most of us.
Keeping the menu a secret up to the start of the event and the “ooo’s and ahhh’s” that greeted each course confirmed expectations that “good things come to those who wait.” Being comfortable in any dining environment enhances the pleasure of gathering with family and friends and making new friends and business contacts.
This special occasion to dine in Exeter brought people to our town who might otherwise have missed the special role we all play in building our reputation of small town charm with cultural splash. From art and culinary choices to architecture and farming, we the keepers of Exeter continue to thrive together through endless innovations that tempt the tastes of everyone we encounter.
To sign up for the next dining experience, an event you don’t want your out of town friends to miss, go to www.tiffanynielsen.com