Celebrating the off-peak allure of Sonoma County, Stay Healdsburg, Flambeaux Wine and The Harris Gallery Art & Wine have curated a unique dinner series, T.O.W.N. (Traveling Off-Season for Wine Night). These dinners invite guests to explore the wine region’s beauty through monthly themed dinners.
From now until spring, T.O.W.N. (Traveling Off-Season for Wine Night) will be hosted by some of Sonoma County’s best, including Stay Healdsburg, Flambeaux Wine and The Harris Gallery Art & Wine, to highlight the beauty the wine region has to offer during the winter months.
The captivating lineup of dinners begins with Dinner of Dreams at Hotel Healdsburg on Jan. 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. This event, hosted by Flambeaux Wine and The Harris Gallery Wine, features culinary excellence from Dry Creek Kitchen and Lambert Bridge Winery. Against a simulated night sky, guests will be enchanted by the fusion of exceptional cuisine and outstanding wines at this T.O.W.N. dinner. Tickets to the experience are $250 per person.
Following in February, Raising the Bar will take place at Lo & Behold Bar and Kitchen, where Flambeaux Wine and The Harris Gallery Wine, along with special guest winery Gary Farrell, promise an evening blending the eclectic menu with a funky D.J. set, encapsulating the rustic charm of wine country. This dining experience will run from 6 to 9 p.m., with tickets starting at $250 per person.
The series concludes on March 28 with The Seven Deadly Sins at Montage Healdsburg, a collaboration between Flambeaux Wine, The Harris Gallery Wine, Hazel Hill and Aperture Cellars. This luxurious event invites guests to explore the realm of the seven deadly sins through exquisite cuisine and fine wines. This T.O.W.N. dinner will take place from 6 to 9 p.m., at $250 per person.
To elevate the experience, attendees can opt for travel packages that include the dinner of their choice and an extended stay in Healdsburg (complete with curated activities).
For more information, visit towndinners.com.