Page House Valentines Day Dinner For Two
February 14 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pmCost: $65.00
Whisk yourselves away and savor a scrumptious dinner while wine pairing & dining at Page House Bed and Breakfast on Friday, February 14th at 6:30 PM. Titillate the senses with mouthwatering courses and champagne toast paired with live entertainment and shared in an impeccable setting, during the Page House Valentines Day Dinner For Two event.
Raise a glass to love during Valentine’s Day Dinner with a toast of champagne for each guest, a rose & chocolates for the ladies, & live entertainment
BABY CAKES – fresh, mini cakes made with real crabmeat, & topped with zesty hollandaise sauce.
BERRY MUCH IN LOVE – Fresh spinach salad topped with fresh strawberries & Page House signature raspberry vinaigrette dressing.
CHOICE OF ENTREE
FILET MIGNON – Fresh beef tenderloin, skillet grilled to order, served on a bed of red wine sauteed mushrooms, topped with roasted red pepper butter, served with Duchess potato & fresh seasonal vegetables.
CORNISH HEN – Succulent half Cornish hen roasted & basted in herbs, butter, & white wine, served with fresh risotto & Seasonal vegetables.
PECAN-CRUSTED SALMON – Fresh salmon filet coated with pecans & dried onion, pan seared & oven baked with lemon & white wine, served with fresh wild rice blend & seasonal vegetables.
CHOICE OF DESSERT
Red Velvet sweetheart cake
Chocolate Mousse shot W/ fruit
Raspberry Sorbet W/fruit
Includes: coffee, hot tea, sweet & unsweet tea, water
***House wines, Champagne, and select beers available***
Call now to reserve a table and place your entree & dessert order! 478-275-4551
Bon Appetite! Chef Mono
Romance doesn’t have to end after the last course, book one of their luxury suites or impeccably appointed rooms with a private bath. The Page House Bed and Breakfast now offers seven rooms to delight you! Book your experience online by visiting Reservations
Step back to 1903 when TL Griner began construction Page House, an 11-room, 7,000 sq. ft. Classic Greek Revival home often described as one of the grandest homes south of Atlanta. The House featured Tiffany-style stained-glass windows, the only private home in this area of the state with a ballroom, 12-foot ceilings, interior Ionic columns, and picture moldings sealed with silver then brushed with gold, and much more.