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Le Pigeon Will Start Serving Three-Course Dinners in Hotel Rooms

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A piece of fish sits on a mound of calamari couscous
A dish from Le Pigeon’s Jupiter Hotel Next menu
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Le Pigeon Will Soon Start Offering Private Dinners in Hotel Rooms

Following in the footsteps of restaurants and hotels across the country, Le Pigeon will begin serving three-course meals in private rooms within the Jupiter Hotel Next. Portland restaurants are still technically closed for indoor dining, but because renting a hotel room isn’t off-the-table in 2021, the team at Le Pigeon can still serve diners directly as a sort of “room service.” Starting February 12, customers can enjoy dinners for two or four guests hosted in private hotel rooms, with dishes like lobster vichyssoise, sherry-glazed short ribs with marrow-roasted pears, and pandan panna cotta. The meals start at $100 per person with 20 percent gratuity, with add-ons like wine pairings or Hey Love cocktails; $10 of each ticket price will go to Feed the Mass. Customers can add another $89 for those who want to reserve the room for an overnight stay. Reservations can be made online; the hotel pop-up runs through March 6. [EaterWire]

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