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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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Brooke Jackson-Glidden is the editor of Eater Portland.

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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