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Festive Holiday Experiences Abound Across State Venues

By December 27, 2021Rhode Island, Top News

Venues across the Ocean State welcomed cooler weather with festive dining experiences for guests to enjoy during the 2021-2022 winter season. Narragansett’s Coast Guard House again offered its Igloos by the Sea. Situated on the venue’s patio overlooking Narragansett Bay, the igloos host parties of up to eight, with each igloo outfitted in in unique après ski-themed décor. Guests enjoy items from The Coast Guard House’s full lunch and dinner menus, along with beer, wine and cocktails, while relaxing in their private igloos warmed by electric fireplaces or heaters, designed by Exquisite Events Light & Décor. Gurney’s in Newport offers its special igloo experience on The Lounge & Firepit Deck, available through March 31, 2022. Each igloo comes heated and offers a cozy retreat with blankets and items from an après-skate menu, along with its full lunch and dinner menus and specialty cocktails. With panoramic views of downtown Providence, Mare Rooftop offers its contemporary dining among its cozy and scenic heated igloos set to view the glittering skyline. Watch Hill’s Ocean House welcomed back its annual Fondue Village, sponsored by Veuve Clicquot. Now in its fourth year, the Fondue Village provides luxurious private dining in restored, vintage ski gondolas, each decorated with Alpine accents reminiscent of a ski vacation in the Swiss Alps. The gondolas seat small parties for a four-course lunch and dinner fare paired with selections of Veuve Clicquot Champagnes. Newport’s The Reef debuted its Igloo Village; each heated igloo seats up to eight guests, offering drinks and dining with awe-inspiring winter views of Newport Harbor.

 

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