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Lincoln Woodstock Progressive Dinner

Date/Time

May 21, 2013 to May 23, 2013
05:00 PM until 09:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, on Tuesday and Thursday.

Description

Two special nights in the White Mountains (May 21 and 23) as you travel from one restaurant to the next, progressively eating your dinner.

Starting with hors d'oevres and appetizers, you will move on to the main course, and finally dessert at four different restaurants.

The first night, Tuesday, May 21, is an upscale experience, visiting the Lincoln-Woodstock Chamber Member Restaurants' fine dining rooms. We will don our nicest "Mountain Formal" attire, sip fine wines, indulge in luxurious fare and enjoy succulent savory sensations in the choicest manner.

The second night, Thursday, May 23rd, we let our hair down, dress more casually, and partake in the fun and family atmosphere that is Lincoln Woodstock. We will taste some of the best American fare in the mountains as we laugh and sing our way through the evening.

Cost

$30 per person per night, $50 per couple per night.

Location

View map Departs from Chamber of Commerce office at Lincoln Village Shops
25 S Mountain Dr.
Lincoln, NH

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