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Mount Sunapee Scotch, Steak and Cigar Night

Date/Time

Sep 18, 2014
05:00 PM

Description

Following a cocktail party at the summit of Mount Sunapee, guests will be treated to a sampling of single and blended malts, hearty steaks and quality cigars on the patio of Sunapee Lodge. 

Cocktail hour is 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m. on the Summit Lodge deck. Dinner service will be held at 6:45 p.m. on the Sunapee Lodge patio. Menu and more details to come!

Please note space will be limited and reservations (603) 763-3564. A credit card will be necessary to secure your reservation.

Reservation cancellations must be made by the Friday prior to the Summer Dinner date by 5 p.m.

In the event of inclement weather the Summer Dinners will be held in Sunapee Lodge.

Cost

TBA

Location

View map Mount Sunapee Resort
1398 Route 103
PO BOX 2021
Newbury, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Mount Sunapee Resort

Phone

(603) 763-3564

Contact email

recep@mtsunapee.com

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