Downton Abbey Inspired Dinner Hosted by Café L’Europe of Sarasota in Early January to Benefit WEDU PBS
TAMPA, FL (December 17, 2013) — Sarasota is in for “a meal fit for the British aristocracy” of the 20’s era, when the Café L’Europe hosts a period-themed meal inspired by Downton Abbey on Masterpiece seen on WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station.
The charitable event, scheduled for Friday, Jan. 3, will feature a five-course wine-paired dinner, mimicking the confections prepared by the program’s fictional Mrs. Patmore.
Even the cocktails, lavish décor and entertainment provided by Sarasota Opera will be reflective of the era and the Crawley family traditions. In keeping with the fun spirit of the night, attendees are encouraged to dress in the attire of the 1920’s era.
Reservations are $250 per person includes a one-year subscription to WEDU’s monthly member magazine, service gratuity and a $50 tax deductible donation to WEDU PBS, courtesy of Café L’Europe, Sarasota.
Seating will be extremely limited and those interested are encouraged to sign on to www.wedu.org/downtonabbey/Sarasota for more details and reservations. Reservations and also be made by calling Meagan Willoughby at 813-739-2909. Café L’Europe is located at 431 St. Armand’s Circle.
Downton Abbey on Masterpiece premieres Season 4 on Jan. 5 at 9 p.m on WEDU PBS.
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