Graycliff Chef's Table: Cooking Demo and Lunch
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This is the spectacular cathedral of top-notch Continental cuisine with delectable Bahamian flair. Come worship at the altar of the Graycliff Restaurant, inside Graycliff, Nassau's first inn and playground of pirates, royalty, and discerning gourmands from all over the planet. Kneel down and thank your deity of choice for this brilliant blessing.
Acknowledged as a world's best, the kitchen here serves as your private chapel, if only for a couple of hours. Whet your appetite with a welcome drink, and settle in at Chef's table. In this inner sanctum within a sanctum, where this culinary idol presides, he'll demonstrate the immaculate preparation of every dish on the afternoon's menu.
Throughout the service, lean in as he spills his secrets, as well as a homemade homily about regional cooking traditions. As gratifying as sharing this discourse on culinary artistry can be, nothing quite compares to biting into the fruits of his efforts. Let your palate rejoice as you consume each lunch course, exquisite plates accompanied by a divine glass of wine.
Graycliff's renowned wine cellar has been amassed with care over decades. Today, the cellar houses one of the largest private collections of fine and rare wines around the globe. How vast is it? Over 250,000 bottles from more than 400 vintners in 15 countries. We at GoBe believe you're ascending into epicurean heaven on Earth. Whatever your faith, one thing is for sure. Miracles do happen.
No, literally, this is sacred ground
In 1694, when Nicholas Trott became governor during the second settlement of the Bahamas, he was instructed to build a church in every parish. Joined by lots of privateers and pirates alike, he built its first Anglican church in Nassau, on the site where Graycliff now stands. Though destroyed in 1703 during Spanish occupation of the island, segments of the ruins can still be seen and are integrated into the Graycliff structure.
Non-refundable if canceled within 24 hours of requested services.