Dinner tour a new Duneland Tradition

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More than 100 members of the Duneland community took part in the first Progressive Dinner event hosted by the Chesterton/Duneland Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, February 29. Guests were treated to live music, luxury transportation and specially-prepared course and drink pairings at Lucrezia, Popolano’s, Sage Restaurant and Riley’s Railhouse, which featured David Wodrich of Third Coast Spice Café and Butler Winery. buy prednisone for humans prednisone 5mg generic

The Chamber’s Progressive Dinner offered Duneland chefs the opportunity to showcase their culinary talents to a wide audience. “I’ve received nothing but positive feedback,” says Nada Karas of Lucrezia. “I would definitely be a featured chef again,” David Wodrich of Third Coast Spice Café affirms, “It was an immensely positive experience.”

“The evening was amazing,” says Jocelyn Hibshman of Lakeside Wealth Management. “The best part about the format of a progressive dinner is that it affords unparalleled networking opportunities. For every course, I sat next to a different guest, which meant that by dessert, I’d made connections with so many people that I hadn’t really known before. That, and the food was spectacular.” Bernie Doyle, Chesterton’s Town Manager, concurs: “The food was splendid. You can put me down automatically for 2 tickets for the next event.”

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