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The Pigeon will begin serving three-course dinners in hotel rooms

Le Pigeon will soon offer private dining in hotel rooms

Following in the footsteps of restaurants and hotels across the country, Le Pigeon will begin serving three-course meals in private rooms within Jupiter Hotel Next. Portland restaurants are still technically closed for indoor dining, but since renting a hotel room isn’t out of the question in 2021, the Pigeon team can still serve diners directly as a kind of “room service”. Starting Feb. 12, guests can enjoy dinners for two or four hosted in private hotel rooms, with dishes like lobster vichyssoise, sherry-glazed short ribs with marrow-roasted pears and pandan panna cotta. Meals start at $100 per person with 20% gratuity, with extras like wine pairings or Hey Love cocktails; $10 of each ticket price will go to Feed the Mass. Guests can add an additional $89 for those wishing to reserve the room for one night. Reservations can be made online; the hotel pop-up runs until March 6th. [EaterWire]

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