Travelers are becoming more sophisticated about their dining options — they also want to get an education at the same time.
Whether you're tasting wines from France or eating Wisconsin cheese, the experience becomes a lot more meaningful when you learn the story behind these products:
- Who made them?
- What's the process?
- How can you serve them at your next dinner party?
That's why hotel educational programs are becoming so popular among travelers. More and more hotels are starting to offer these experiences, and believe me, it's worth it.
For example, the Omni Chicago offers a hands-on lesson preparing a four-course menu with the chef, and pairing it with wine.
Talk about enjoying the fruits of your labor!