St. Regis Princeville Resort Debuts Private Dom Perignon Dinners

The St. Regis Princeville Resort on Kauai, Hawaii recently announced a new collaboration with Dom Perignon to debut a private dining experience for guests. 

The St. Regis Princeville Resort’s “Dinner with Dom Perignon” is a private dining experience for two in a romantic, outdoor setting enhanced by soft candlelight and Hawaiian torchlight, offering a customized seven-course menu paired with bottles of champagne. 

The experience begins when the guests’ private wait staff greets them in the lobby with a lei presentation and escorts them to their secluded dining area where they will begin their dinner with a champagne toast (Dom Perignon 2004) and will enjoy a private sabering lesson, learning how to master the impressive art of sabering, a St. Regis tradition.

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The dinner, customized to fit the tastes of each guest who can select from a variety of menu options, begins with an amuse-bouche followed by the first course, such as barely touched salmon with yuzu kosho, green apple, radish; followed by a second course, such as homemade angel hair pasta and pearls with vodka creme Fraiche, caviar, and bottarga that is paired with Dom Perignon Luminous 2006. 

There will be an intermezzo course, followed by an entrée, such as grilled Kona lobster with wilted spinach, butter fried garlic and ginger paired with Dom Perignon Rose Luminous, 2004. Next up is a chocolate dome and a dessert of choice, paired with Dom Perignon P2, 1998. 

Guests also have the opportunity to consult with the St. Regis Princeville sommelier to select more range vintages should they wish. 

Following the dining experience, guests can bring any unfinished bottles back to their room to enjoy during their stay, or any unopened bottles can be shipped home to enjoy at a later date.    

Set on the cliffs of Kauai’s North Shore, the resort offers views of Hanalei Bay and Mt. Makana, luxurious suites and rooms, four dining venues, the 10,000-square-foot Halele’a Spa, a golf course and an infinity pool.

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