• Classy communal dining
Planners and their groups are finding the revitalization of the communal, or family-style, dining trend a delight. Networking becomes easier when dishes are being passed around the table and communication begins to flow naturally about the process and foods at hand. Larger presentation doesn’t necessarily mean loss of flavor or artistic flare and the team at The Chase Park Plaza Royal Sonesta St. Louis are proving that again and again.
Executive Chef Gunter Weber has honed his passion for culinary art from across the globe. With his classically trained French cooking techniques and access to locally sourced ingredients, he and his team have brought communal dining entrées up a level at The Preston, within The Chase Park Plaza.
The Bone-In Pork Roast and vegetables are all locally sourced. Heritage Berkshire, in Sioux City, IA, offers some of the best natural pork in the world, holding to high standards of production from 100% Berkshire bred hogs. These pork roasts combined with local red skin potatoes, fennel, baby carrots, cauliflower, garlic, onion, and fresh herbs provide diners a home-cooked, soul-food experience full of exceptional flavor.
View Executive Chef Weber preparing and plating the Bone-In Pork Roast and vegetables at www.MidwestMeetings.com/ChaseParkPlaza .
The Chase Park Plaza, a Royal Sonesta Hotel, is a lovingly preserved Art Deco building that is a “city within a city,” offering many amenities and services under one roof. 389 guestrooms, spa, fitness center, pool and four delicious restaurants await guests at this stylish and sophisticated AAA Four-Diamond hotel. With 26 meeting rooms and 65,000 sq. ft. of space, plus a rooftop terrace, planners are sure to have a spectacular event.