February 10 – Wine & Roses Valentines Dinner Dance

Join us for a very special dining event* at our multi-award-winning Deerpark Restaurant. An original estate barn converted into a restaurant in 1979, this Passholder-favorite venue is the perfect setting for an entirely new dining experience.

Inspired by the celebration of love and romance, your Valentine-themed evening includes a sparkling wine reception, a sumptuous candlelit feast featuring filet mignon and lobster, and a delightfully decadent dessert. After dinner, you and your sweetheart will enjoy dancing to live music provided by The Business.

A truly memorable occasion comes to an exciting crescendo when one lucky attendee is awarded a seasonally-themed Biltmore Gift Basket worth an estimated value of $375!

We look forward to welcoming you for this unique-to-Biltmore special event.

*Seating is limited. Dates, time, menus, themes, guest speakers are all subject to change. Suggested attire: anything from dressy casual to semi-formal.

 

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Location

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Cost
$186 per person (includes gratuity) plus tax

Location
Deerpark Restaurant

Seating Arrangement
Tables Set Per Reservation:
Dine as a couple, or with friends!

Date and Time
Friday, February 10, 2023
Sparkling Reception at 6:30 p.m.
Dinner at 7 p.m.
Dance at 8 p.m.

Contact
800-413-9787

Menu

Wine & Roses Valentines Dinner Dance
Friday, February 10, 2023

 

Canapés

Oysters Rockefeller

Warm Roasted Apple Bisque

Venison Tartar, Pumpernickel, Caper Berry

 

Salad

Caviar Deviled Eggs & Champagne Poached Pear
Grilled Winter Greens, Spiced Almonds, Champagne & Pear Vinaigrette

 

Entrée

Apple Wood Smoked Filet Mignon & Butter Poached Lobster Tail
Dauphinoise Potato & Winter Vegetables, Roasted Carrot Puree, Cabernet Butter

 

Dessert

Black Forest Tart with Irish Cream, Cherry Meringue and a Dark Chocolate Crumble

Exclusive Deerpark Dining Events

Friday, April 21

Biltmore Blooms Dinner

This exclusive springtime dining experience includes a special presentation by Parker Andes, Biltmore’s Sr. Director of Horticulture and Land Planning.

Friday, September 16

Harvest Dinner

This event has passed.

This delicious exploration of the estate’s agricultural legacy featured a presentation by guest speaker Sarah Woody, Biltmore’s Field to Table Manager.

FRIDAY, November 11

George W. Vanderbilt Birthday Celebration*

This event has passed.

This dining experience featured George Vanderbilt’s favorite dishes followed by a presentation by guest speaker Ellen Rickman, Biltmore’s Director of Museum Services.

*Seating is limited. Dates, time, menus, themes, guest speakers are all subject to change.