Murder Mystery Wine Dinner
Murder Mystery Wine Dinner – Thursday, October 30th 2014
Join us for and be a participant in our first Murder Mystery Wine Dinner on Thursday, October 30, 2104. We’ll start the evening at The Inn on Shore Road at 6:30, with our welcome wine and snacks, then at 7pm we’ll all go over to Five-O to begin dinner and the show. Chef Walter will prepare a fantastic 5 course meal, each course paired with great wines. Don’t miss this special evening, a 5 course meal, wine and the show all for just $75 (including tax and gratuity). To book a reservation, please call us at 207-646-5001.
If you’re interested in overnight accommodations, rooms are available at The Inn on Shore Road with special Murder Mystery pricing. Call Torri at the Inn at 207-646-2181 for details on accommodations
Below is a description of the murder mystery show called “The Man Who Thought He Was Sherlock Holmes” which will have participation by attendees of the dinner. Click the link to see the menu.
“Dinner theatre can mean death to an actor’s career, or occasionally, the actor. That’s what the cast of “Weekend at Withingham’s finds out when the lead of their dreadfully bad dinner theatre production dies right before his grand entrance. But who can help ? They would need a great detective ! Unfortunately, what they get is someone who thinks they are Sherlock Holmes & their psychiatrist is Dr. Watson! This is a audience participation play…..”
The popular Wine Dinner series at Five-O, which feature Chef Walter’s Tuscan-infused cuisine accompanied by a meticulous pairing of wines, will begin at the Inn on Shore Road at 6:30 pm. The price of $75 per person includes tax and gratuity, a five course meal, wine and the murder mystery show.
Chef Walter’s annual trips to Tuscany, and Five-O’s partnership with a renowned restaurant in that region, inspire his creative cuisine and choice of fresh ingredients in every dish.
Check out our new brunch menu! Five-O now offers brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. We offer our popular á la carte menu and a great selection of breakfast cocktails. Brunch is getting rave reviews; come see what people are talking about!
Making it his business to help
BY JESSICA BARTLETT
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At the age of 7, Donato Tramuto thought he would never hear again. He woke up and found that the world was suddenly muffled. School soon became difficult. Unlike his twin brother, his speech slipped into that of a 2-year old. It took 10 years and seven surgeries before he could finally hear again, though he still hasn’t fully recovered and needs to use hearing aids.
Provincetown vs. Ogunquit: Differences more than marginal
The Inn on Shore Road was mentioned in The Boston Globe
I didn’t mind the calmer scene of Ogunquit, primarily because I stayed in the most luxurious New England inn I’ve ever experienced. I never wanted to leave my room. The Inn on Shore Road was completely renovated last year and retains its Victorian charm on the outside. Inside is posh and tasteful. I slept on the most deliciously luxe sheets I’ve ever felt, and the expansive bathroom was about the size of my condo. I had a porch overlooking the street where I sipped prosecco and St. Germain with a friend before dinner.
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Our Maine escape this summer
A panacea for all that ails you
By Walter and Patricia Brooks
Two days in Ogunquit, a.k.a. Provincetown North
Then on to East Boothbay and Linekin Bay
It’s difficult some days to believe that Maine was once a part of Massachusetts – two states which have little in common today. (more…)