It’s that time of the year with so many festivities, celebrations and places like bars, restaurants, hotels to mention but a few are getting busier as the year winds up.
Some cultures are truly not part of us and therefore we have simply adopted them to fit the trends since we live in a global village. For lovers of exquisite wine and fine dining, the place to be this Saturday 16th is Sheraton Seven seas restaurant.
Sheraton has organized an amazing array of wines and cuisines to give clients an experience of how to pair food with wines by its highly qualified chefs.
Wine is perfect with food when paired correctly and this weekend anyone can learn this. There will chefs and waiters to help customers achieve this at the Wine Dinner organized by Sheraton.
The sensational Solome Basuuta and other surprise artists will perform some of your favorite jams as you sip on the wine and eat and chat to a fine dinner.
Dining together is good way of socializing and making new connections.It’s not always just food but also about the awesome conversation that develop from such moments and its encouraged to meet often and dine with other people.
While speaking to the PRO of Sheraton Ms. Jacqueline Nalubega, she said wines have always been part of their menu and food is their passion.
She continued to say that this Saturday theyhave collected the best wines and have meticulously prepared a dinner with a lot of new stuff to try on.
“I encourage everyone to come and experience the best dining and wines this weekend at Seven seas restaurant. We shall have a band and the talented Solome Basuuta will also be performing to give you the best evening. The wine dinner is open to everyone so come and meet awesome people. She concluded.
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