Come along and join us for our Fairy Tale Banquet first seating at 1pm and second seating at 6pm.

A lavish and sumptuous Sunday Feast!

Overall, there is an archaeological debate of when feasting began. Archaeologist Brian Hayden argues that feasts were an important event because the surplus of food that resulted into feasts turned into social and political ties and a competition in order to display one’s own wealth.

During these feasts, luxury foods were offered to their guest. What these luxury goods were are still up to debate. However, Hayden argues that animal meat and rice are some of these luxury goods due to the fact that they were domesticated despite their difficulty in doing so.

”It is not the quantity of the meats but the cheerfulness of the guests which makes the feast.”

Let us feast together.

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