Whether you’re looking to pop the question or cross a few items off your bucket list, prepare for a Valentine’s Day that’s straight from the pages of Food & Wine magazine.
The crisp February air on the private patio is steeped with the salty scent of Big Sur’s gently lapping waves. As you sit down to dinner, your table comes alive with an eight-course meal crafted by Food & Wine’s Best New Chef 2011, Saison’s Joshua Skenes. A glass of wine poured for you by Chef Skene's former colleague Rajat Parr, the Michael Mina Group's James Beard Award-winning sommelier, swirls in your hand—and you look up to see your Valentine smile.
San Francisco-based Kitchit, which connects the world’s best chefs with discerning diners for private events, has curated the ultimate gastronomic escape for Valentine’s Day. Hosted in a sprawling Big Sur home, this all-inclusive getaway epitomizes the essence of romance from an intimate couple’s massage to a soak in a pair of cliff-side copper tubs to a seaside brunch, privately prepared and served by Chef Lori Baker, of the critically acclaimed restaurant and bakery, Baker & Banker.
The morning is yours to enjoy before your limousine returns you—gently—to reality. So linger by the fire pit overlooking the waves, and savor memories that will last a lifetime.
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