Another hotel sending the fun of luxury amenities home, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa knows exactly what would-be guests need to keep up the luxe lifestyle from self-quarantine with the launch of #PressPause. The new social media campaign aims at creating joyful, light and airy moments at home, amid some challenging times, with some fun activities.
Check in on the fun with cocktail recipes, desserts and activities for all ages:
“What’s Left in the Fridge” Cocktail Series: Something we all might know too well, the feeling at the end of the week with a refrigerator showcasing dwindling ingredients and similar shelves in the grocery store — don’t worry, you can still whip something up with what you have! Inspired by Eau Palm Beach’s culinary and mixology team, guests can find ingredients in their kitchen ready for mixing and tasting. These can also be made as mocktails, so the kids can join in the fun, too.
Culinary Bravado with a Homestyle Twist: Clearly, cooking is a theme with this one, but there’s no better time to brush up on your skills in the kitchen. Eau Palm Beach’s culinary team shares resort recipes future guests might find at Angle, Temple Orange, Breeze Ocean Kitchen and Stir Bar & Terrace.
Mango & Charred Corn Salad: And what’s a beach-themed menu without some tropical fruit? Create some chef-level cuisine, from citrus salads to cinnamon rolls with the help of Chef Zachary Detweiller.
Simply follow along with the resort’s social media channels and #PressPause.
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