The Wing-and-a-Prayer Dream Come True

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A Guest Blog from Söntés Proprietor, Tessa Leung

It is not often that one of your dreams (one that seems lofty and supremely out of reach) not only comes true, but also beats your expectations.  I have been fortunate enough in my life to have a few ideas that, though they started as only a wing and prayer,came true before my very eyes. Two Sundays ago, I was brought to tears with a sense of hope and happiness that I have not felt in a very, very long time.  What could have done this, you ask?  No, I didn’t win the lottery or come into a vast inheritance.  I have already met and married the man of my dreams, so that isn’t it.  And I have become my own boss, which lets me work with and meet incredible people every day, so it’s not that, either.

Koenig 131pipes copy 3March 30 was the opening of our fourth seasonal gallery art exhibit at Söntés.  The sun was out, we had 11 of our 12 incredible artists attend the event and … then it happened.  We had more than 200 people walk through our doors that day, a musician playing who had just cut her first CD, and 19 pieces of gorgeous,inspiring local art sold and went home with new owners. 19 pieces!!!!

It all began almost eight years ago when my sister Tanya begged me to keep most of the walls in the restaurant white. I asked her why.

“For art, Tessa.  Duh!  You can hang local art in here and people will love it.” She explained, “There are so many great local artists, and they need somewhere to hang their work.”

Of course, being the big sister, I huffed and begrudgingly agreed to do it, and she assured me she was right, as all little sisters think they are.

Fast forward four years, and I meet an incredible couple, Fred and Francie Ginocchio.  I don’t quite remember the details of how we met, but somehow Fred knew I had studio space to rent.  Little did I know that these two had an immense background in local galleries, running an art space, and that both are talented artists themselves.  One day they asked if I would like help hanging art in the restaurant and what did I think about making it a little more formal, perhaps a show or two a year?  “Sure, why not?” I said.  “What could possibly happen?”

Holmes picWhat happened was one of those magical things you think only happens in the movies: March 30, 2014. Söntés is filled with artists talking, laughing, and interacting with more than 200 people on Sunday afternoon.  Live music floating about, people interested in looking at art, people interested in meeting artists, artists having a chance to shine and, yes, 19 pieces of art being sold.  Over a quarter of Fred and Francie’s curated exhibit sold off the walls that day.

And when it was all done, the people all gone, the chairs flipped back up on the tables, the music no longer playing and it was just me in the silent restaurant, I cried.  Not tears of sadness, but tears of gratitude for the chance to see a dream come true.  Sinnwell Photo 2

I am eternally grateful to my sister for pushing, to Fred and Francie for pulling, and to the people of this community for truly coming together to support something that has been living a very quiet existence for far too many years. I hope that I never wake up from this dream because it will become a reality.

Thank you to each and every one of you who has helped make this dream come true.  Tanya, this one is for you!

–Tessa

Reminder: Tonight’s 5 for $40 Menu inspiration is New Mexico. Stop in for Chef’s 5-course creation and receive 25% of any bottle of wine in the house!

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Tonight: 5 for $40 Menu: New Mexico
Saturday:Live Music!
Happy Hour Every Weeknight 2-5 p.m.
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

Top 7 Reasons to Have Lunch at Söntés

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photo-27. Fresh, local food!
We make our own French bread, French fries, scratch soups, salad dressings, hummus… And, we make our burgers with local grass-fed beef!

6. Affordable prices!
You’d think with all that freshness that we’d charge top dollar, but no! Our Smoked Beef Brisket sandwich, Third Street Burger, Calamari, Soup and Salad, Bruschetta Chicken, and nearly a dozen more items are just $10 and under!

5. Group Settings!
We can accommodate your group business lunches, from separate dining rooms to screens for your PowerPoint presentations. Get away from your desk while still getting your work done—we’ll handle the food details!

4. Chef Adam, Sarah, James, Paul, Darrell
Separately, they’re five reasons, but together, they’re a fun and efficient team prepared to help you get back to work on time. Or, if your schedule permits, they’re ready to help you enjoy a leisurely and delicious afternoon!

3. Our “Fast and Fresh” Lunch options!
We put little clocks on our menu to make it easy for you to find the items that can be prepared fast and fresh!

2. Gluten-free options!
We have a number of Gluten-free choices, from our Lettuce Wraps, Hummus Sampler, Salads, Risotto, Meat & Potatoes, Fried Rice Bowl, and Chocolate Marquise. We even have gluten-free bread

photo1. Burgers!!
For the first time ever, we’ve added burgers to our lunch menu! We start with local, grass-fed beef that we grind in-house for our Third Street Burger and add lettuce, tomato, and onion, plus your choice of cheese (bacon lovers, you can add bacon, too). For a bit of whimsy, we offer our Burger of the Day inspired by our imagination. Recent concoctions include our Barn Burger with bacon, egg, and cheese, and our Italian Burger with Italian seasonings, marinara, and prosciutto. Because variety is the spice of life, this burger changes daily. Vegetarians, of course we didn’t forget you! We have a Black Bean and Rice burger topped with crème fraîche, lettuce, tomato, and onion!

Come and experience a great lunch that will inspire the rest of your day! We’re here for you, Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.!

Reminder: This Thursday night’s 5 for $40 Menu features the cuisine of Colorado! See our Happenings Page for the full menu!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Thursday Night: 5 for $40 Menu: Colorado
Saturday:Live Music!
Happy Hour Every Weeknight 2-5 p.m.
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

The Season of the Party

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photo-6It’s that time of year: The snow has (mostly) melted, many of us refuse to wear our heavy coats anymore, and we’re pulling the old dance card out of the closet. It’s time to sort through the party invitations—or better yet, throw a party of your own!

Have you considered it, but weren’t sure where to begin? Or you thought the planning would take a lot of work on your part? Stop right there. We can help!

Our expert Event Coordinator, Karen, has been arranging our Söntés events for years, and has the experience you need to keep your guests happy and to keep you on budget.

If you want a wedding, groom’s dinner, or bridal shower, call us. Perhaps a baby shower, graduation, retirement party, or birthday party? You name it!

Whether you want to host it at your place or host it at ours, Karen has years of experience making sure the details are handled, right down to your specifications, and every event gets Tessa’s own personal stamp of approval. If you can dream it up, we can make it happen.  From a European disco night to a party themed around the movie Office Space, we can do it! How about a pizza party and movie night for all your best girlfriends? Want a menu all your own? Party for 2 or 200? We can do that!

And if you aren’t sure what you’d like, no problem! We’ll supply ideas that will have your guests complimenting you as their brilliant host.

At Söntés, we’ve been taking pride in our parties since we opened our doors in 2006. Just say the word, and we’ll make sure that you shine.

Of course you always have the option of joining our own Söntés parties: Every Thursday in April we’re featuring Chef’s 5 for $40 Menu, back by popular demand! Continuing our Americana tour, today we’re featuring the southern goodness of Tennessee with five amazing courses. Check them out:

Tennessee Menu:

Spoon Bread with Butter

Country Fried Squash Salad: fried acorn squash, salad greens with a green tomato dressing, and toasted pecans

Spiced Turtle Stew with Duck Rinds

Memphis-Style Brisket with au gratin potatoes and collard greens

Ice Box Cookies, Whiskey Pecan Balls,
and Tennessee Mud

Get all 5 courses for a flat $40—and a 25% discount on any bottle of wine to accompany your 5 for $40.

Call us to plan your next party, or join one of our events already underway! And see our Happenings page for all the fun we have in store!

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Our special thanks go out to all those (couple hundred!) of you who visited us on Sunday for our Art Gallery Exhibition! A record number of pieces made by talented local artists sold in one afternoon, and you know what that means: New art is on the way! The artists are replacing the sold pieces, so stop in and see what’s new!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Tonight: 5 for $40 Menu: Tennessee
Saturday: Live Music of Whitney Cougar Roggenkamp
Happy Hour Every Weeknight 2-5 p.m.
Live Music Every Saturday!
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

Where It’s At!

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With fantastic food, wine, art,music, and Happy Hour, Sontés is certainly hopping! Join us this week as we welcome Philadelphia-inspired food, Peter Stolpman of Stolpman Vineyards who will be pouring wine, musician Emily Frost, and a dozen hand-chosen artists displaying their work on our walls for the Spring/Summer season

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We’re serving Chef’s 5 for $40 menu! These back-by-popular-demand dinners feature 5 courses of indigenous foods for the flat price of $40. Continuing our Americana theme, tonight we’re serving Philadelphia-inspired foods: water ice and a soft pretzel, fresh olive loaf, fried tomato ravioli, beef cheesesteak, and honey-infused cannoli. When you order Chef’s 5 for $40 menu, we’ll give you 25% off the price of any bottle of wine. That’s right, any bottle! (We’ve got over 100 to choose from!)

If all that choice makes your head spin (in a good way!), we’ll also have Peter Stolpman of Stolpman Vineyards here at Sontés pouring wines tonight! Come and taste what he’s brought with him from California, and hear about the day-to-day happenings at his vineyard!

Friday
We love our Happy Hour every weeknight from 2-6 p.m., and Friday is no exception! Enjoy discounts on all of our wines by the glass (all 40 of them!), or try the beers our Bar Manager Darrell has in store!

Saturday
On Saturday, we’ve got the live music of Emily Frost, who will start at 7 p.m. in our lounge. Like every Saturday, there’s no cover charge for the music—we take care of that for you!

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And join us this Sunday from 2-5 p.m. as we officially launch our newest Gallery Exhibition with a champagne reception. Twelve artists chosen out of dozens who applied will display their artwork on our walls for our Spring/Summer show. This season, we even have a jewelry artist! All of the artwork (and jewelry) is for sale, and on Sunday, the artists will be in the house for you to meet. And, musician Miriam Halleen will play for us from her brand new CD.

Start your weekend early with us, and keep it going right into April. We’ll see you here!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Tonight: 5 for $40 Menu: Philadelphia
Sunday, March 30: Spring Art Exhibition Gallery Opening 2-5 p.m.
Happy Hour Every Weeknight 2-5 p.m.
Live Music Every Saturday!
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

 

Meet the Artists: Champagne Reception on March 30th!

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The Art is Up! With the excitement of spring comes our newest Spring/Summer Gallery Exhibition at Söntés! Twelve local artists were chosen to showcase their work at Söntés, and on Sunday, March 30 we’ll officially launch the Exhibition with a champagne reception from 2-5 p.m. Light hors d’oeuvres will be offered, and the artists will be in the building for you to meet and greet!Luis-Grill Beach

This is our fourth semi-annual Exhibition, and well, Tessa says it best: “Our Gallery Exhibition began as a way to showcase local talent,” says Tessa Leung, Söntés proprietor. “I’m proud to say our Exhibition is still comprised entirely of local artists, and that this season we received the most applications yet.

The twelve selected artists are: Jody Brown, Julia Crozier, Scott Dalquist, Leisa Luis-Grill, Michael Holmes, C. Anthony Huber, G. E. Koenig, Russ Lemire, Randy Oas, Erin Sinnwell, Kate Taylor, and Dan Wiemer.  Among the artists, five are photographers, seven are painters (working with oil, oil pastel, acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media), and one is an illustrator. Eleven are from the Rochester area, one from Red Wing, and one from Des Moines, Iowa.

Koenig 131pipes copy 3This time, the art is not just visual: Local musician Miriam Halleen will play at the Art Opening. (Some of you may have heard her play last Saturday at Söntés!) Miriam has just finished recording her new album, and will have CDs for sale at the Opening and throughout the Spring/Summer Gallery Exhibition at Söntés, which runs through September.

But, don’t be fooled by the words “through September.” All of the artwork is for sale throughout the Exhibition. When a piece sells, the artist delivers new artwork, so the art collection is always fluid and evolving. Amazing artwork you saw last week may not be here this week, so buy when the time is right and keep checking in.

Stop in for lunch, dinner, or for Happy Hour this week for a sneak peek at the art before the official Art Opening on Sunday, March 30. And join us on the 30th from 2-5 p.m. for our champagne reception, and the opportunity to meet these talented local artists!

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REMINDER: Chef’s 5 for $40 Menus are back starting tonight with five Maine-inspired courses!

UPDATE: Our Israeli Dinner on Saturday, March 22 is nearly sold out! If you are thinking about attending, please call us today: 507.292.1628.

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Tonight: 5 for $40 Menu: Maine
March 22: Israeli Food and Wine (Nearly sold out! Call today.)
March 27: 5 for $40: Philadelphia
March 30: Spring Art Exhibition Gallery Opening 2-5 p.m.
Live Music Every Saturday!
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

Inspiration of Israel: Söntés Wine Dinner March 22

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DSC00432Israel! The heartland of the world, birthplace of three major religions, and home to appreciation of the freshest Mediterranean and Middle Eastern ingredients. This land is the inspiration behind Chef Trevor’s newest wine dinner, to be held Saturday, March 22 at 6 p.m.

Paired with Chef’s six courses, we’ll be featuring the wines of Golan Heights, whose vineyards extend into the Upper Galilee region of Israel and whose wine-making tradition includes five winemakers: three women and two men.

Enjoy for yourself the food steeped in tradition of a few thousand years:

Israeli Menu

Marinated Olives

Hummus 
with crispy chick peas and parsley

Lamb Shwarma 
served with a traditional salad, pickles, tahini and pita

Falafel
 served with red onion aioli and pita

Shakshuka 
served with chick pea cake

Baklava
 served with sahlab
The cost is $60 per person (tax and gratuity are additional). To reserve your place at the table, please call us at 507.292.1628.

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
March 20: 5 for $40 Menu: Maine
March 22: Israeli Food and Wine
March 27: 5 for $40: Philadelphia
March 30: Spring Art Exhibition Gallery Opening 2-5 p.m.
Live Music Every Saturday!
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

Destination Cuisine

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photoAhhh, March! One of these days the snow may melt and we’ll begin to see signs of spring. But even as we wait for it, wait for it… Here at Söntés, we’ll be taking you to distant lands with the return of Chef’s 5 for $40 menu! These daring 5-course dinner menus are back by popular demand!

Chef’s 5 for $40 includes five courses of specially-prepared indigenous cuisine (and a 25% discount on a bottle of wine of your choice to enjoy with your courses!).  Naturally, we’ll have our full dinner menu available on 5 for $40 nights, so you can still order your favorite local fare alongside your destination cuisine.

Maine Menu
On Thursday, March 20, Chef is preparing a Maine-inspired menu of oysters with lemon and Tabasco, chilled bean and potato salad, lobster roll, crab cakes with cranberry foam, and warm blueberry tart with vanilla bean Chantilly and rum Anglaise.

Philadelphia’s Brotherly Love
The menu for Thursday, March 27 comes from our Liberty Bell city of Philadelphia: soft pretzel and Water Ice, olive loaf and prosciutto, fried tomato ravioli made with artichoke pasta, beef cheek cheese steak made with caramelized onion and pepper focaccia, and honey-infused cannoli filled with sweet and salty strawberry cream.

As we will also offer our full dinner menu, no substitutions can be made on these special and intentional five courses. You don’t need a reservation to take part in the adventure, but they do tend to sell out.

Be sure to look for future menus to include inspiration from Tennessee, Georgia, and New Mexico to delight your senses and please your palate. The adventure awaits!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
March 20: 5 for $40 Menu: Maine
March 22: Israeli Food and Wine
March 27: 5 for $40: Philadelphia
March 30: Spring Art Exhibition Gallery Opening 2-5 p.m.
Live Music Every Saturday!
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

Söntés Fall/Winter Gallery Exhibition Presents: The Mixed Media Artists

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Twelve regional artists were chosen to showcase their work at the Söntés Fall/Winter Gallery Exhibition, which runs through mid-March 2014 (only two weeks left!). Among the twelve, three work in Mixed Media:

Le Ann Gehring-Ryan, Ingvild Herfindahl, and James Scherbarth. Let’s take a moment to get to know these artists through their art, their awards, and their own words:

Le Ann Gehring-Ryan
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“I am a painter who gathers inspiration from life situations.  I enjoy putting a thoughtful, sometimes humorous spin on my personal view of the world. Recently I have begun a series centering around old photographs of my family and myself. Thanks to George Eastman for putting photography ‘in the hands of everyone,’ and my family for being so darned photogenic.”

Of her numerous art shows, recently:
Le Ann has shown her work at “The Next Step” Art Center of St. Peter in Minnesota at a joint show with Charlie Putnam in May 2013; at the River Rock Coffee House of St. Peter in 2011; the Carnegie Art Center, Recent work Paintings, Mankato MN: joint show with Charlie Putnam, February 2011, and the Owatonna Art Center, Solo show Paintings, December 2010.

Ingvild HerfindahlHerfindahl L is for Lemon
“I pull inspiration from nature and the world all around me, incorporating different and unexpected ideas into my work. I work mostly with stained glass, but include other items in certain mosaics to bring in more depth.”

Of her awards and accolades:
Ingvild has won first and second place awards two years in a row at the Dodge County Fair’s Fine Arts category. Her work was accepted into the 2012-2013 easel: Experience Art in Southeastern Libraries traveling exhibit, and was displayed in 13 area locations. Her stained glass and mixed media mosaics are also available at the Mantorville Art Guild.

James Scherbarth

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“Through an intuitive process of constructing and deconstructing, of collecting, blending, erasing, blurring, marking and clarifying, I discover the image, the story within, and the emotion and history behind it.”

Of his numerous art exhibitions and projects:

In September 2013, James’ work was shown at the NEMAA Fall Fine Arts Show, and in 2012 he received an Honorable Mention Award at the 36th Annual Juried Members Show in Bloomington, Minnesota. In 2012, he opened a cooperative gallery in the Northrup King Building in the NE Minneapolis Arts District called LAYERS. James has self-published two books, Echoes Off the Wall and Digital Daydreams 1.0.

The Söntés Fall/Winter Gallery Exhibition runs from September 2013 to mid-March 2014 and all of the pieces are for sale. That’s right, there are only two weeks left for this artwork to grace the walls at Söntés. Now’s your chance to make that “certain something” your very own.

Art at Söntés. Wander. Absorb. Our house is your house.

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Don’t forget to cast your vote for Söntés! goo.gl/Qgycmo!  Voting Ends Friday!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

National Recognition for Söntés: Cast Your Vote Today!

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021006_BlueRibbon2014_Final_72px1“From the moment our doors opened in 2006, we knew we wanted Söntés to fill the space within our walls with great local food and award-winning wines, excellent and caring service, and a fun atmosphere,” says Söntés proprietor Tessa Leung. “And from Day One, we knew that these things were just the start: We wanted to extend our reach into the community by being good neighbors, good stewards, and by making a difference wherever we could.”

We are pleased to announce that Söntés Restaurant has just been named a national Blue Ribbon Small Business Award Winner by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce! This Blue Ribbon award puts Söntés in the running for the prestigious Community Excellence Award, voted on by you! Click to cast your vote for Söntés: goo.gl/Qgycmo!

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce chose their top 100 small businesses nationwide to be Blue Ribbon Small Business Award Winners, representing the best in American small business. This year’s Top 100 were chosen from a record number of applicants and distinguished themselves through their professional accomplishments, community leadership, philanthropy, customer service, and employee relations.

“The Chamber is proud to honor these outstanding small businesses for their contributions to the country’s economic recovery and continued hard work in their communities,” says U.S. Chamber President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue. “They represent the creativity, the determination, and the resilience of the U.S. business community and are examples of the enormous potential of businesses and employees across the country.”

As a Blue Ribbon Award Winner, Söntés is automatically entered into the running for the Community Excellence Award, which aims to recognize the Blue Ribbon company that goes above and beyond to be an active leader and participant in their local community. The award is designed to highlight a business that has found success in the eyes of its community–and it’s awarded based on public voting.

Over the years, Söntés has built quite a track record, participating in Thursdays on First, SocialIce, PrideFest, the St. John’s Block Party, Irish Fest, and hosting wine tastings and educational events at the restaurant and throughout the city. Recently, Söntés Chef Trevor Garrett began teaching cooking classes in the community, and last year, Söntés launched the first-in-the-nation Straw-Bale rooftop garden, revolutionizing urban gardening by proving that a century-old building can support a garden without the need of heavy infrastructure. Söntés launched the first ever block party in Rochester, inviting neighboring businesses to participate in the fun and wildly successful collaboration. And don’t forget the Söntés Gallery Exhibition, a program inviting local artists in all media to showcase and sell their work from the restaurant. Söntés Restaurant donates regularly to the Boys and Girls Club, the Gift of Life Transplant House, the March of Dimes, the Rochester Civic Theater, the Rochester Art Center, the Stay out of the Sun Run, C4, and Dining Out for Life. Proprietor Tessa Leung is a board member of the Rochester Downtown Alliance, the Rochester Chamber of Commerce, and the People’s Food Coop, and is a community member of the Market Street Steering Committee, Downtown Cultural Initiatives Committee, Women in Leadership, and Operation Starfish with the United Way.

Says Tessa, “On behalf of myself and the staff, we are all deeply honored to be chosen in the Top 100 in the nation for the Blue Ribbon Small Business Awards, and we are thrilled to be in the running for the Community Excellence Award! At Söntés, we always have and will continue to dream big. Thank you all!”

Please vote, and share: goo.gl/Qgycmo!  The polls for the Community Excellence Award close February 28!

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

For the Lovers & Foodies In Us All

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Last week was all about Ice. Our very special thanks go out to all who warmed up with our Red Velvet Hot Chocolate during the Ice Bar! This week, we’re leaving the ice behind and heading straight for Fire with Valentine’s Day this Friday, February 14.

photo-3At Söntés, we know Valentine’s Day can be a lot of pressure. Some just want everything to go right for their special someone. For others, finding the right person to be their Valentine is the tricky part. At Söntés, we’ll take your mind off all that. Gather around amazing food served by our top-notch staff and see how the details fall right into place. Chef Trevor’s passion-inspired 6-course menu will surely warm your heart (and even curl your toes!). See for yourself: Valentine’s Day Menu & Vegetarian Option.

Whether you’re with your sweetheart on February 14 or with beloved family and friends, reserve time with Söntés to appreciate all that you love. To accommodate all of you lovers and foodies, we’re bringing in some additional seating. There are a few spots left, so call us at 507.292.1628 to reserve your table today.

As Chef’s Valentine’s Day menu is a labor of love, we will not have our regular dinner menu available on Friday. The cost is $70 per person, or $60 per person for the vegetarian option (tax and gratuity are not included).

Fall in love with your food, and watch as the magic spreads.

For more information about blogger Jody Brown, see our Who We Are page.

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Mark Your Calendar for these Upcoming Events!
Live Music Every Saturday!
February 14: Chef’s Valentine’s Day Menu (make your reservations today)
See the Söntés Happenings page for more information
& watch for future Söntés blog posts
Söntés phone 507.292.1628

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