- $245 for a 2 night stay for 2 at The Inn of the Patriots (a $520 value) -or- $322 for a 2 night stay for 2 at The Inn of the Patriots plus lunch for 2 at the 1776 Farm to Table cooking class
- Located in Grover, North Carolina
- Stay includes a daily breakfast and wine tasting vineyard tour for 2
- Enjoy a free appetizer at Ni Fen Restaurant and a free dessert at Carolina Crossing Restaurant
- Explore the grounds with a free 1-1/2 hour daily guided tour of The Presidential Culinary Museum
- A la carte classes that can be added to your stay include: $40 for a Belgian Master Beer class ($80 value), $50 for Wines of the World class ($100 value) and $80 for Painting your Masterpiece class ($160 value)
- The Chefs have worked at the White House, Camp David, for resorts and country clubs
- The Executive Chef of the inn is a former White House Chef, Marti Mongiello
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Located in Grover, near the North and South Carolina border explore history while being pampered at The Presidential Culinary Museum. Stay for two nights at a discounted rate, and enjoy a winery tour, a guided tour of The Presidential Culinary Museum grounds and delight in a robust breakfast to boot! For a more in depth experience, choose to stay for two nights plus lunch for two at The 1776 Farm to Table Restaurant cooking class. A la carte classes can be added to your stay, at a DealChicken discount, include beer tasting, wine tasting and painting your own masterpiece with the chefs. Whatever window into the past you pick, make sure to visit the Presidential Culinary and Presidential Service Museums while you’re there and take part in the museum's living history exhibits as well.
The Presidential Culinary Museum prides itself on exemplary customer service, promising to serve its guests 'as a seated president, prime minister, queen or king.' They hold numerous #1 world awards and a Zagat score of 27 out of 30.
$245 for a 2 night stay for 2 at The Presidential Culinary Museum ($520 value)
Hooch, a comedy spoof about the mafia starring Gil Gerard, Erika Fox, Melody Rogers and Danny Aiello, was filmed onsite at The Presidential Culinary Museum . The movie highlighted Cleveland County’s moon shiners making “white lightning”. Chef Marti commemorates this by serving moonshine jelly each morning from the farmer’s market.