Kingfield's Patisserie 46 is normally known for their fantastic breads, coffee, and pastries.
But on Dec. 29, owner John Kraus will be putting down the dough and picking up the toque, at least for one day, when he cooks and serves a 13-course "ExtravaganTea Party."
At $115 a head, Kraus doesn't seem to be kidding about the lavishness of the event.
According to Dara Moskowitz-Grumdahl of Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine, the mystery menu will likely start off with a soup of warm cauliflower with duck confit, and get better from there, concluding with kugel and panettone. Local rocker Lucy Michelle will perform live.
Tickets to the event—which can only be bought at Patisserie 46—went on sale on Friday.