WHAT WE DO
Culinary Team Building
|Cooking with a Cause|
|The Great Appetizer Challenge|
Eat Dessert First
|Chocolate Company Challenge|
|Ice-Cream Making Challenge|
|Let Them Eat Cake|
Cocktails, Dinner and More
|Winery Team Challenge - NEW!|
|Dining in the Dark|
|Murder Mystery Team Dinner|
“As the hosting manager, I thought the facilitator did a wonderful job. On the survey that we did after the meeting, the Progressive Dinner received very high marks. So thank you again, we were very satisfied.” —M.F., Morgan Stanley
Primary Benefit: TeamBuilding
Tired of boring business dinners? Would you like your group to meet each other in a fun, non-threatening way on the first night of a conference or get to know each other better while enjoying a fabulous meal? The Progressive Dinner is just the recipe with a unique combination of fun, fine dining and team building.
Our “Cocktail Party” game will start the evening off right with a fun and energetic get to know you “ice breaker” for the entire group. Then it’s fast-paced fun as you eat at a different table with different people for each course: appetizer, salad, main course and dessert. Each course features a table top game or exercise for everyone to do together that gets your team interacting and having fun while improving team skills.
Depending upon your group size, each participant will be able to dine, interact, play and have fun with over 40 new people!
The Progressive Dinner can be done in the restaurant of your choice (or we can also help you choose), a banquet room of a hotel or even in different restaurants for each course. Our energetic and fun MC/facilitator leads the tabletop games and exercises, coordinates the changing of the tables and even works with the restaurant on the timing of the courses. Table hosts for each table are also available at an additional cost. The Progressive Dinner is a great way to have fun, celebrate successes together or create a springboard of enthusiasm and energy for a meeting, off-site or executive retreat!
- A wonderful four-course dinner
- Energize your team
- Getting to know each other and building relationships
- Celebrate and have fun
- Teambuild “by accident”
- Build a sense of camaraderie
- Create an atmosphere where healthy risk-taking is fun.
- Build excitement, alleviate classroom brain-drain.
- Encouraging networking and mingling, learning something new about each other
- Keep participants thinking about team skills such as communication and team unity