Successfully wrapping the 5-year run of its widely popular new year's eve event - The Village Masquerade - in 2014, The Crane is now switching things up! Gone are the masks and in are open premium bars, interactive food stations and lively entertainment by the island's best.
Fresh from a successful showing during November's Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival, The Crane's Executive Chef Duayne Holligan and his team of culinary architects will craft an epicurean experience featuring superb cuisine from each of the Resort's award-winning restaurants, including the Zagat-rated Zen. Among the night's many culinary delights, patrons will be among the first to sample contemporary Caribbean canapés from L'Azure Restaurant's all-new menu when they visit Petite Papillon Azur or The Bright Blue Butterfly station.
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"We are extremely excited to present One Enchanted Evening," said The Crane's General Manager, Sean Alleyne, "It will be an evening of spectacle as our talented chefs and mixologists pull out all the stops to wow the senses. Our exceptional range of cuisines, from Thai and Japanese to Italian, wiill prove why Barbados is known as the culinary capital of the Caribbean."
A fantastic time was had by all by who attended The Final Act of The Village Masquerade in 2014
Throughout a transformed Crane Village, drinks will be flowing from the open premium bars with the specialty cocktails and dedicated champagne bar sure to be a hit. The cobblestone streets will come alive to the sounds of an exciting entertainment line-up including local stars Romaro Greaves and Philip 7, as well as international DJs ringing in 2016 with an upbeat mix of Caribbean and international music.
This is an epicurean experience not to be missed. Doors open at 7pm. For tickets and more information email email@example.com.