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Gastronomy Master Class Series At Hotel Emma


The Pearl in San Antonio is hosting Olé San Antonioa summer-long program celebrating San Antonio's Spanish heritage in commemoration of the city's 300th anniversary. As part of the program, Hotel Emmathe historic boutique hotel at the Pearl, has prepared a series of six Master Classes honoring some of the essential flavors of Spain: olive oil, jamón (Spanish ham), tinned fish, salt and spices, wine and sherry, and cheese. Each event in the series will include a ticketed session facilitated by experts and makers of the particular product. Guests will enjoy (depending on theme) a deep dive into the culture, economy, and trends of the product and an expertly guided tasting opportunity. Additionally, the series will feature a casual tasting at Larder, the property's fine grocery store, and at SupperChef John Brand will create a special tasting menu highlighting the various uses, applications, and flavors of the spotlighted product. Additionally, in honor of San Antonio’s Tricentennial, Hotel Emma is offering a special rate now through September 16, 2018. The special, 300 years, 300 dollars, features rates starting at $300, plus complimentary valet parking. For more information and to make a reservation, visit www.thehotelemma.com.