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HISTORIC RESTAURANT INTRODUCES IGLOOS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
THE WHITE HORSE INN DEBUTS DINING IGLOOS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
METAMORA, MI (November 3, 2019) – The White Horse Inn (1 E High St, Metamora) has added two dining igloos for the winter. Debuting on November 4, each igloo is heated and will be able to accommodate up to 10 guests. They are available by reservation every day through February 29.
“We are thrilled to have the heated dining igloos this winter,” said Kelly Kamman, general manager of The White Horse Inn. “They were extremely popular at our sister restaurant in Northville last year, and our customers are excited for the experience here in Metamora.”
Igloo diners will order off White Horse‘s regular menu, along with rotating daily specials. Each igloo is decorated with a Himalayan mountain feel. Even though the igloos will be heated, Kamman recommends dressing in layers.
Dining in the igloos is by reservation only. There is a $5 booking fee to reserve an igloo, and a $250 food and beverage minimum is required. To make a reservation, please visit www.thewhitehorseinn.com/
igloos. The White Horse Inn is open 11:30 am-9:00 pm, Monday through Thursday; 11:30 am-10 pm, Fridays and Saturdays; and 11:30 am-9 pm on Sunday.
The White Horse Inn is independently owned and operated by the same team behind Camp Ticonderoga, The Moose Preserve Bar & Grill, Deadwood Bar & Grill, Metamora General Store and The Iroquois Club Fine Banquets & Catering. Considered one of the oldest restaurants in Michigan, The White Horse Inn was completely renovated in 2014 by husband-and-wife team Linda Egeland and Victor Dzenowagis. Originally developed in 1848, the building had previously served as a general store, inn and stagecoach. For more information, visit their website: www.thewhitehorseinn.com