At the Margravine’s Table
When Margravine Wilhelmine arrived in Bayreuth in 1732, she was little impressed by the situation she found there, and least of all by the “dire cuisine” set before her. In the following years Bayreuth advanced under her guidance to become a most distinguished princely residence, with magnificent feasts and banquets and correspondingly opulent dining culture.
You, too, have the opportunity to dine like royalty in Baroque manner: to round off the last performance of Handel’s Flavio with a grand gastronomic finale you can reserve a table for 17 September at 12 noon for a gourmet gala dinner in the Orangery of the Hermitage – accompanied by an introductory talk on the opera performance of that evening.
Shuttle included: Departure at 11.15 a.m. Wölfelstr. 4 at the Iwalewahaus (approx. 50 metres from the Opera House)
Return at 2.30 p.m. at stop Eremitage to Wölfelstr. 4