Leave the cooking to us and spend your Thanksgiving holiday at the Hartstone Inn! Our Thanksgiving Dinner Packageincludes two night’s lodging, sumptuous breakfasts each morning and a five-course gourmet Thanksgiving dinner for two. Enjoy cocktail hour before dinner, complete with delicious hors d’ oeuvres.
We have two seating times for our holiday dinner – 2:00 pm or 5:30 pm.
The menu is as follows:
Prosciutto wrapped Sea Scallops with a Sweet Potato Puree and a Cranberry Butter Sauce
Butternut Squash Soup with a Honey-Nutmeg Cream
Herb-Roasted Turkey with a Sausage-Apple Stuffing and Shallot-Smashed Potatoes with a Sage Gravy
Pumpkin Soufflé with a Spiced Crème Anglaise
View package pricing here. Place your reservation today as this holiday celebration fills up fast!
‘Event date/time: Nov 27, 2015 at 7:30 PM
Jon Rineman is a writer and stand up comedian. A 2005 Emerson College graduate, Jon has been a regular at Harvard Square’s Comedy Studio since 2004. Based in Boston, he became a freelance monologue writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, contributing daily jokes about current events to the top-rated show in late-night television. In 2005, Jon was published in the Improper Bostonian’s annual humor edition. After honing his craft for a few years as a writer and comedian, Jon was hired to be a writer for NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, which replaced Conan O’Brien’s Late Night show. Jon has continued to serve as a monologue writer for Jimmy Fallon. Recently, Jon also appeared as a featured stand up comedian on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. He appears regularly at all of the top New York City comedy clubs, including Caroline’s on Broadway and Stand Up NY on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Jon lives in New York City.
At 32, he’s the head monologue writer for “The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon,” the apex for someone whose ambition is to make people laugh. “Everyone here is so fun and cool, and I’m just kind of this weird, lame guy,” he says. “Sometimes, I wonder how I’ve lasted.” His colleagues and fellow comics know. They say Rineman, a 2005 Emerson graduate who’s worked for Fallon for six years, is indeed dorky, but he’s also a skilled and prolific comedian. As relentlessly earnest as he may seem, Rineman can grind out dozens of gags a day, and a good percentage of them make it into Fallon’s monologue. Still, it’s fatiguing being funny every day, and Rineman isn’t sure how long he can keep writing one-liners. Perhaps with an eye toward life after “The Tonight Show,” he’s been honing his stand-up routine, making three or four club appearances a week after wrapping up work at 30 Rock.”
Tickets are $20 and available here, by calling (207)470-7066 or stopping at the Camden Town Office M-F 9AM-3PM.
Location Address: Camden Opera House
Contact Website: www.camdenoperahouse.com
November 7th or November 8th, 2015 – 1-3pm
Our first cooking class of the year, “Travel to Tuscany” is fast approaching! If you can’t join Chef Michael in Italy for one of his Culinary Adventures, then come to Camden and experience some of his favorite Tuscan dishes. “Travel to Tuscany” will begin with Baked Artichokes with fresh Ricotta, Aged Pecorino and Italian Herbs. Next will be Roasted Bell Pepper, Arugula and Grilled Eggplant Salad followed by Seafood Risotto with White Truffle Oil. Class will finish up with dessert, Salted Caramel Budino – Italian Butterscotch Pudding.
Classes are informative, entertaining, and of course, filled with delicious food! Enrollment is $45 per person or make it a getaway and book our Cooking Class Package!
Click here for our complete cooking class schedule.
- 1 sheet puff pastry (homemade or your favorite brand)
- Vegetable pan coating
- 1 egg, beaten
- 6 Tablespoons almond paste
- 1 1/2 Granny Smith apples
- 2 Tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1 1/2 teaspoons Apple Pie Spice Mix (recipe below)
- Powdered sugar in shaker
- Optional: 1 cup Creme Anglaise (recipe in cookbooks)
- 6 scoops vanilla ice cream
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Lay out the puff pastry dough and cut into six 3-inch circles (a scalloped 3-inch cutter works well).
- Lightly coat a baking sheet with vegetable spray and lay the pastry circles on top. Brush the pastry with the beaten egg and place 1 Tablespoon of almond paste in the center of each pastry round.
- Cut the whole apple in half and core all three halves with a melon baller. Slice each apple half from top to bottom into very thin slices, keeping them together.
- Separate each sliced apple half into two equal halves and spread out one equal half per pastry circle, leaving a border around the outside. If you start by laying down the cut side of the apple half first and fanning the rest on top, the apple will conform to the round shape of the pastry. One apple will make four tarts.
- Mix together 2 Tablespoons sugar with 1/2 teaspoon Apple Pie Spice Mix and sprinkle an even coating on top of each tart.
- Bake in the preheated oven for about 35 minutes, or until golden brown.
- Make a spiced creme Anglaise by combining the sauce with 1 teaspoon of the apple pie spice mix.
Serve on a plate dusted with powdered sugar, surrounded by a pool of spiced creme Anglaise and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Book a last minute getaway and receive a 20% discount! That’s right- enjoy 20% off the room or suite of your choice through September 17th, 2015!
Time still remains this summer to enjoy a sail in our beautiful harbor, visit our local wineries, shop in Camden’s unique stores, eat delicious cuisine
and just plain explore!
View our availability calendar online here or call us at 207-236-4259 to book your reservation!
*Valid on new reservations booked after September 4th, 2015 only. Applies to double occupancy only and can not be combined
with another promotion.
Our 2015-2016 Cooking Class Schedule is now online!
This years topics include “Travel to Tuscany”, “Haute Chinese”, “Maine Seafood”, “Dim Sum”, “Lobster, Lobster, Lobster” and more! Classes are informative, entertaining, and of course, filled with delicious food.
Our Cooking Class Package includes two nights lodging, sumptuous breakfasts each morning, dinner for two, featuring the Chef’s spectacular five-course tasting menu and enrollment for one in a scheduled afternoon cooking class. Cooking classes include recipes, hands-on participation, wine to complement the cuisine and lots of food to taste. For dates, topics and availability of cooking classes, click here. Additional enrollment in the cooking class is $45 per person.
View our entire Cooking Class Schedule here.
Event date/time: September 5 & Sepember 6, 2015 – 9am to 3pm both days
This much anticipated annual gathering attracts hundreds of antique motorcycles from all over New England. With favorite marques including Triumph, Harley Davidson, Indian, Honda, Ducati and BMW interspersed with rare and obscure antique bikes from the world over. In 2014 this event attracted more than 300 exhibitors. A designated parking area on show grounds will be reserved for modern motorcycles, and all pre-1995 motorcycles are admitted free. Antique aeroplane show both days.
Location Address: The Owls Head Transportation Museum
Contact Website: www.owlshead.org
Event date/time: August 14, 2015 at 7:30pm
The Camden Opera House is welcoming this Portuguese trio from a Northeast Tour that includes Johnny D’s in Boston, the World Cafe in Philly, World Radio in Boston and the Empire and One Longfellow in Portland. Luiz Caracol, Portuguese singer and author, composes his own music full of rhythm, beat, heart and soul. The trio will play from their new album “Devagar”, with percussionist Ruca Rebordão and Gustavo Roriz, Their music is of Portugal, Angola, Cape Verde and Brazil.
With singer Eleanor Dubinsky a New York City based singer/songwriter whose songs have been featured on MTV, Lifetime, Animal Planet, AMEX ads, and NPR. Eleanor regularly performs in NYC and tours nationally and internationally.
Location Address: Camden Opera House
Contact Website: www.camdenoperahouse.com