New Desserts at L’Auberge
Executive Chef and Food & Beverage Director Franck Desplechin took some time to explain the meaning and reasoning behind the addition of a certain dessert to the menu.
Story of the “Paris-Brest”…then Sedona
The original dessert was created in 1910 by a French pastry chef named Louis Durand, upon request from the organizer of a bicycle race between Paris and Brest (Brest is in Brittany where I come from). The dessert was shaped as a large ring representing bicycle wheels. The bicycle race eventually become what is known today as the “Tour de France” that takes place every summer throughout the country.
It was obvious that it had to be part of our menu with a little Sedona-ish twist by adding Pecans rather than praline and using our Desert Bee Pollen in it as well…sounds good?…well, it tastes even better!
Posted: April 14, 2018
Fourth of July Sedona Itinerary
This 4th of July we invite you to make your own fireworks. Read on for a curated itinerary highlighting local activities to enhance your Sedona experience.
Architectural Digest: “6 Destination Hotels Near National Parks”
Architectural Digest highlighted L’Auberge de Sedona calling out the property as the closest luxury resort when visiting the Grand Canyon.
Finding Inspiration, Creekside
Linda Goldenstein of Goldenstein Gallery curates the art installations and uniquely interactive art activities at L’Auberge de Sedona. Focused on creating memorable experiences through interaction and discovery, Goldenstein’s exhibits and programming are designed to allow guests to connect with the property, Sedona’s exciting art scene and each other in authentic ways.