Kids ‘Raid the Fridge’ (on Purpose) at Four Seasons Boston

January 1, 2013 in News

Fresh popped popcorn. Chocolaty Oreos. Ice cold milk. When we were kids, we used to sneak downstairs for a midnight snack at home. But now Four Seasons Hotel Boston is inviting young guests to do it on purpose. Aptly named Raid the Fridge, the complimentary program runs every Saturday night on the hotel’s 1st floor from 7 to 10 pm. Kids get to choose a goody and then steal back to their room to nosh. PJs are encouraged.

Raid the Fridge has been a pint-sized guest favorite since Executive Chef Brooke Vosika and the star Room Service Team started it back in April of 2012.

Chef Vosika says, “It’s so much more than a snack – it’s an adventure! Kids (and parents!) get to sneak downstairs to indulge their sweet tooth with dreamy sweet/salty combinations. At home this may be frowned upon, but here we say ‘go for it!’ After all, that’s what vacations are all about: sweet adventures.” – Bonnie Schiedel   

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