Etiquette Classes at The Saint Paul Hotel
We offer both private Etiquette Classes for groups
and public Children’s Etiquette Classes.
Please call 651-228-3860 for more information about our etiquette classes.
Class descriptions and luncheon menus listed below. Private Etiquette Class information PDF
... because you never get a second chance to make a first impression ...
A St. Paul Pioneer Press article "Lessons in dining etiquette – for prom and beyond" features
our Etiquette Instructor, Bethany Miller, along with The Saint Paul Hotel's Etiquette classes.
Children's Etiquette Luncheon
March 25, 2017, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
September 30, 2017, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
October 28, 2017, 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Three hours, $60 per person
Our Etiquette Class emphasizes respect for others and educates children on manners and etiquette with a fun, hands-on approach. Your child will learn social etiquette, proper introductions and fine dining skills.
The class incorporates role-playing and features a three-course lunch to help children practice and retain what they are learning. This is an excellent opportunity for children to build confidence and learn important skills which make everyday situations easier to navigate.
For children aged 8-13.
Business Etiquette Luncheon
Two hours – plus a 30 minute discussion
The Business Etiquette Luncheon offers program participants the opportunity to refresh and refine their dining etiquette skills during a four-course lunch – complete with information on place setting standards, utensil handling, passing protocol, and mealtime manners for hosts and guests. This course is designed to improve communication and presentation skills to maximize business goals and enhance relationships with clients, employers, associates and friends. This class includes instruction on etiquette related subjects such as: introductions, greetings, the power of positive lasting impressions, networking, making conversation and correspondence. A handbook, summarizing the course content, is offered as part of the event package.
Our Etiquette Instructor, Bethany Miller (pictured above, lower left), holds a bachelor of science degree in elementary education and is also a graduate of the prestigious American School of Protocol in Atlanta, Georgia and has a licensure from Washington School of Protocol, Washington DC in Business Etiquette & International Protocol. Motivated by her love of teaching, she established Doors of Success School of Etiquette to further assist youth and adults with their personal development and social skills.
She is a skilled educator working with students in elementary school, high school, college and the corporate world. Ms. Miller has an engaging personality and makes learning the finer details of manners and social skills memorable.
Sample Etiquette Class Menus
Menu for Children's Class:
1st course Tomato Bisque
2nd course Chicken Pomodoro (Seared Breast of Chicken with Tomato Bruschetta, Shiitake Mushrooms, Spinach & Fresh Garlic) served with Orzo Pasta & Broccolini
3rd course Chocolate Cathedral (Chocolate Mousse wrapped in White and Dark Chocolate Tower with Soaked Berries)
Menu for Business Class:
1st course Tomato Bisque with Puff Pastry
2nd course Wedge of Iceberg Lettuce with Diced Eggs, Hardwood Smoked Bacon & Tomatoes, served with Buttermilk Dressing
3rd course Chicken Amaretto (Grilled Airline Chicken Breast with Amaretto Cream Sauce) served with Acorn Squash Risotto & Asparagus)
4th course New York Cheesecake with Raspberry Sauce