Enjoy A Holiday Dinner Inside A Life-Sized Gingerbread House! [VIDEO]

A restaurant in the Westin Austin hotel in Texas has constructed a life-sized gingerbread house where guests can enjoy a magical holiday dinner this season.

By bonneville on December 7, 2018
Largest Gingerbread House, San Stella Jac, Westin Austin
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Run, run, run as fast as you can. You don’t want to miss the chance to dine with the gingerbread man. A restaurant in Austin, Texas, has constructed a life-sized gingerbread house where guests can dine this holiday season.
According to ABC News, the gingerbread house is located in the Westin Austin hotel’s San Stella Jac restaurant. It is open through Jan. 1, including Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. However, if you want to get a seat, reservations are necessary. 

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Executive chef Martin Wilda told KVUE about the construction of the gingerbread house, saying:

“He goes, ‘I want you to build me a life-size gingerbread house,’ and I said, ‘OK, I’ll see what we can do.’”

The gingerbread house is made up of 900 pounds of flour, 350 pounds of butter and 25 pounds of cinnamon, per KVUE. The house also includes “6 cases of corn syrup, five cases of pure cane syrup, five packs of pumpkin spice, five cases of egg whites, 25 pounds of ground ginger and 500 pounds of powdered sugar,” according to ABC News.

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The ginormous cookie creation can seat up to 12 people at a time, according to San Stella Jac’s website. It also features a dining area and an interactive photo booth. ABC News further reported that part of the restaurant’s proceeds are being donated to a local charity that works to combat homelessness.

“It’s truly a labor of love,” outlet sales manager Kelsey Hart told KVUE.

Head right here to learn more about this crazy restaurant. Also, let us know what you think about this in the comments section below. Would you want to eat here?

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