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A Taste for Team Bonding

Team bonding is a critical component of workplace wellbeing, helping to build trust, foster collaboration and improve communication among employees. In today’s remote world, scheduling time for team members to connect in-person has become more important than ever – and what better way to connect than over food and drink? Ditch the traditional happy hour and consider one of these unique food and drink-centric experiences for your next team bonding activity instead.

Costa d'Este Beach Resort & Spa - Vero Beach, FL

Mojito & Ceviche-Making Challenge

Think your team has what it takes to create the ultimate cocktail and appetizer combo? Then Costa d’Este’s mojito-and ceviche making challenge is an easy choice. During this challenge, your team will be divided into groups, given an assortment of ingredients and tasked with creating the best mojito and ceviche. The resort’s executive chef, Armando Galeas, will judge the teams’ final creations.

Sanderling Resort – Outer Banks, NC

Vineyard Voyage

Sail across the scenic Currituck Sound and travel through agricultural fields in an open-air safari truck to Sanctuary Vineyards for a winery tour and private team wine tasting. There, your team can learn the vine-to-glass process, smell the French oak barrels and meet the master winemakers behind the intriguing wine-making process.

Margaritaville Lake Resort – Lake Conroe, TX

Cheeseburger in Paradise Cookoff

Compete against your team members and create your own signature cheeseburger using only the ingredients from Margaritaville Lake Resort’s fresh-stocked panty. Choose from smoked beef brisket or local ground beef and a wide assortment of condiments and toppings – then off you go! Burgers will be judged based on presentation, flavor and creativity.

Willows Lodge – Woodinville, WA

Volunteer Winemaking

Ever wondered how wine is made? There’s only one way to find out: together, your team can volunteer at one of the local Woodinville wineries near Willows Lodge – including DeLille Cellars, Chatter Creek and JM Cellars – to gain a firsthand look at the wine-making process. Don’t worry, you won’t be stomping fruit in a vat. In fact, wineries often need the most help fishing out stems and leaves after the fruit has been crushed.

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