All Hallows Tea

All Hallows Tea

Stop down at 52 Stafford as we get into the Halloween spirit!

Friday, October 13, 2023 | 5 – 9 pm

Tea buffet, snacks, hors d’oeuvres, and themed cocktails!

Join us for a spooktacular evening at the 52 Stafford Hotel, Restaurant & Irish Pub in Plymouth. Indulge in a delightful tea party filled with Halloween-themed treats and enchanting brews. Dress up in your favorite costume and enjoy the festive atmosphere with fellow tea enthusiasts. Whether you’re a witch, a ghost, or a pumpkin, this event is sure to be a wicked good time. Don’t miss out on this ghoulishly delightful gathering!
$40 includes tea buffet, ghoulish bag, and 2 specialty drink tokens
Special Guest DJ Carme Diem will be spinning the spooktacular soundtrack to this fun event!
Cheese Capital Festival

Cheese Capital Festival

Organized by the Plymouth Chamber of Commerce, the Annual Cheese Capital Festival is a historic event that celebrates our cheese heritage in Plymouth. 52 Stafford is proud to be a part of the fun festivities.

Saturday, June 24, 2023
11 am – 11 pm

4 course cocktail pairing dinner

with Peter Clement and Great Lakes Distillery.
Starting at 5:30

$80/person | $160/couple

Service inside from 11 am – 5 pm
Cocktail Pairing a la carte

Pairing Dinner + Room + Cheese Capital Festival t-shirt  = $420

Call (920) 893-0552 to Book!

Live Music:
The Legendary Barry Dodd | During Dinner
Whiskey In Me Tea

Outdoor Tent!

52 Stafford, American Legion, Meyer Brothers Old Fashions, and Plymouth Brewing Co. join forces in providing your libations in the outdoor tent.
Live Music:
Doozey | 8 – 11pm

TubaChristmas Returns!

TubaChristmas Returns!

52 Stafford is hosting our 35th annual TubaChristmas! Come celebrate the wonderful time of year with amazing holiday songs and cheer! Music from 7-11pm.

8 things you must do @ TubaChristmas:
Book a room 50% off for $99.99
Get here early, we’ve heard it is going to be packed
Relax by a beautiful fireplace
Enjoy spirits with friends
Eat one of Chef Emily’s amazing dishes
Listen to the wonderful brass band that
has been playing for 35 years at 52.


From Wikipedia

TubaChristmas is a music concert held in cities worldwide that celebrates those who play, teach, and compose music for instruments in the tuba family, including the tuba, sousaphonebaritone, and euphonium, though some participants bring rarer members of the family such as the heliconophicleideserpent and double bell euphonium.

The first TubaChristmas was organized by Harvey G. Phillips to honor his tuba teacher William Bell, born on Christmas Day 1902. It was held December 22, 1974, in the ice skating rink at New York City’s Rockefeller CenterPaul Lavalle conducted.[1] Over 300 musicians played that day, beginning a holiday tradition. The arrangements of the Christmas carols were written by Alec Wilder, who coincidentally died on Christmas Eve 1980.