East End hot spot Henry’s Place will host an American Brigade wine dinner showcasing Pan-European cuisine and California wines on August 8 at 7 p.m.
According to a news release, the six-course menu, prepared by chef and co-owner Charles Reed, will be paired with selected wines, and the cost is $100 per person (plus tax and gratuity).
For more information or to make a reservation, please call 502-690-6585.
The evening’s menu includes:
- First course: lemon quail, roasted with eggs on gold, Russian sorrel nest, cheddar crumb cracker and natural jus, paired with Franciscan Chardonnay, Napa Valley
- Second course: consommé profiteroles, double-strength chicken broth, chicken fennel mousse and Parisian potato, paired with Estancia “Pinnacle Ranches” Sauvignon Blanc, Monterey
- Third course: honey-blueberry sorbet
- Fourth course: veal rib, roasted lip-on, Russian king crab farce, knob onion, basil, veal glacé, Morbier pear potato, caramel squash and butter poached white asparagus, paired with Simi “Landslide Vineyard” Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander Valley
- Fifth course: red and green malabar salad with Peking duck pâté, fol epi cheese and roasted shallot vinaigrette, paired with Wild Horse “Cheval Sauvage” Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Valley
- Sixth course: key lime Charlotte peek-a-boos, Marse Henry’s Couverture Chocolates, paired with Robert Mondavi Winery Moscato d’Oro, Wappo Hill Vineyard, Stag’s Leap District
* Want to know more about Henry’s Place? Read our earlier observations.