Alaskan Halibut and Duroc Pork – Specials April 6-7
I guess springtime is here to stay! I am seeing lots of local produce already and I love it!
For specials this weekend we are offering three fantastic treats of the spring. First of the Season Alaskan Halibut, pan-seared with fresh local morels and local asparagus. Locally-raised Duroc pork chops with balsamic glaze and grilled apricots. And a special tempura of wild local morels with roasted red pepper aioli. What could be more delicious?
We also have a new springtime featured bar menu out today. I know that so many of you love our classics, and you will certainly enjoy these seasonal cocktails just as much. We even have a few crazy new things for you to try that we have never offered before!
Easter is this Sunday and we are almost totally booked up, so if you are planning on joining us, Please make your reservations soon.
There are only four seats remaining for the DANA wine dinner on April 24. Have you ever had a wine that rated 100 points? These wines are that good and just as rare. The food is pretty tempting as well.
Special Entrees – Friday and Saturday
Soup – Roasted Butternut Squash
Special – Ultra-fresh, first of the season, Alaskan Halibut pan-seared and finished with shallot cream broth, fresh, local morels, and fresh local asparagus, served on a bed of chive mashed gold potatoes.
wine pairing – J Estate Russian River Valley Chardonnay
Special – Cider-brined Duroc pork chop, locally-raised, grilled and finished with a balsamic glaze and fresh apricots, served on a bed of cinnamon-goat cheese polenta, with bacon sauteed kale.
wine pairing – Yalumba Grenache
This Weekend’s Prix Fixe Menu
Amuse – Chilled carrot-ginger soup
Starter – Fresh, local morels, tempura with roasted red pepper aioli
Entrees – Alaskan Halibut with Morels, Local Pork Chop with Apricots
Dessert – Lemon Blueberry Tiramisu – homemade ladyfingers, lemon mascarpone cream and fresh blueberries
Featured Cocktail – Konza Trace – 4 Olives Original
Buffalo Trace Bourbon, Black Cherry-Cinnamon Shrub, Averna Amaro, Barrel-Aged Bitters.