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Henry's Place American Bridge Wine Dinner on 9/19!
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Last month, I attended the 1st American Brigade wine dinner at Henry’s Place on Brownsboro Rd., where Chef Charles Reed serves up Pan-European creations that dazzle the senses. It was absolutely wonderful, and they will be having a 2nd wine dinner next Wednesday, the 19th!  Each elegant course will be paired with selections from the portfolio of Majestic Fine Wines.

The enticing menu:

1st

Roasted Lamb Saddle St. Nicholas

Heirloom Tomato Tart, Gorgonzola, and Natural Jus

WindRacer Anderson Valley Pinot Noir, 2007

 

2nd

Brentwood Corn Consommé

Jerez Cheese Straw

Arrowood Sonoma Chardonnay, 2009

 

3rd

Persian Lime Sorbet

Summer Melon, Sangria, and Sweet Lychee with Chocolate Mint

 

4th

Roasted Peking Duck Ballotine

Summer Pole Beans, Beech Mushrooms, Caramelized Spaghetti Squash, and Pommes Boulangeres in Rainier Cherry and Duck Demi-Glace

Stonestreet Fifth Ridge Red, 2006

Farrier “Presshouse” Meritage, 2008

 

5th

St. Michael Oyster Salad

Buttermilk Blue Cornmeal-Coated and Fried, with Vidalia Onion Chutney and Butterfly Tuile Cracker

Solletico Prosecco

 

6th

Banana Moon Pie

Marse Henry’s Couverture Chocolate Truffle

Arrowood Late Harvest Riesling, 2007

 

Here’s my review of the first American Brigade wine dinner: 

http://www.louisville.com/content/1st-henry%E2%80%99s-place-american-brigade-wine-dinner-triumph-food-dining

The cost is $100 per person plus tax and gratuities.

Dressing nicely is required, and so are reservations! (502) 690-6585

Dress up and enjoy an evening of luscious food on Wednesday, September 19th! Based on the previous wine dinner, I can guarantee that this will be a memorable and delicious meal.

Henry’s Place

4864 Brownsboro Center

(502) 690-6585

Open for dinner Monday through Saturday from 5 PM to Close

www.henrysplacelouisville.com

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I am a writer/reviewer who has the unique perspective of also being a working professional chef. I don't look up big words in my thesaurus to sound impressive because I'd rather concentrate on having a writing style that makes you feel like a friend. I'll be bringing you news about Food & Dining in our lovely city. :)

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