Love Seviche and all their special movie dinners? Well, this month, their Dinner and a Movie Feature will be the classic “A Christmas Story” on Wednesday the 19th, accompanied by a 5-course meal inspired by the film!
A Christmas Story Dinner and Movie Menu:
“Breakfast:” Egg, black truffle, house bacon, toast and maple syrup
“Meatloaf #1:” Foie gras terrine, house pickled vegetables, pistachio and cranberry mustard
“Meatloaf #2:” Veal, Kennebec potato, local collards and potlikker gravy
"Chinese Turkey:” Certified all-natural duck, orange, ginger, Bluegrass Soy Sauce and jasmine rice
"Christmas Cookies:" Ice cream sandwich, banana, toffee, white chocolate dulce de leche and raspberry powder
Sounds great, right? Well, get your Red Ryder BB Gun (actually, please don’t) and join Chef Anthony Lamas for an evening of classic entertainment!
The movie will be shown on an 8-foot screen in a private dining room, and showtime is 6:30. The meal will be served during the film.
The cost is $125 per person plus tax and gratuity. Spaces are limited, so please make reservations by calling (502) 473-8560. Payment is required when making reservations.
Chef Anthony Lamas is a 3-time semi-finalist for the James Beard Foundation’s award for “Best Chef Southeast” (2010-2012) and Seviche was named one of USA Today’s 10 great places for Latino flavor and flair in America. He’s rather an impressive guy, and I wouldn’t miss this meal if I were you.
See you on the 19th. Don’t get your tongue stuck to any flag poles between now and then.
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