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    Winston’s restaurant at Sullivan University is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a delectable four-course dinner menu on Friday, February 13 and Saturday, February 14. Guests will be offered a choice among five entrées created by Chef John Castro with an appetizer, salad and dessert, which are included in the price of each meal.

    Chef Castro’s menu for Valentine’s Day includes the following:

    Appetizers

    French Onion Gratinée

    Roasted Red Pepper Brie Soup

    Shrimp Cocktail

    Three extra large shrimp with house made cocktail sauce

    Fried Oysters

    Six oysters with banana pepper tartar, cocktail and sweet chili sauces

     

    Salads

    Caesar Salad

    Crisp romaine, Parmesan cheese, croutons, tossed in our Caesar dressing

    Wedge Salad

    Iceberg lettuce, tomato, bacon, red onion, crumbled bleu cheese, choice of dressing

     

    Entrées

    Filet of Beef – $64

    Haricots verts, baked potato

    Lamb Chops – $64

    Rubbed with baharat, vegetable couscous

    Sea Bass – $64

    Curry and fennel yuzu, matcha, jalapeno oil, roasted heirloom carrots and celeriac, potato galette

    Lobster Vol-Au-Vent – $62

    Puff pastry vol-au-vent with lobster, shrimp, scallops and asparagus in a cream sauce finished with brandy and chives

    Salmon – $57

    Salmon rice pilaf with herbs and asparagus finished with a citrus beurre blanc

    Desserts

    Crème Brûlée

    Cheese Cake with bourbon caramel and strawberries or raspberry sauce

    Coconut Cake with passion fruit and raspberry coulis

    Chocolate Ganache Orange Butter Cream Cake

     

    Seating is limited, so it’s recommended to make reservations by calling 502-456-0980. 

     

    About Winston’s Restaurant:

    Winston’s Restaurant is a teaching facility for Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS) and is recognized as a Distinguished Restaurant of North America. The NCHS prepares students for careers in the hospitality field by offering six Associate of Science (A.S.) degrees and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree. Students can earn an Associate of Science degree in Culinary Arts; Baking and Pastry Arts; Beverage Management; Professional Catering; Hotel and Restaurant Management and Event Management and Tourism; and a Bachelor of Science degree in Hospitality Management. The University also offers Professional Baker, Personal/Private Chef and Tourism diplomas. All programs of study are taught by highly qualified faculty using the latest contemporary facilities. 

    Photo Courtesy of Winston's website. 

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