speakeasy menu for October dinner

Posted by chaska on October 16, 2008


Something wicked this way comes…

When: Thursday, October 23 6:30pm
Where: It’s a secret – but we may be the first to have a dinner here
Reservations: Email me or call 502-287-2772
Cost: $75 per person, but $10 per person will be donated to a worthy Arts cause (you’ll learn more that night)

It’s finally complete! Our dinner for the evening, enhanced by the outdoors (rain or moonlight), basking in the glow of the season, will be served to you in comfortable style. Our evening will start with tales of Louisville’s hauntings by Mr. Ghost Walker himself while enjoying our signature cocktails for the evening, the Houdini (recipe to be posted later). Dinner will follow and our menu is:

Autumn Squash Soup with Gruyere Crostini

Seared Corvina served en Papillote of Banana Leaf

Lamb Shank with a Spiced Fruited Sauce over Roasted Walnut Cous cous

Gourmet S’mores (mmmm) and mulled port

Each course will also be accompanied by a wine pair, but also feel free to BYOB. I also encourage you to bring a bottle of water. And feel free to leave a comment here for Elaine, she can testify as to the deliciousness of the lamb! Dinner will be prepared by both myself as well as Annette Saco from Le Gallo Rosso.

Dress for the evening to be outdoors. Not roughing it per se, but be comfortable for whatever the weather calls for that evening. Masks required as is the password. We have a few spots still available, so make your reservations now.


4 Responses to “speakeasy menu for October dinner”

  1. […] Original post by chaska […]

  2. Caroline Knop-Schmoozer said

    I am so sad I will not be able to asist at the Spooky Supper Speakeasy, BUT I know it will be super and something to talk about…Good Luck!

  3. Caroline Knop-Schmoozer said

    Ava and I had a great time setting up for all the wonderful guests and Ava enjoyed the Ghost Teller!! I am sure the rest of the night was a success, just like the beginning! Again, another SUPER Supper Speakeasy!!!

  4. The event was wonderful.

    The food was excellent. My favorite was the squash soup, but the fish cooked in banana leaf was incredibly tasty, as well. The candle lit, open air setting was intimate, but the community seating made dinner conversation with a table full of people easy. The food presentation was a good mix of fancy and casual. The people that came out were easy to talk to and so diverse that conversation was never lacking. Of course all the wine and hot, spicy port didn’t hurt.

    I’m glad that I could make this one, and look forward to another.

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