Maker’s Mark Supper Speakeasy with Bill Samuels

Posted by chaska on October 4, 2009

Maker's Mark LogoOLD WORLD MEETS NEW WORLD – THE KING LOUIS DINNER
The classics of Kentucky’s history joined together for a night of Maker’s Mark bourbon and French provincial cuisine

WHERE: As always, disclosed upon reservation
WHEN: Tuesday, October 13 6:30pm
COST: $75 – 40 spaces available – price includes 7 course dinner, drinks, entertainment, tax and gratuity
DRESS: Please wear black and/or red
RSVP: Please call 502-287-2772 to save on booking fees or click on the button below to order securely online

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BVS is pleased to work with Stephen Dennison, most recently of Z’s Fusion, for another unique and exciting dinner. This time, Stephen has created an amazing, 7 course, old world French provincial dinner each of which will be accompanied by a different Maker’s Mark cocktail showcasing the versatile and elegant pairing of bourbon and food. The evening will start with a Manhattan Bar offering 4-5 different twists on the classic cocktail while mingling and getting to know the rest of the guests. We’ll sit down to a plated dinner at 7:30 and delight in the combination of food and drink that Stephen will be presenting for the evening. A portion of the proceeds for the evening will benefit the Community Farm Alliance, a non-profit membership organization that assists family farms and urban communities with a locally integrated food economy.

MENU:

Maker’s Mark Manhattan Bar Selection of Manhattan Variations

Country Pate’ Rillet  Duckfat Bound with Various Accompaniments

Pomegranate Whiskey Sours

Lemon Poached Salmon, Zahtar/Dilled Potato Salad, Wilted Basil

Bacon-Larded Bison Tenderloin, Spice Rub Roasted Fingerlings, Makers-Glazed Carrots

Palate Cleanser of Maker’s Mark Macerated Ginger

Ginger-Infused Maker’s Mark, Forced Carbonation

Market-Chosen Triple Cream Cheese Plate

Duck Confit Forcemeat Stuffed Medjool Dates, Crispy Country Ham, etc.

Hearts and Roots Chopped Salad  Served with a spoon…

Snickers Bar-Infused Maker’s Mark Cordial

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2 Responses to “Maker’s Mark Supper Speakeasy with Bill Samuels”

  1. Awsome content, what template do you use in your blog ?

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