The Dickensian Speakeasy – Even Scrooge himself would be pleased

Posted by chaska on November 7, 2009

FeastPicJoin us on Sunday, December 6, for a traditional Victorian feast with a menu that will delight and surprise, created by Chef Michael Hargrove, sous chef at the Jefferson Club currently and past executive chef at Primo. We will dine on historical goodies (menu is currently being finalized), including roast goose and Christmas Pudding, all while enjoying the beauty of a historical home from the period, a bit of wassail and the lovely singing of local carolers.

Non-Members: If you have not attended a Supper Speakeasy before, you may attend one before becoming a member.

Cost, as always, is $75 per person. Please call 502.287.2772 to reserve your space or click below to pay securely online. You will save $4 per ticket in service charges by calling.

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Cocktails
Fresh Eggnog
Hot Cider
Wassail

Hors d’oeuvres
Sweet and savory scones with clotted cream and young butter
Candied, spiced and roasted nuts
Charcuterie

roast-goose-apple-stuffing-tmMain Course
Roasted goose – Cranberry mustard and Bird gravy
Accompaniments
Mince meat pie
Baked acorn squash
Onion and chestnut dressing
Mashed potatoes
Glazed carrots
Roasted pearl onions  with bay and clove
Braised Greens

Dark Chocolate Buche De Noel

Dessert
Buche De Noel
…and a few surprises

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3 Responses to “The Dickensian Speakeasy – Even Scrooge himself would be pleased”

  1. Pete Walton said

    How do I make a reservation for the goose dinner?

  2. Thanks for the well written info.

  3. […] you were one of the lucky guests to attend our Victorian Speakeasy, you’ve had the pleasure of tasting some of Michael’s food. I was first introduced to […]

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