If you like to explore different wines with dinner, Brasserie Provence has a deal for you this Thursday, April 20. And if you are a beer aficionado, that same night you can enjoy a dinner crafted to pair with beers from Lexington’s West Sixth brewery. Continue reading Wine, beer focus of dinners at Brasserie Provence, Varanese
Tuesday, August 12, 6:30 p.m., Varanese, Frankfort Ave., will host a 4-course dinner pairing special dishes with a variety of beers concocted by Against the Grain Brewery, 401 E. Main St. Brewery Owner and General Manager Andrew Ott will be on hand discuss the pairings and how they enhance the meal.
At the reception, Brettish Bulldog Old Ale with be served. The first course beer will be Bay and Pepper your Bretts Saison Ale, to accompany Low Country beer boil with shrimp, corn on the cob and house-made sausage. Continue reading Varanese beer dinner to feature Against the Grain brews
Thursday, July 10, 7-9 p.m., Varanese. 2106 Frankfort Ave., will host a four-course dinner with dishes paired with beers from Michigan-based Bell’s Brewery. Brewery rep Greg Pilch will be on hand to discuss his choices for the beer pairings.
The evening will start with the light, crisp Oarsman at the reception. Bell’s Amber Ale will be poured with the first course, Bell’s beer cheese soup, followed by the Oberon with a shrimp salad with fennel, capers and lemon. Continue reading Varanese beer dinner to feature Bell’s brews
Tuesday July 1, Rye, 900 E. Market St., will host a 5-course dinner in their private dining room. Each course will be paired with various beers from the catalog of Dauntless Distributing of Louisville.
Head Chef Joe Banet and Sous Chef Andrew McCabe sat down with Michael Minton and the Dauntless Distributing for a tasting, and decided on six unique micro brews from the U.S. and Europe, and then the chefs figured out a menu. Or at least menu concepts.
On Friday, June 13, 6:00 p.m., Limestone, 10001 Forest Green Blvd., will offer its traditional Fathers Day dinner, an idea so good that it is strange that no one else has imitated it.
The meal will be a five-course dinner, pairing a different beer with each course for the adults. The same menu will be offered for the young adults, ages 9 to 18, without the beer, and a special five-course kids’ menu for children under 9 years old will be available as well. Continue reading Limestone offers best Fathers Day dinner ever