The next dinner and a movie at Seviche, Bardstown Rd., will be “Under the Tuscan Sun,” Monday and Tuesday, April 17 and 18 beginning at 6 p.m. Continue reading Eat Italian movie food at Seviche
Monday, Jan. 30 at 6:30 p.m.,Seviche, Bardstown Rd., will host a special benefit dinner prepared by Seviche’s Anthony Lamas and his fellow Latino chefs/restaurateurs Fernando Martinez of Olé Restaurant Group (Artesano Vino Tapas Y Mas, Guaca Mole Cocina Mexicana, and Mussel & Burger Bar, among others) and Bruce Ucán of Mayan Cafe. The three will collaborate on a 7-course dinner, to benefit Partners in Health, an organization that provides health care in impoverished communities. The three Latino chefs – Martinez is from Cuba, Ucán from Mexico and Lamas from a Mexican immigrant family from California – are eager to do something to help out other Latino families in the Louisville area.
Continue reading Chef’s Latin All-Stars dinner at Seviche
There are usually so many intersting, worthwhile, entertaining and even educational dining events going on around town that you need a calendar to to let you know just what will be going on. So here goes, for the week beginning Monday, Dec. 12: Continue reading This next week’s dining events
Special dinners are planned at three top restaurants, Wiltshire on Market, Varanese & Seviche planned for the coming week or so, and there is still time to get in on the very fairly priced fun. Wiltshire will highlight Spanish wines from Raventós i Blanc (a wine estate founded in 1497, five years after Columbus sailed); Varanese will inaugurate a new tradition of a Pork and Pinot dinner, and Seviche has invited nine of its former chefs who have gone on to head other restaurants to return and collaborate on an “alumni” dinner. Continue reading Wiltshire, Varanese, Seviche offer cool special dinners
Tuesday, April 19, Seviche, 1538 Bardstown Rd., will show the 2014 film “The Hundred-Foot Journey” starring Helen Mirren in the restaurant’s private dining room. A dinner with a menu based on the foods suggested by the movie will be served during the showing.
The story is centered on an Indian family who moves to France and opens a restaurant across the street from a Michelin-starred French restaurant. A sort of war erupts between the two establishments, until, of course, love and a shared love of food bring everything to a happy conclusion.
Showtime is 6 p.m. The dinner menu will include a broth flavored with lime, coriander and garam masala; a truffle omelette; potato samosa with onion chutney; boeuf bourguignon; and apple tarte tatin with cardamon ice cream.
Cost for dinner, drink pairings and movie will be $75. Call (502) 473-8560, or email email@example.com.
The cognoscenti have probably booked up these excellent value special dinners that start tomorrow, but maybe, just maybe, there are still some seats available. They get booked early because those in the know understand that these wine dinners give chefs a chance to branch out from the regular menu, to try out new dishes, to confer with wine reps and sommeliers to concoct dishes that best complement interesting wines. The wines are almost always very affordable – good values that may be not so well known. There is always something new to learn at these evenings, about food or about wine or about the other convivial diners. If you haven’t been trying a wine dinner, you really should. Continue reading Wine dinners galore this week
For those knowing souls who keep a lookout for the delights of special dinners offered by local restaurants, a couple of notable such events are on the horizon. On tap in the coming weeks are a tomato tapas dinner at Seviche, a wine dinner at Brasserie Provence focused on the cuisine of Burgundy, and a small batch Rye whiskey dinner at Varanese. Continue reading Upcoming special dinners of note
Asia Institute-Crane House will celebrate the Year of the Sheep at the annual Asian New Year Dinner and Auction on Feb. 21, at The Gillespie, 421 W. Market St. The event will feature food created by six emerging Asian and Asian-American chefs under the direction of Chef Peng Looi of Asiatique and August Moon Chinese Bistro. Continue reading Crane House celebrates the Year of the Sheep