Bleecker Street, Malibu Family Wines Team Up For A 5-Course Meal with Wine Pairings
If it’s been a while since you indulged in a 5-course meal with wine pairings from a local vineyard, here’s your chance. This Thursday, October 10th 2013, Tarzana’s Bleecker Street teams up with Malibu’s Saddlerock and Semler wines for a dinner that begins and ends as every night should—kicking off with a little bubbly […]
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If it’s been a while since you indulged in a 5-course meal with wine pairings from a local vineyard, here’s your chance. This Thursday, October 10th 2013, Tarzana’s Bleecker Street teams up with Malibu’s Saddlerock and Semler wines for a dinner that begins and ends as every night should—kicking off with a little bubbly and concluding with a tawny port. Not that you need much incentive to indulge in squash soup spiked with truffle oil and mushroom risotto topped with sliced lamb, but there’s also a silent auction benefiting Tarzana Medical Center’s new Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. It’s an evening we can get on board with: Eat. Drink. Give.
To make your reservations contact Bleeker Street Restaurant at (818) 996-3008 or RSVP here.
Tickets / $85 per person
Mini Cheese tray and bacon quiche – Paired with Saddlerock Sparkling Brut
Cream of squash soup with Truffle Oil drizzled atop with toasted pine nuts – Paired with Semler 2012 Sauvignon Blanc
Mushroom risotto with roasted lamb slices on a bed of greens – Paired with Semler 2009 Grenache or Semler 2009 Syrah
Petite filet with peppercorn sauce, roasted rosemary baby potatoes and roasted vegetables – Paired with Semler 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon
Pecan pie with Frangelico cream sauce drizzle – Paired with Tawny Port
Bleecker Street, 5442 Yolanda Avenue, Tarzana, CA 91356. (818) 996-3008
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