Hop to it this April at our “Hop-Pocalypse” IPA Beer Dinner

Do you like innovative cuisine and a good IPA beer? Have we got a special dinner for you! Our “Hop-Pocalypse” IPA Beer Dinner Thursday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. brings together fun, different dishes and the cream of IPA brews for your sampling and delight. Peruse this mouthwatering menu of IPAs and accompanying courses:

First Course
IPA: Jackie O’s Waka Waka Waka
Wild Watercress, Baby Fennel, Cherry Tomatoes,
Mandarin Segments, English Cucumbers and Red Radishes
in a Champagne Vinaigrette

Second Course
IPA: Three Floyds Alpha King
Braised Daisy Field Farms Kurobuta Berkshire Pork
Guajillo Pancake, BBQ Gelee, and Jicama Slaw

Third Course
IPA: Heavy Seas Black Cannon
P.E.I. Mussel Nugget Nectar Curried Saffron Broth
Green Harissa
Garlic Tostada
Micro Cilantro

Fourth Course
IPA: 3 Heads 2 Kind Double IPA
Airline Amish Chicken Breast
Cauliflower and Redskin Potato Puree
Lardon Crema
Carrot Crisp

Fifth Course
IPA: Stochasticity Project Grapefruit Slam
Blueberry Panna Cotta
Hazelnut Brittle
Micro Royal Mint

Cost of this opportunity to hopscotch the IPA landscape is $45 per person plus tax and gratuity. To ensure your reservation, get hopping and call 216.481.9635 now!

Advertisements

Lenten Fish Fry Fridays return!

It’s almost Lent, and at the Bistro, that means the return of Fish Fry Fridays at dinnertime. You can always count on a good fish fry with mac ‘n’ cheese at lunch, but especially for the Lenten season, you can either dine in or pick up a dinner of tempura-fried walleye, crispy French fries, and creamy-cool cole slaw during our evening hours. (You might want to come in early to make sure we haven’t run out.) Stop by starting Friday, March 7, for a weekly piscatorial platter bound to please your palate!

Kiss winter goodbye at our Hungarian Inspired Vegan Dinner and “La Vie en Rosé” Wine Dinner

If you’re like us, you’re ready and willing to say “Enough already!” to winter. Time to poleax the Polar Vortex and get on with spring, right? Well, here at the Bistro we can’t control the weather, but we can bring soft feelings of spring to your palate, and we’ve come up with two different ways to do it.

Our Hungarian Inspired Vegan Dinner Thursday, March 20, will make you feel as if you’ve escaped the snow and ice and are enjoying the bounty of spring in Budapest. This “3-for-$30” (plus tax and gratuity) menu is a heartwarmer:

Starter
Marinated Roasted Beet and Arugula Salad

Entree
“Chicken” Paprikash Potato Gnocchi

Dessert
Apple and Dried Apricot Strudel Vanilla Frozen “Yogurt”

The menu will be available between 5 and 9 p.m. This one is sure to be a pleaser for vegan diners and those just trying it out, so make your reservations now!

Are you a wine lover? You won’t want to miss our “La Vie En Rosé” Wine Dinner Thursday, March 27, at 6:30 p.m. This fabulous feast teams five courses of sumptuous dining with five prime examples of rosé wines. Here’s the menu:

First Course
Skewered Sweet Red Chili Shrimp
“Bar-B-Que” Style Trio of Avocado, Edamame and Bean Sprouts
Warm Honey-Lime Coulis
Wine: Villa Wolf Pinot Noir Rosé

Second Course
Panko-Crusted Herbed Goat Cheese
Roasted Beets — Medallion of Grilled Sweet Sausage
Red and Green Grape Salsa Arugula with White Balsamic Vinaigrette
Wine: Regaleali Nerello Mascalese Rosé

Third Course
Char-Grilled Mahi-Mahi
Smoked Tomato-Garam Masala
Israeli Couscous Black Bean and Hominy Relish
Wine: Domaine de Nizas Mourvedre Rosé

Fourth Course
Slow-Roasted Veal Short Ribs
Wilted Savoy Cabbage with Smoked Nueske Bacon and Cannellini Beans
Finished with a Pomegranate Bar-B-Que Glaze
Wine: Demorgenzon Cab Rosé

Fifth Course Chocolate Mousses Roulade
Fresh Raspberry and Chambord Whipped Cream
White Chocolate Ribbon
Wine: Batasiolo Muscat Rosé

Cost of this “view of dinner through rosé-colored glasses” is $58.50 per person plus tax and gratuity. Be sure to save your place by calling 216.481.9635. The time to stake your claim on the first taste of spring is now!