Chef Tribute Dinner: Charles Ranhoffer

Join us for a dinner in honor of Charles Ranhoffer (1836-1899), French chef at the famous Delmonico's Restaurant in New York from 1862 to 1876 and 1879 to 1896. Ranhofer was the author of The Epicurean (1894), an encyclopedic cookbook of over 1,000 pages, similar in scope to Escoffier's Le Guide Culinaire.

Chef Tribute Series
Charles Ranhoffer

Wednesday, March 25, 2015


Artichoke Bottoms Printanier
Pickled Oysters
Trout Marinated in Wine
Domaine du Tremblay Vin Noble, Quincy, FR 2011
Cream of Leek Soup with Croutons
Riesling – Albert Mann “Cuvee Albert,” Alsace, FR 2011
Halibut Admiral with Lobster Butter Veloute
Pouilly-Fuisse – Evening Land, FR 2011
Stuffed Quails with Bay Leaf
Lange – Three Hills Cuvee, Willamette Valley, OR 2012
Sirloin Steak a la Bordelaise with Marrow
Asparagus Tops with Parmesan Cheese
Fall Line – Red Willow Vineyard, Yakima Valley, WA 2011
Crusts with Pears
Rye Bread Ice Cream
Chateau Pierre-Bisse, Coteaux du Layon “Chaume” 2010

 $85. per person; tax and gratuity are extra  

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