Wherefore Art Thou Dinner? Arizona Theatre Company, Maynard’s Hosting Dinner & Show

Fettucine Boscaiola (Flickr/Aaron Lai)

On Thursday, March 12, Arizona Theatre Company and Maynard’s Kitchen will team up for a Romeo and Juliet-inspired dinner at 5:30pm, followed by the classic Shakespeare performance.

Both the dinner and show will be held in Downtown Tucson’s Temple of Music and Art, located at 330 S. Scott Ave. Chef Jared Scott of Maynard’s crafted a menu specifically for the event. Ticket holders can opt for selected wine pairings for $60, while the dinner without wine is at $45 per person.

Arizona Theatre Company/Maynard’s Romeo & Juliet-Inspired Dinner Courses

  1. Fettuccine Carbonara – Smoked ham hock, pea, carbonara sauce, local baby greens. Paired with Domaine de Quilla Muscadet 2012, FR.
  2. Guinness and Lamb – Root vegetables, pie crust, pistachios. Paired with Chartron La Fleur, 2010, Bordeaux, FR.
  3. Raspberry Trifle – Layers of coconut cake, raspberries, pastry cream, topped with whipped cream and toasted coconut. Paired with Strev, Moscato di Asti, 2013, Italy.

Non-ticket holders can still book their dinner spots, but with only forty seats left, availability is limited. Those interested in the dinner can call Maynard’s Kitchen at 520-545-0577, or if you’d like to reserve your ticket for the show, please visit arizonatheatre.org.

For more information, visit maynardstucson.com.

Dario Foroutan was Tucson Foodie's spring 2015 intern, covering general news in and around the University area.