20 September, 2019, 23:27

Feast Hosts Five-Course “Mostly” Belgian Beer Dinner

What
Mostly Belgian Beer Dinner
When
August 19, 2015
Where
Feast
3719 E Speedway Blvd
More info.
eatatfeast.com

On Wednesday, August 19, Feast is hosting a five-course “Mostly Belgian Beer Dinner”.

Why mostly Belgian? The evening begins with a German apple cider, which is then followed by a host of strictly Belgian beers like the Gouden “Carolus” Tripel Blonde Ale and the Delirium Red Ale.

As with any meal at Feast, the restaurant’s menu rises to the highest of expectations. Though it will be a battle of mouth and mind, you’ll want to save room as you progress through dinner. From the Arugula-Grapefruit Salad with Pork Belly and Candied Peanuts to a decadent Pear and Butternut Ravioli, each course only gets better than the last.

Dinner is at 6:30 and costs $50 per person. To make a reservation, call 520-326-9363, as web and email reservations won’t guarantee you a seat.

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Mostly Belgian Beer Dinner Menu at Feast

First Course

  • Arugula-Grapefruit Salad – Served with pork belly and candied peanuts
  • Paired with Possman “Pure” Apple Cider, Germany

Second Course

  • Seared New Zealand King Salmon – Tea-soaked French toast, gingered peas and fennel-tea beurre blanc
  • Paired with Gageleer Sweet Gale Ale, Belgium

Third Course

  • Pear and Butternut Ravioli – Coriander-honey cream sauce
  • Paired with Het Anker “Lucifer” Ale, Belgium

Fourth Course

  • Braised Rabbit – Mushroom custard and frites
  • Paired with Gouden “Carolus” Tripel Blonde Ale

Fifth Course

  • Seared Provolone – Served with drunken cherries
  • Paired with Delirium Red Ale, Belgium

For more information, visit eatatfeast.com.

Theresa is a copywriter, food explorer and pursuer of all things creative. Find her at theresadelaney.com.

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