Babette’s Feast: Multi-course meal inspired by stage play at Feast (MENU)


December 13, 2022
By Matt Sterner

From the stage to your plate, this theatrical dining experience is one you shouldn’t miss.

Feast Dining Room (Credit: Jackie Tran)
Feast Dining Room (Credit: Jackie Tran)

The Rogue Theatre has teamed up with Feast for the seven-course Babette’s Feast on Sunday, January 22 at 4:30 p.m. The dinner, held at 3719 E. Speedway Blvd., has super limited seating (40 seats to be exact), and the first dinner taking place on Sunday, January 15 has already sold out.

Doug Levy, chef and owner of Feast, has crafted the meal that’s inspired by Isak Dinesen’s famous short story, which is paired with special wines and cognac.

Executive chef Doug Levy at Feast (Credit: Jackie Tran)
Executive chef Doug Levy at Feast (Credit: Jackie Tran)

The meal is a fundraiser for The Rogue Theatre and tickets are $375 per person. As mentioned earlier, get your tickets sooner than later because the first dinner has already sold out.

Babette’s Feast Menu

First Course
  • Potage à la Tortue – mock turtle soup
  • Served with Amontillado sherry
Second Course
  • Blinis Demidoff – buckwheat pancakes with caviar and sour cream
  • Served with Veuve Cliquot Champagne
Third Course
  • Caille en Sarcophage – quail in a puff pastry shell with foie gras and truffle sauce
  • Served with Clos de Vougeot Pinot Noir
Fourth Course
  • An endive salad
Fifth Course
  • Savarin au Rhum avec des Figues et Fruit Glacée – rum sponge cake with figs and candied cherries
  • Served with Champagne
Sixth Course
  • Assorted cheeses and fruits
  • Served with Sauternes
Seventh Course
  • Coffee with vieux marc Grande Champagne cognac

Feast is located at 3719 E. Speedway Blvd. For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit tix.com. The stage play “Babette’s Feast” will run from Thursday, January 12 – Sunday, January 29. 

 

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