It’s Another Delicious Dinner Pairing at Whiskey Cake, this Time with Jefferson’s Bourbon
Whiskey Cake is hosting a pairing dinner on Tuesday, February 25th from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. Whiskey Cake has partnered up with Jefferson’s Bourbon for a fantastic evening of food and craft cocktails. Each dish from the six-course menu was thoughtfully created to pair perfectly with each craft cocktail.
This delectable six-course pairing dinner is available for $75 per person, gratuity and tax not included. Space is limited, and reservations are required. To reserve your seat, please call Whiskey Cake at (210) 236-8095 or email email@example.com.
Fried Pork Rillette
With Herbed Aioli
Go For Granny: Granny Smith Apple Juice, Honey and Basil, topped with Prosecco
Crispy Brussels Sprout Salad
Greek Yogurt, Marinated Pomegranate Seeds, HoneyCrisp Apple, Sorghum Syrup, Za’tar
Bay Leaf Smash: Bay Leaves, Jefferson’s Ocean Voyage ’19, Juniper Berry Syrup and Lemon
Beet-Whiskey Cured Salmon
Dill Creme Fraiche, Lemon, Caper, Shallots
Sweety: Jefferson’s Aged at Sea, Cointreau, Lemon, Simple Syrup, Lavender Bitters, Champagne
Italian Wedding Soup
Bison and Pork Meatballs, Fresh Spinach, Garlic, Parmesan Cheese, Fregula
Jefferson’s Ocean Aged at Sea Cask Strength: Neat
Shrimp and Venison Surf and Turf
Celery Root Puree, Red Cabbage Marmalade, Roasted Shallot a jus, Fried Leeks, Lingonberry Sauce
Magic Mushroom: Jefferson’s Reserve Pritchard Hill, Amaro Nonino, Lemon, Truffle Oil, Absinthe, Fresh Dill
Ice Cream Sandwich
Strawberry Ice Cream Sandwich dipped in Dark Chocolate
Strawberry Tart: Jefferson’s Ocean Bourbon, Strawberry Syrup, Flower Water, Lemon
About Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar
Whiskey Cake was born with the belief that local is a place as much as it is a way of eating. This classic American neighborhood restaurant provides a well-curated and thoughtful approach to its farm-to-kitchen menu. Everything is inspired by local ingredients available each season, including the spirited garden-to-glass cocktails. Each Whiskey Cake chef practices slow-cooking methods and sources from the best vendors possible while creating an approachable, but confident, menu served up in a farmhouse-funk interior. The bar program is as thoughtful as the onsite garden using farm fresh ingredients, hand-pressed juices and more. 350 whiskey brands are available as well as micro-brewed beers and carefully selected wines. Originally opened in 2010 in Plano, Texas, the concept boasts 6 locations in both Texas and Oklahoma with an expansion plan of 3 new restaurants in 2019. For more information, please visit www.whiskeycake.com or get social with them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/whiskeycake/.