Chef Philip Denny and the folks at Six Burner would like to welcome you to a casual, home style brunch on Sunday, April 1, 2012. This meal will combine the background and technique of one Richmond’s most innovative chefs.Think comfort food with a little twist. Like other Marinara events, this meal will be served family style.
Six Burner is currently not opened for brunch so this meal will be unique opportunity to try some food that isn’t currently on their menu.
- Fried Chicken “Sous Vide”- 3 Different Flavors
- Belgian Style Waffles
- Served with Maple Syrup, Cilantro Jalapeno Yoghurt, Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce, & Hot Kimchi.
- Braised Greens
- Green Tea Panna Cotta with Carbonated Fruit
*Clamatos, Bloodys and Mimosas will be available at the bar, along with a full bar menu.
Price- $25 a person (includes coffee or soft drink, tax and tip not included)
Time- 12 PM on April 1, 2012
Where- Six Burner Restaurant, 1627 W. Main St
This dinner will be hosted by Amour’s owner Paul Heitz and will be prepared by the talented Chef Rob Hamlin. Heitz, who hails from Alsace, is excited to show the hospitality and cuisine that was afforded to him as a child in France. This meal will be different than some of the other meals in that it will not be served family style. Heitz assures me that a true Alsatian meal would involve a high level of service from the hosts. So as guests, we are to come and enjoy a pleasant dinner amongst friends.
The meal will consist of 3 courses along with 2 Amuse Bouche. The dinner will have an optional wine pairing that will include wines from the region. If wine is not your thing, the bar will be open.
The price of the meal with the pairings is $59 and without $44 (not including tax and tip). Reservations can be made through constant contact and payment will be handled on the day of the event.
A Holiday Dinner in Alsace-
- Where: Amour Wine Bistro (3129 West Cary Street)
- When: 7 Pm on December 4, 2011
- Cost: $59 with wine, $44 without
Photos by Daniel C. Warshaw.
Photos by Daniel C. Warshaw.
September’s Event looks to be another good one. This time we are heading over to Manchester to the Ejay Rin Noodle Bar where Bill and Andy are looking to give us some Asian/Southern Fusion. The 5 Course Menu looks incredible:
1st Course- Sake Steamed Mussels with Ham Hock
2nd Course- Local Rockfish with Shichimi Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes & Wilted Spinach
3rd Course- Soy Braised Fried Quail with Ramen Broth Grits & Bok Choy
4th Course- Confit of Pork Loin with Sticky Rice & Kale
5th Course- Hoecakes with House made Pear/Yuzu Ricotta & Local Honey
The dinner will be held at 7 PM on September 18. 2011. The price of the dinner is $50 a person and that includes the meal, tax and tip. Beverages and Alcohol will be available for purchase. For those who are interested, Andy will also be setting up a small pour pairing for an additional $25.
Tickets can be purchased HERE
201 W. 7th Street, Richmond
The Marinara Enterprises along with The Tobacco Company Restaurant are excited to announce this special dinner to be hosted at The Tobacco Company Restaurant on Sunday, August 28th. The meal will feature the work of up-and-coming chef, Jason Von Moll, who will use the influences of his childhood and time in Charleston to present a fantastic variety of dishes that will excite even the most casual diner. READ MORE