Please join Cincinnati E.A.T.S. for our Winter 2010 event Thursday, Feb. 4, at the Palace Restaurant in the Cincinnatian Hotel for cocktails, socializing, and great food - all for a great cause. And the Palace has given us an absolutely incredible deal for this event. Tickets will sell out quickly so do not delay.
HOSTS & HOSTESSES
Tracey Lynn Conrad
Erin & David Lombardi
Similar format, different location: You pay a discounted flat fee (that includes tax and tip) in advance for your meal. There are no table reservations and everyone eats together at the same time. It's a party with great food!
Drinks at 7 p.m. Mingle in the Cricket Lounge while listening to a live jazz trio. Guests will be seated at approximately 8 p.m. for dinner. The Palace will offer a three-course menu with accompanying wine pairings. Menu is listed below.
Purchsase your ticket above via Paypal. Tickets are $36.00. (An amazing value.) You will make your course selections at the time that you purchase your ticket. On the night of the event, just bring your receipt with you. Drinks will be handled individually at the event.
The Palace has long been one of Cincinnati’s best restaurants, appearing regularly on top-25 lists. But since arriving from New York in 2008, Chef Jose Salazar has made his mark on the city’s culinary scene and has people buzzing about a restaurant that has sometimes been taken for granted. By presenting seasonal menus that pay homage to the restaurant’s culinary tradition and doing so at an amazing price point, Chef Salazar has earned praise from critics and casual diners alike. He has received outstanding reviews from the Enquirer and Cincinnati Magazine. And the Palace’s pastry chef, Summer Genetti, was just named a top-10 pastry chef nationally by Gayot.com. Add in the sophisticated décor of the Cincinnatian and the classic swankiness of the Cricket Lounge and you have one of the best places to have a meal in the city. For more information, see http://www.palacecincinnati.com/
PLEASE NOTE: The evening will benefit the Freestore Foodbank. Unlike previous events, there will be no cash donation included in the ticket price. But please bring several canned goods for a donation at the door.
* Denotes Planning Committee
Arugula and Frisee Greens, Orange Confit, Candied Grapefruit, Pickled Red Onions, Shaved Pecorino Romano Cheese and Shaved Fennel
Roasted Chicken Consommé
Chicken dumplings, vegetables, hand rolled noodles
Long Island Duck Breast
Puy Lentils, Brussel Sprouts, Salsify, Port Wine and Currant Reduction
Dry Aged New York Strip
Celeriac Puree, Root Vegetables, Roasted Bone Marrow, Bordelaise Sauce
Organic Salmon with Hazelnut Crust
Roasted Winter Vegetables, Whole Grain Mustard Sauce
German Chocolate Crème Brulee
Custard Filled Almond Financier with Winter Fruit Compote
When & Where
Cincinnati E.A.T.S. is an organization dedicated to supporting great local, independent restaurants by having fun and eating great food.
Cincinnati E.A.T.S. will expose a new clientele to the best restaurants in the region via a discounted multi-course, fixed-price meal every few months.
Each Cincinnati E.A.T.S. event will take over an entire restaurant on an "off" night for an evening of food, drinks and socializing.