Cincinnati E.A.T.S. at The President's Room
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What's old is new again . . .
Please join Cincinnati E.A.T.S. for our Fall 2014 event on Wednesday, October 1, at The President's Room at the Phoenix for cocktails, socializing, and great food -- all for a great cause. Tickets will sell out quickly so do not delay. Capacity is very limited for this event.
HOSTS & HOSTESSES
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 6:30 p.m. in the lounge. Guests will be seated for dinner at approximately 7:30 p.m. The President's Room will offer a three-course menu with accompanying cocktail, wine, and beer pairings (sold separately). Menu is listed below.
To register, please visit www.cincinnatieats.com and purchase your ticket via Paypal. Tickets are $42.00. You will make your course selections when you purchase your ticket. On the night of the event, you'll only pay for drinks.
Reopened in April 2014, The Presidents Room is the place where diners experience a mix of classic and new dishes prepared with the finest ingredients available, where classic drinks have modern and unique variations; all set in a beautiful and elegant piece of Cincinnati's architectural history. The President’s Room is located on the first floor of The Phoenix, an historic Cincinnati landmark. The Phoenix was built in 1893, and is Cincinnati's finest example of Italian renaissance architecture. The architect was the renowned Samuel Hannaford, best known for his design of Music Hall, and also the architect for other great Cincinnati landmarks. Chef Jeremy Luers grew up in Batesville, IN. Chef held his first restaurant job at the popular German restaurant and inn, The Sherman House. Later, Luers ventured to culinary school where he discovered his passion for Italian cuisine. He refined his craft while working at Mario Batali's much celebrated Italian restaurant, Babbo, and truly fell in love with Italian and Mediterranean fare. Upon returning to the midwest, Luers worked for a number of years at Cincinnati’s own top Italian restaurant, Boca, and also was an important contributor to the concept and menu behind Enoteca Emilia in O'Bryonville. For more information, see http://www.thepresidentsrm.com/home/
PLEASE NOTE: The evening will benefit the Freestore Foodbank in the form of a canned food drive. Please bring two cans with you to donate on the night of the event. Two cans per person adds up to quite a bit for our events.
* - Denotes Planning Committee
Local heirloom tomatoes, whipped ricotta, garlic, red onions, cucumber, chives, salty rye crumbs, 50 year sherry vinegar, extra virgin olive oil
Little Gem Salad
dates, pecans, pickled red onion, whipped truffle goat cheese, fennel pollen, white balsamic vinaigrette
honey bourbon-glazed, dill spatzle, corn, bacon, arugula, fried shallot salad
Pappa al Pomodoro
local heirloom tomatoes, yesterday’s bread, sofritto, basil, parmigiano reggiano, fried egg, grilled bread
Choucroute Garni Royale
pork spare ribs, pork belly, smoked sausage, brat, sauerkraut, potatoes, roasted baguette, house beer mustard
Local tomato, mussels, nduja, garlic, chili, scallion, basil bread crumbs
Sweet Corn Panna Cotta
macerated strawberries, corn fritters, candied corn nuts
German Chocolate Cake
coconut gelato, ganache
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.