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The annual Long Table presented by Patioworld is a Playhouse District celebration of community with a sit down dinner for 300 of our friends and neighbors. Green Street will set the perfect space for the long table and provide a shaded canopy to cool the summer evening. Delectable food will be served featuring a series of courses prepared by Playhouse District restaurants. Wine tasting will be featured plus a special wine selection will be available to accent the food. Your choice of one entree:
Le Cordon Bleu Los Angeles
Chicken Main Entree: Crispy Chicken with purple rice puree, pepper relish, puffed rice and kung pao sauce.
Beef Main Entree: Braised Boneless Short Rib over a nest of creamy herbed polenta brandy bordelaise sauce served with baked globe tomato filled with diced summer vegetables and fresh grilled asparagus
Roy's Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine
Fish Main Entree: Misoyaki butterfish with sizzling soy vinaigrette with baby bok choy and furikake rice
Vegan Main Entree: Mediterranean Platter of grape leaves, hummus, tabouli, roasted peppers and mixed olives (with pits) garnished with mint, grilled artichokes, basil and pure olive oil served with pita bread.
Salad: Prosciutto and Melon Salad with imported mozzarella di bufala, arugula, cantaloupe, prosciutto di San Daniele, strawberries coulis and a drizzle of balsamic reduction.
Open Seating ($85, Early Bird $75 - ends June 30): Guests may choose their seat from available open seating tables on a first come, first served basis.
Reserved Seating ($95, Early Bird $85 - ends June 30): Guests may reserve a seat at a reserved table. It is recommended that groups that would like to be seated together, purchase reserved seats at the same table.
Please note: the last day to purchase tickets is July 21. Tickets will not be sold on event day.
About the Playhouse District:
The Playhouse District is an eclectic, cosmopolitan community rich in history and architecture. The District combines tradition and class with cool modernity. Join us for dinner on July 26 and explore Pasadena’s history while experiencing its future. Walk our tree-lined streets and discover a treasury of art and culture.
The Playhouse District Association (PDA), a non-profit corporation formed in 1995, is dedicated to managing and marketing Pasadena’s Playhouse District. In 2001, a coalition of PDA members, property owners and business owners formed a Property-Based Business Improvement District (PBID). The PBID pools private dollars to fund activities and services in the 32-block Playhouse District which is governed by an 11-member board of directors representing the district’s property owners, businesses and institutions.