Ron's Weekly Wednesday, October 22, 2015
Savor the Mystery that is the Wild Mushroom
Consider that mystery, the mushroom. Neither plant nor animal, it occupies a special place in nature.
This week our Menu for a Mycologist's DreamĚ pays tribute to this savory gift of the wild, a treasure of the misty realms in the Pacific Northwest. That energetic, talented (indeed, even famous) wild food forager, Jeremy Faber (once a sous chef here), is in the field--his secret haunts--in hot pursuit of Matsutake, Boletus, Angel Wings, Lion's Beards, Lobster Mushrooms, Cauliflower Mushrooms, yellow and blue Chanterelles, and other esculent fungi of the season.
So don't miss the peak season. Join us at the table. Loosen the belt and join us as our chefs take on the challenge of these marvels of the Northwest. The glow of candles and romantic guitar waits to enchant you alongside of our nationally acclaimed culinary creations.
Our nightly Garden Tour begins at 6:30. Come at 6:10 (3:40 on Sunday), and we'll also have an Open House in the Wine Cellar where you can check out the 26,000 bottles of wines covering some 4,300 selections! This is also the most extensive collection of Oregon and Washington wines in the world.
I invite you to join us again this season for a remarkable and memorable evening. Celebrate a birthday or anniversary or just the pure joy of living. To reserve you table, give us a call at 425-485-5300 between 10 am and 5 PM, or here on line 24 hours a day!
See you soon!