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    Eat & Swig

    Chef Charles Reed of Henry's Place
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    Tonight, one of my favorite restaurants in town, Henry’s Place, will be hosting a beer dinner at 7 PM! Be sure to call for reservations - you won’t want to miss this meal!

    Henry’s Place Ommegang Beer Dinner

    October 24th, 2012


    1st Course - Appetizer

    Butter-Poached Duck and Lobster-Mushroom Quiche

    With Russian Sorrel, Morbier Cheese, and Roasted Shallot Quenelles

    Paired with Ommegang Abbey Ale


    2nd Course - Soup

    Frog Leg Consommé

    Julienne of Leek, Roasted Thumbelina Peppers, and Saffron

    Paired with Ommegang Belgian Pale Ale


    3rd Course - Entree

    Columbia River Sturgeon

    Sautéed atop Malabar Spinach and Fresh Papaya with Lime Basil Beurre Blanc

    Hippie Boomer Potatoes, Heirloom Carrots, Roasted White Pumpkin 

    Blue Lump Crab “Bottle Rockets”

    Sir Chester Aioli

    Paired with Ommegang Hennepin 


    4th Course - Dessert

    Nut Cake

    French Genoise, Hazelnut Buttercream, Walnut Punch, Pinion Powder Crunch

    Paired with Ommegang Three Philosophers 


    To make reservations, call: (502) 690-6585


    To read my past reviews of the wine dinners at Henry’s Place, please click here:

    If these beer dinners are anywhere near as fantastic as the wine dinners have been, tonight’s meal should be wonderful! If you can’t make it, be sure to pay Henry’s Place a visit soon.

    Henry’s Place

    4864 Brownsboro Ctr
    Louisville KY 40207

    Open for dinner M-F from 5 PM to Close

    Now open for lunch!
    Phone: (502) 690-6585

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