Steakhouses Serve Up Booze Dinners:
Steak and wine go together like expensive peanut butter and jelly. Which is why you’ll want to take heed of the new crop of booze-paired dinners taking place at Chicago steakhouses in the coming weeks.
Patz & Hall wines step into the spotlight for a special dinner at III Forks Prime Steakhouse on November 18, showcasing the California winery and its lauded vittles. The dinner begins at 7:00 p.m., featuring a five-course degustation prepared by executive chef Billy Caruso matched with wines along the way. The progression will be presided over by Master Sommelier and Director of Wine Education for Southern Wine & Spirits, Serafin Alvarado, along with U.S. Sales Manager for Patz & Hall, Kevin Hinchman. The menu includes baked oysters, sherry-braised frogs’ legs, roasted quail, coco nib-crusted venison, and pineapple-Cognac caneles. The cost to attend is $150 per person and reservations.
How did the III Forks Prime Steakhouse get it’s name?