Thursday, February 25, 2010

Beer Dinner: La Cote Brasserie March 24th

I received the following information from La Cote Brasserie regarding a beer dinner they will be doing in March.  I just copy and pasted the info below.

Chuck Subra, Executive Chef of La Côte Brasserie, has crafted a 5-course menu in harmony with two regional brew houses, Lazy Magnolia and Heiner Brau. Each brand will feature several of their varietals, one with each course. This Southern Beer Dinner will be held on March 24, 2010 at 7:00pm and is $60 per person, exclusive of tax and gratuity.

Southern Beer Dinner Menu: Reservations are required and can be made by calling the restaurant, 504-613-2350.

Red Fish Ceviche - Bechnel Farms Myer Lemon, Red Naval, Pear Tomatoes
Heiner Brau - Kolsch Unfiltered

Spiced Pecan Salad - Mache, Candied Apples, Stilton, Sherry Vinaigrette
Lazy Magnolia - Southern Pecan

Lacquered Pork Belly - Celeriac Slaw, Satsuma Reduction
Lazy Magnolia - Indian Summer Spiced Ale

Veal Paillard - Butternut Squash Pasta and Sage Beurre Noisette
Heiner Brau - Festbier

Marzen Poached Plums - Marzen Ice Cream, Louisiana Brown Sugar Tuille
Heiner Brau - Marzen

Lazy Magnolia, founded in 2003, is the state's first local brewery located in Kiln, Mississippi. They are dedicated to providing the best possible products through our tireless efforts, our superior motivation, and our Southern heritage. The line of beers is made in true Southern Style, complementing the traditions of the South and remaining true to Southern tastes. They include: Southern Pecan, Southern Gold, Red Ale, Jefferson Stout, Indian Summer and Gulf Porter.

Heiner Brau boasts one of the only German Brewmasters in the United States, Henryk "Heiner" Orlik, who has been brewing since 1972 and opened in Covington, Louisiana since 2005. Year-round beers include: Kölsch, Maerzen and Strawberry Ale. There are also several seasonal specialties, such as: Mardi Gras Festbier, Maibock, Hefe-Weisse and Festbier Oktoberfest.

Native Louisianan, Chef Chuck Subra Jr., Executive Chef of La Côte Brasserie, has a passion for pairing the abundant seafood available in Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico with local and international flavors. He has been recognized as's "Top 5 Hot Spots in New Orleans," the Times Picayune "Top Dining Guide", Louisiana Cookin' Chefs to Watch, Jamie Shannon Award recipient (given to New Orleans Chef for strong community involvement), a World Championship Gumbo Cookoff participant and will be cooking at the James Beard House in March 2010.

La Côte Brasserie is located at 700 Tchoupitoulas Street in the New Orleans Arts District. Phone: 504-613-2350. Website: / Facebook / Twitter. Free Valet Parking at the Renaissance Arts Hotel.

No comments: