JW Tate sends word that he is hosting the a five-course dinner paired with a selection of five whiskeys. Josh Black formerly of Stephan Pyles be preparing the special dinner to pair with a selection of extremely rare whiskeys spanning a wide range of geographical styles. Each whiskey has been carefully selected to act in concert with Josh’s inventive dishes.This dinner is the second in an on‐going series of Tate’s pairing dinners featuring some of our favorite chefs from around Dallas as well as seasonally appropriate spirits and cocktails.
The whiskey featured includes Michter’s Sour Mash, Woodford Masters Bourbon‐Barrel Aged Rye, Buffalo Trace Single Oak Project, Lagavulin 16 Yr. Single Malt, and the most coveted whiskey, the Parker’s Heritage 6th Edition Cask Strength ‘Blend of Mashbills’ Bourbon.
Guests are invited to join April 17 at 6:00pm for a liquid and solid amuse‐bouche, dinner service will begin promptly at 6:30pm. Dinner is priced at $50 per person and the whiskey pairing will be optional at $30 per person; wine by the bottle will be available and the bar will feature a full menu of cocktails for walk‐up service. Please send reservation inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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