Hitchcock Inspired Evening at Henry’s Majestic Aug 13


Alfred Hitchcock was known as the Master of Suspense and over the course of his 50-year career fashioned for himself a distinctive and recognizable directorial style. Henry’s Majestic will pay tribute to the Master on what would have been his 116th birthday with a 4-course dinner on August 13, 2015 beginning at 7PM. Henry’s Majestic Chef, Roe DiLeo and Alex Fletcher, Beverage Director, have created a menu with cocktail pairings inspired by four classic Hitchcock films that will take attendees on a journey of the mind and the palate.

The cost is $75 per person and reservations are required. Please call 908. 451. 9598 to claim your seat. Henry’s Majestic is located at 4900 McKinney Ave, Dallas. 


Hitchcock Menu

Amuse: Vertitgo

Veal Pate Spire with braised radish and basil pesto. The cocktail is a layered melange of black berry compote, honey infused gin gelatin and lemon rind “custard”. Finished with sage.

First Course: Strangers on a Train

Dueling salad course of Warm apricot and piquillo salad with pine nut vs. Watercress pancetta, manchego and boysenberry salad. Swerved with an Aperol, green tea, house made tonic reduction, soda, orange peel threads.

Second Course: Rear Window

Grilled Lobster with kohlrabi and eggplant. Black garlic oil, and topped with fried oyster. The cocktail will be a White Miso, Fresh lemon grass, gin, citrus.

Third Course: The Birds

Roasted Quail, sugar snap peas, braised fingerlings, and seared foie gras, served with Bubbles, Aylesbury Duck vodka, finger limes, hibiscus reduction.

Fourth Course: Psycho

Chocolate torte with candy corn crumble and cherry coco ”blood” syrup. Inspired by Norman. The cocktail is a play on a Manhattan; Blood orange infused Woodford double oak, sweet vermouth and sea salt chocolate, angostura and orange rind dust

The dessert course, in homage to the creator of such an amazing body of work, comes with a twist that would make the “Master of Suspense” proud! You’ll have to attend to experience this unique evening.

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