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Hook and Ladder Wine Dinner at Rathbun’s Blue Plate This Thurs April 3rd

kentby Steven Doyle

Join Chef Kent Rathbun at his Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen located in Preston Center for a special Hook and Ladder wine dinner with Michael De Loach this Thursday, April 3rd.

Hook and Ladder is situated on 375 acres  in Sonoma County’s Russian River Valley, where their vineyards produce cool climate grapes widely recognized as some of the finest in the world. Grape growers of the early 1900’s recognized the sites of the vineyards as being uniquely suited for wine grape growing. Building on their knowledge and experience, they have matched the soil and climate of each parcel with the varietals most likely to achieve its full potential.   Continue reading

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Copper River Salmon Extravaganza At Rathbun’s Was Insanely Good

DSC08261by Steven Doyle

Last evening we attended the Copper River Salmon and Alaskan Brewing Company dinner held at Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen in Preston Center. Although the restaurant was filled to capacity, chef Kent Rathbun and crew found a way to squeeze in another 60 diners to sample some of this season’s best salmon. To top this night Rathbun invited a few friends in Scott Romano (corporate chef at Nick and Sam’s) and Matt McCallister (chef-owner of FT33).   Continue reading

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Rathbun, McCallister And Romano Team Up For A Copper River Salmon Dinner

Copper-River-Salmonby Andrew Chalk

Kent Rathbun, Matt McCallister and Scott Romano team up to host a special Copper River Salmon dinner featuring Alaskan Brewing Company. At $60 per person (plus tax and gratuity)  this is a great price for a four course beer dinner with these three talented chefs. Guests will also receive a souvenir Alaskan Brewing Co. pint glass. Make your reservations by calling 214-890-1103. The event is June 6, 2013, 6:30pm, and will be held at Rathbun’s Blue Plate Kitchen.

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