Join renowned chefs Daniel Boulud and Ken Oringer on October 22 for a special, one-night-only menu.
Bar Boulud Chef-Restaurateur Daniel Boulud will welcome his longtime friend Chef Ken Oringer for a collaborative Fall Harvest Dinner at Bar Boulud on Tuesday, October 22, 2019. The James Beard award-winner and owner of UNI, Toro, Coppa and Little Donkey in the Boston area will join Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud to prepare a delicious five-course dinner featuring seasonal ingredients infused with distinctive flavors.
This unique dining experience will allow guests an exclusive opportunity to meet the dynamic duo, who have known each other for over 20 years since meeting at a marquee charity food and wine event in Boston, as they join forces in the kitchen and celebrate an evening of food, wine and camaraderie.
The following five-course menu will be served, along with carefully selected wine pairings from Bar Boulud Sommelier, Jaimie Puckett:
Bay Scallops, Meyer Lemon, Fennel
Terrine of Game Bird with Cranberry
Boston Mackerel au Vin Blanc
TUNA & FOIE GRAS TATAKI
MELILOT HAY ROASTED LOBSTER
Butternut Squash, Sauce Americaine, Barberry
PASTA & PANCETTA
Jerusalem Artichokes, Porcini Mushrooms, Truffle
GRAIN CRUSTED VENISON
Lambic Stewed Red Cabbage, Salsify, Apple
POIRE BELLE HÉLÈNE
Toasted Almond, Aged Rum, Vanilla Ice Cream
For more about Bar Boulud, please click here.
Eat, drink and be scary with Oak Long Bar on Halloween night! After all, it’s just a bunch of “hOAKus pOAKus.”
The Fairmont s throwing the chicest costume party in town, complete with a la carte on-theme drinks, spooky games, and dollar test tube shooters!
$25 gains you entry the party between 7 and 10 p.m., one drink ticket for the punch bowl and unlimited spooky & sweet treats. The best costume wins Celtics tickets!
The ticket includes one scoop from the spiked “Zombie Punch” bowl. Additional drinks are a la carte. The bar team is creepin’ it real with the following:
Four Halloween-themed cocktails available for $15 each, such as the “Monster Smash” (bribon tequila & midori) and “Witches Brew” (dos maderas rum, eden ice cider wine & pineapple).
$1 test-tube shooters in fall flavors like pumpkin spice & apple, and black cherry & cranberry.
The ticket includes all-you-can-eat desserts from Pastry Chef Lindsay Le Blanc, such as spider web cupcakes and spooky sugar cookies. Additional food is a la carte. Chef Graham Lockwood is serving a to-die-for Halloween slider special:
$5 for a 2oz wagyu patty slider with a black bun, dijonnaise, tomato, Boston bib, B&B pickles
Halloween costumes are encouraged! Two clever dressers will be awarded “Best Costume” prizes. *No face masks, weapons, or replica weapons of any kind are permitted*
1st prize: a pair of Celtics tickets to the Nov. 13 game vs. Wizards
2nd prize: a free tour & tasting for two at Eden Specialty Ciders in Newport, VT (transportation not included)
In addition to the above tricks, partygoers can play games such as graveyard ring toss, enter a raffle to win gift cards and swag, and watch clips from black & white horror films projected behind OAK’s bar.
For more on OAK Long Bar, please click here.
The Bristol at the Four Seasons Hotel Boston is hosting a chic tequila dinner with Clase Azul.
Enjoy a six-course meal as Clase Azul ambassador Cris Colle pours tastes of the entire Clase Azul portfolio.
La Pinta & Moet Chandon Brut
DUO OF EAST COAST OYSTERS
Pomegranate Margarita Cloud | Bloody Maria Granita
The Juan Collins
Clase Azul Plata
LEMON & LIME CURED HAMACHI
Agave Soda Foam | Heart of Palm
Clase Azul Reposado
Grapefruit Gel | Whipped Honey | Citrus ‘Soil’ | Macadamia
The Tequila Sunrise
Clase Azul Anejo
ANCHO & COFFEE RUBBED DECKLE OF RIBEYE
Aji Verde Emulsion | Crisped Yuca
Clase Azul Mezcal
PINEAPPLE ‘UPSIDE DOWN’ CAKE
Brown Brickle Ice Cream | Pretzel Tuile
For more on the Four Seasons Hotel Boston, please click here.
Join the Boston Public Library for a tea party in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the book Little Women and the upcoming movie!
In celebration of the upcoming Little Women movie, as well as the 150th anniversary of the book’s writing, Little Women fans are invited to “meet” Louisa May Alcott, watch clips from the film, enjoy tea and scrumptious snacks, and talk about their love of Little Women. The executive director of Orchard House, where Little Women was written and set, will share stories about the making of the upcoming movie. Attendees are encouraged to dress in period costume. Raffle prizes include a visit to Orchard House and a ticket to Boston by Foot’s Louisa May Alcott walking tour.
Doors will open at 2:45 p.m. If something happens where you can no longer attend, please kindly cancel your registration so that someone else may attend. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For more information on the Boston Public Library, please click here.