Delancey announces Family Supper series
Want something other than Delancey's excellent pizza? Here's the 411 on how you can get in on their
By Lorna Yee November 9, 2009
I suspect seats are selling fast to this Family Dinner event, so email firstname.lastname@example.org asap if to snag your spot–or at least get notification of the next Family Dinner event!
Hello, friends –
We’re happy to announce Delancey’s first “Family Dinner,” an intimate evening of good food, good drink, good company, and good cheer that we hope will become a regular event in our little dining room in Ballard.
WHAT: A family-style, reservations-only, prix-fixe dinner to celebrate the coming holiday season. The menu:
Kumamoto, with cucumber, lemon, and ginger
Pacific, with Banyuls mignonette
Wood oven-roasted local mussels with caramelized shallot, bacon, beer, and majoram, served with rustic toasts and housemade sea salt butter
Braised rabbit with potato, carrot, fennel, and truffle
Heirloom apple tart with honey ice cream
WHY: Because it’s fun! It’s a dinner-party-in-a-restaurant! And because – let’s be real here – we thought it would be nice to sometimes cook something other than pizza(!).
COST: $50 per person, plus an optional $20 for beverage pairing (Sparkling wine! Beer! Spiked cider!) – or you can order any beverage on our regular menu, priced a la carte.
HOW: Email email@example.com with the number of people in your party, and please also indicate whether or not you would like the beverage pairing. We will e-mail you to confirm your reservation.
Thanks so much,
Molly, Brandon, and the Delancey crew