David Burke Steak Dinner At Foxwood’s “Extraordinary Eats” Month
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Clambakes, steaks, and more
Things kick off Friday night with a Connecticut clambake featuring locally-sourced seafood cooked the way we all love it -- clambake style. Tickets are $99 per person and dinner is served at 7:30. Saturday night, Burke's prime, dry-aged steaks steal the show for October Prime & Wine, a multi-course dinner featuring wine pairings from Moet and other distinctive vineyards. Tickets for this dinner are $115 each and seating is at 7:30. Wind down with the Chef's signature brunch on Sunday, featuring prime rib, a seafood bar, and a free David Burke 5-inch Santoku knife for each guest. Brunch runs from 10 am - 2 pm and is $39 per person. Reservations can be made for all the weekend's events by calling 860-312-8753.
This weekend I will be looking forward to, and attending, the Saturday night steak dinner. The seafood starters including an oyster and shrimp Rockefeller and a crackling calamari Caesar salad have piqued my interest. Having dined and adored meals at David Burke Prime before, my mouth is watering for the 40 day dry-aged sirloin steak. The huge aging room that is on site is sure to provide only the best cuts and cures that are available.
The rest of the month features additional events such as a slider smackdown, a sushi and saki dinner, and a bourbon dinner featuring Woodford Reserve Master Distiller Chris Morris. For more information, go here.
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