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  1. #1
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    Indy Bourbon Dinner

    This is IMHO the best restaurant in Indy. If you are nearby on the 18th and have the means you will not be disappointed in the food. And the bourbon looks very interesting as well.


    Kentucky Bourbon Dinner
    Friday, October 18th



    6 courses featuring rare bourbons, followed by cigars
    $350 / person including tax and gratuity and a bottle of 1988 Old Weller Antique 107 (Stitzel Weller)




    Country Ham, scrambled eggs, sweet corn grits, red eye gravy, maple gastrique
    -Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2013




    Chicken liver ravioli, sea urchin sauce, fresh Alaskan king crab legs
    -Four Roses Single Barrel Limited Edition 2013






    Fischer Farms ribeye cap, smoked mushroom puree, mushroom spinach ragout
    -Elijah Craig 21 year (Bardstown)




    Bourbon barbeque veal cheeks, Kentucky fried sweetbreads, corn bread
    -Parker's Heritage Promise of Hope 7th Edition




    Foie Gras torchon "manhatten"
    foie gras torchon, hibiscus flower-sweet vermouth gelee, bourbon macerated dried cherries, cocoa nib salt "bitters"
    -Jefferson's Reserve Presidential Select 18yr (Stitzel Weller)




    Apple chesnut tart & Capriole Farms O'banon goat cheese
    -1988 Old Weller Antique 107 (Stitzel Weller)


    Cigars to follow




    very limited availability, for reservations please call 925-PLAY (7529)
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    They say some of my stars drink whiskey, but I have found that ones who drink milkshakes don't win many ball games-Casey Stengel

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    Re: Indy Bourbon Dinner

    WOW - that is a great menu with some wonderful bourbon. Need to get my kids out of college so I can do these types of things.

    Best regards, Tony

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    Re: Indy Bourbon Dinner

    If this were within an hour from me I would definitely RSVP. That's a pretty great value for the cost. Just don't skimp on the pours

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    Re: Indy Bourbon Dinner

    Really wish we could make this one (while I wouldn't necessarily make Recess my #1 restaurant in Indy, its definitely in my top 3), but we have tickets to Ghost Brothers of Darkland County that night.

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    Re: Indy Bourbon Dinner

    Tom, where is this place? Downtown?
    Josh

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    Re: Indy Bourbon Dinner

    Quote Originally Posted by MacinJosh View Post
    Tom, where is this place? Downtown?
    49th and College. "SoBro"
    They say some of my stars drink whiskey, but I have found that ones who drink milkshakes don't win many ball games-Casey Stengel

 

 

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