Chefs Jeremy Nolen And Michael Solomonov Team Up For A “Beer Vs. Wine Pairing Dinner” At Brauhaus Schmitz, Tuesday, November 20

Three Philadelphia food and drink pros are teaming up at Brauhaus Schmitz on November 20. (Photo courtesy Brauhaus Schmitz)

On Tuesday, November 20 at 7 p.m., Chef Michael Solomonov and sommelier Marnie Old are pairing up with Brauhaus Schmitz Executive Chef Jeremy Nolen and owner Doug Hager for a night of sips, suds and German-inspired plates.

The “Beer vs. Wine Pairing Dinner” presents passed hors d’oeuvres and five courses each accompanied by one beer chosen by Hager and a wine option selected by Old.

It’s up to you to decide the winning combination for each dish.

A glimpse at the menu reveals chestnut-stuffed pasta with pumpernickel crumbs and aged gouda, chicken liver schnitzel “BLT,” halibut-stuffed cabbage rolls with passion fruit-mango pickle, confit pork belly alongside turnip-sauerkraut gratin and maggi glaze and lastly, malted pot de creme and chocolate covered pretzel sticks for dessert.

The food/wine/beer combo comes in at the $75 mark (plus tax and gratuity).

Reservations can be made via City Eats here. Note: you have to first sign up for a (totally free) City Eats membership. For more information, call (216) 909-8814.

Beer Vs. Wine Pairing Dinner
Where: Brauhaus Schmitz, 718 South Street
When: Tuesday, November 20, 7 p.m.
Cost: $75 plus tax & gratuity
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