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
More info: www.brauhausschmitz.com