Date(s) - Jun 2
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Presenting…SPECTACULAR, SPECTACULAR! A Simul-Cinema Tribute to Moulin Rouge
Brought to you by The VaudeVillain Revue! and The Glenwood, managed by Irregardless Cafe.
On Saturday, June 2nd at 7:00 PM, join us for a dinner and a show at The Glenwood. Enjoy live music, cabaret dancers, magic, comedy, circus performers and MORE! All inspired by the Baz Luhrmann masterpiece, Moulin Rouge. Don your fanciest finery and come dressed in ‘Moulin Rouge’ – turn of the 20th Century ‘Montmartre’ outfits! Admission is $75 plus taxes and fees.
YOUR TICKET INCLUDES:
A classic French Provence four-course meal of passed appetizers, plated salad, entree buffet and family style dessert to table with Moulin Rouge themed cocktails, wine and beer (1 cocktail tickets and wine with dining included, plus cash bar available). Vegan and Gluten free menu items available below.
~One Drink and French Wine at the Dining Table
Bar & Aperitifs – choice of
~French 75 – Soixante Quinze: is a drink dating from the turn of the last century France consisting of Gin, Champagne, Lemon Juice and Sugar Syrup.
~“The Earthquake” named for it’s strength, it is a licorice flavored Cocktail served over ice in a wine goblet, with well shaken mix of Absinthe and Cognac. Designed by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, who is a main character in Moulin Rouge, brought to Paris his favorite dishes from Provence, where he grew up.
~French Wines & selection of Beers
Passed Appetizers – In turn-of-the- (last) -century France, delicious bites were served with aperitifs
~Tapenade – a black olive dip made with capers, garlic and olive oil and served on a croute toast
~Pissaladiere – a popular flatbread topped with caramelised onion & anchovies
~Artichoke hearts – breaded and deep fried with aioli
Salad Course – Plated
~Baguettes with butter
~Salad Niciose – a classic Provence dish of crisp greens, tomatoes, boiled potatoes and haricots verts dressed with vinaigrette, hard-boiled eggs, olives and seared sliced tuna.
Entrees – Buffet of ‘Turn of the Century’ favorites
~Ratatouille Perhaps Provence’s most famous culinary export Ratatouille is a vegetable casserole consisting of tomatoes, onions, courgettes, aubergines, peppers, garlic and herbs.
~Daube Traditionally a working man’s dish, this Provençal beef stew remains a favorite. Beef is slowly braised in red wine, vegetables, garlic and herbs and served. A Vegetarian Daube stew will be available.
~New baby potatoes, lightly boiled topped with fresh herbs.
Desserts – Plated
~Seasonal Fruit Torte with cream