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A Celebration of Good Taste

At Restaurant 17, Chef Adam Cooke and his award-winning culinary team believe food should be a celebration of the fresh bounty the land provides. On Tuesday, November 4, Chef Adam will be preparing an inspiring array of pastured meats and poultry dishes from Bethel Trail Farms—a sustainable, family-owned farm from Gray Court, S.C. In addition, Andrew Rich will be pairing distinctive wines that are sourced from the fruit of select vineyards in Oregon and Washington. It promises to be an evening of good times and good taste. Hope to see you there.

November 4 at 7 pm
$65* pp for 5 Courses with Wine Pairings
Reservations required. Seating is limited.

Call soon for reservations. 864.516.1715

Bethel Trails Farm is owned by the Ellis Family and operated as a sustainable farm specializing in pastured meat and poultry. As a member of Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Bethel Trails Farm supports the concept of local, sustainable farming which is beneficial for the economy as well as the environment. For more information visit: www.betheltrailsfarm.com.

Andrew Rich has been crafting distinctive wines in his adopted state of Oregon since 1995. Before launching his own label twenty years ago, Andrew trained in Burgundy, France and then under legendary vintner and fellow Rhône specialist Randall Grahm at Bonny Doon Vineyards. Andrew’s focus is on Rhône-style wines including Syrah, Roussanne, and Mourvedre. For more information about Andrew Rich visit:
www.winemakersstudio.com.

*Tax and gratuities not included.

Menu


Local Apple Salad with Fried Rabbit Liver Bon Bons, Honey, Mustard Seeds and Fried Chicken Skins, Bitter Lettuces

Paired with 2011 Andrew Rich, Roussane, Columbia Valley, Washington

Pheasant, Sage and Sourdough Pain Perdu, Charred Apple, Sour Apple Demi

Paired with 2011 Andrew Rich, ‘Prelude’ Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon

Lamb Agnolotti, Local Beets, Orange, Sherry and Fromage Blanc

Paired with 2011 Andrew Rich, ‘Coup d’Etat’ Red Blend, Columbia Valley, Washington

Crepinette and Pork Belly, Grilled Brocoli Rabe, Pickled Chili’s, Red Wine Currant Puree, Smoked Cippolini Onion

Paired with 2010 Andrew Rich, ‘Prometheus’ Syrah, Columbia Valley, Washington

Challah Bread Sticky Pudding, Cherries, Vanilla Custard and Cocoa Crumble

Paired with 2012 Andrew Rich, ‘Verbatim’ Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Orego


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