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Join the feast: Cena Italiana

Each Tuesday, Chef Adam Cooke and his award-winning team will serve Cena Italiana (Italian Supper). We are talking big plates—large portions of classic, handmade pasta dishes, at three courses for $30. It’s our way of saying thank you for your business over the past year, and in the weeks and months ahead.

Every TuesdayThree courses for $30*
Reservations recommended

*Tax and gratuity not included.


THIS WEEK’S Menu

February 10, 2015

First
Antipasti: Fritto Misto of Calamari, Cauliflower, Lemon, Kale & Oysters

Second Course (choice of)
PSpicy Carrot, Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Soup with Candied Ginger, Greek Yogurt and Spiced Pumpkin Seeds
Baby Red Romaine, Shaved Fennel, Crispy Capers, Preserved Egg Yolk, Anchovy Vinaigrette & Parmesan

Third (choice of)
Herb Lamb Tortellini, Charred Sunchoke, Cippolini Onion & Kale
Black Tagliatelle with Seared Scallops, Citrus, Fennel & Marinated Olives
Canalones with Braised Pork, Liver, Shallot Cream & Fresh Herbs


Some menu items may change due to the availability of fresh, seasonal ingredients we source from local farms.

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Restaurant Week 2015
Restaurant Week

Join us as we celebrate SCRLA Restaurant Week, January 8 through the 18th. Throughout the week we will be offering a special three-course menu for $30. It’s a great opportunity to introduce your friends and family to what you love about Restaurant 17 and Chef Adam Cooke’s distinctive farm-to-table style.

Restaurant Week Special: 3 Courses for $30*
Book your table online. Please specify Restaurant Week Special Offer.

*Tax and gratuity not included. Corkage fees apply.

 


Restaurant Week Menu

First Course

Farm Egg Ravioli, Merguez Sausage, Brown Butter Cauliflower, Shaved Red Onion, Hazelnut Gremolata

Smoked Local Trout Spread, Pickled Onion and Buckwheat “Wheat Thins”

Korean Style Beef Lettuce Tartare Wraps, Fermented Chili, Housemade Daikon Kimchi, Shaved Red Onion and Seaweed Omelet

Salad of Winter Greens and Vegetables, Brewster Oats, Kumquat, Shaved Fennel and Preserved Citrus Vinaigrette

Second Course

Bethel Trails Pork Loin and Belly Oyster Mushroom, Asian Cabbage, Black Garlic, ginger Scallion, Benne Seed

Local Bacon Wrapped Saddle of Rabbit, Butternut Squash, Hazelnut, Wild Mushrooms, Cherry Jus

Charred Kale Spaghetti alla Chitarra, Kohlrabi, Citrus and Parmesan

Grilled Quail, Butter Braised Cabbage, Duck Pastrami, Pickled Mustard Seeds, Apricot

Local Trout, Sunchoke Chowder with Clams, Bacon and Crisp Potatoes

Alabama Grassfed Coulotte, Charred Sunchoke and Haikuri Turnip, Puffed Farro, Asher Blue Cheese, Spiced Pecan, Pistou and Spiced Yoghurt

Third Course

Lemon Olive Oil Cake

Winter Citrus Curd, Hazelnut Nougatine, Preserved Citrus, and Young Herbs

Sampling of Housemade Ice Creams and Cookies

Smoked Coffee and Chocolate Sandwich Cookie, Rosemary and Ginger Snap, Coconut and Roasted Peanut Caramel Corn

 


Valentine’s at Hotel Domestique and Restaurant 17

Like any celebration, Valentine’s Day is what you make it. Hotel Domestique and Restaurant 17 want to help you make it one of the most romantic weekends of the year. One thing is certain, if you spend it with us, you’re covered until next year.

Hotel Domestique Two-night Room Package for Two

COST: $975*

INCLUDES:

/ Champagne upon arrival

/ Valentine’s Day Dinner for two at Restaurant 17

/ Two night’s stay at Hotel Domestique

/ Champagne, housemade truffles and a dozen roses in guest room

/ European continental breakfast for two each morning

Valentine’s hotel package available February 13 -14 or 14-15.

Restaurant 17 Valentine’s Day Dinner

MENU: 3 Course Prix Fixe

COST: $65*pp

Call (864) 516-1715 to reserve your room or book your table online.

*Tax and gratuity not included. Couples massage is available on an a la carte basis, but must be reserved in advance.

A Festive Season: Join Us For The Holidays

Like many of you, we look forward to the Holidays each year in the Carolinas. Rich and I chose Greenville, SC and the Upstate region as our headquarters for many reasons: the beautiful setting, miles of scenic mountain roads, the vibrant lifestyle, a friendly community, and the year-round mild climate. This is our home. Each holiday season I’m reminded of how much this place means to me, and how welcoming everyone has made us feel. We are truly fortunate to be able to raise our children here, in this wonderful corner of the world. And we want you to share the joys of this season with us. We have a full December Calendar of fun events and dinners for you and your loved ones to celebrate as well.

The holidays come just once a year and that’s what makes them so special. Rich and I look forward to seeing you and sharing in the celebration.

Happy Holidays,

George

 

Wednesday, 12/24: Christmas Eve Dinner at Restaurant 17

Chef Adam and his team are preparing a delicious culinary experience on one of the most magical nights of the year. With a truly one-of-a-kind menu that features a number of subtle interpretations of traditional holiday dishes, Restaurant 17 is the ideal place to start a new Christmas Eve tradition with your family. See our Christmas Eve Menu.

Wednesday, 12/31: Ring in ’15 at 17

What an eventful year it has been. If 2015 is anything like 2014 then it promises to be full of close friends, good times, and lifelong memories. We will be kicking the year off right at Hotel Domestique and Restaurant 17 with a New Year’s dinner and celebration for the ages. Learn more about our New Year’s Eve celebration.

Tuesday Nights (recurring): Cena Italiana, 3 Courses for $30

Every Tuesday Chef Adam will serve Cena Italiana (Italian Supper) with a unique menu of handmade pastas. See the current Cena Italiana menu.

My Holiday Wine Picks

Catherine Walker

Restaurant 17 Sommelier

I am most excited about German and Austrian wines for this holiday season. Our farm to table focus at Restaurant 17 means that even during the chilly winter season the chefs are continuing to source only what is locally available. They are cooking with kale, sweet potatoes, daikon, delicata squash, hakurei turnips, persimmons and many other wonderful winter foods where German and Austrian Rieslings and other native Austrian varietals, Gruner Veltliner, Furmint and Blaufrankisch, couldn’t be more perfect.  Forget that the labels are hard to read, the words long and often difficult to pronounce. Created by small family run estates, these wines are unique, superb with food, and young or old, posses a freshness and an elegance that will render you speechless.


2002 Künstler, ‘Hölle’ Riesling Spätlese Trocken, Rheingau, Germany

Riesling is one of the most magnificent and intriguing grapes to be made into wine.  From a dry wine that is driven with minerality, all the way to a sweet wine tasting of perfectly ripe fruit, it can perform in every style. Bright, lively acidity and fresh aromas that are maturing spectacularly with age, Künstler’s, 2002 Riesling is a wine to be enjoyed as an aperitif or accompanying a dish such as our delicious sweet potato risotto.


2013 Heidi Schröck, Furmint Trocken, Burgenland, Austria

A native varietal to Austria, Furmint, encompasses only 9 hectares (a little over 22 acres) of all vine plantings in Austria. Female winemaker, Heidi Schröck’s, 2013 Furmint is beautiful.  Dry with notes of quince, green apple, hints of ripe peach and white pepper, this wine sings with local rainbow trout.

 


2009 Höpler, Blaufränkisch, Burgenland, Austria

An exciting red wine for winter cuisine, Blaufränkisch is a native varietal to Austria with which you will have an abiding fascination. It produces wines with rich tannin and notes of red currants, black cherry, and blackberry. Its distinct spicy character will have you continually wanting to revisit the wine for another sip. Höpler’s 2009 Blaufränkisch could not find a better match than with our Artisan cured meats or grilled local grassfed beef.

Wine Dinner with JP Bourgeois, December 4th

JP Bourgeois is a highly specialized wine importer focusing on small family estates, primarily from France and Spain. He works with farmers, not factories, that have been cultivating their lands for generation after generation; farmers who are preserving the culture and tradition of their region, of their Terroir. All of his wines are sustainably/organically farmed, and represent outstanding values in their categories.

On December 4th Chef Adam Cooke and JP Bourgeois will present a five-course dinner menu paired with handcrafted, organically farmed wines. Join us for a beautiful evening of fine food and French wine.

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

Call soon for reservations. 864.516.1715

*Tax and gratuities not included.

 

Bethel Trails Farm Dinner

At Restaurant 17 we make a point of partnering with local growers and farmers who share our philosophy on fresh, flavor forward ingredients. Tuesday, October 7, Chef Adam will be showcasing the offerings of one of our partners, Bethel Trails Farm, a family run, organic farm in nearby Gray Court, South Carolina.

Tuesday, October 7 at 7:00 pm
$65* for 5 Courses with Wine Pairings
Seating is limited to 30

Call soon to reserve your spot. 864.516.1715

Farm Profile
Bethel Trails Farm is owned by the Ellis Family and operated as a sustainable farm specializing in pastured meat and poultry. All of the animals at Bethel Trails Farm are raised and finished on pasture without the use of hormones or antibiotics. 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. Visit www.betheltrailsfarm.com for more information.

*tax and gratuities not included

New Lexus Celebrity Chef Dinner set for Friday, October 24th

We’re thrilled to announce a new a palate pleasing, taste tingling, sip and savor experience—the Lexus Celebrity Chef Dinner on Friday, October 24th. Mark your calendar to enjoy the culinary mastery of top food and wine personalities including Chefs Michael Chiarello, Adam Cooke, Matthew Accarrino and Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson, as well as Master Sommelier Bobby Stuckey.

From individual tasting stations each chef will present two dishes embodying their unique culinary style. Guests will move between stations, enjoying personal interactions with chefs and the chance to learn more about the distinct culinary approaches.

But it’s not all about food: four beverage venues will give guests the opportunity to sample and learn more about wine, beer and cocktails with Master Sommelier Bobby Stuckey joined by representatives from Patron tequila, New Belgian Brewing Company, Scarpetta Wine, and Flood Wines.

The Lexus Celebrity Chef Dinner coincides with our favorite annual ride, Gran Fondo Hincapie, but foodies need not worry—it’s open to everyone. Only 150 tickets are available priced at $250 per person or $400 per couple with proceeds benefiting Meals On Wheels Greenville.

Lexus has also signed on to be the official vehicle of the Gran Fondo Hincapie, adding a luxury element to our high-end event. You’ll see luxury support vehicles on the course and also sponsor the King of the Mountain competition.

For more information on and to purchase tickets for the Lexus Celebrity Chef Dinner visit www.celebritychefdinner.com. For details on Gran Fondo Hincapie visit www.granfondohincapie.com.

 

Tuesday Nights with Chef Adam

Tuesdays at 17: Small Plates with Wine Pairings

When you have a Chef with the cooking pedigree and creativity of Chef Adam Cooke, each week is a delicious journey to showcase seasonal ideas based on fresh area ingredients. As summer wanes and fall approaches, Chef Adam is working closely with local growers and farmers to select the finest fruits, vegetables, and ingredients around. On Tuesday evenings, he will be featuring these ingredients in a series of small, elegant plates and pairing them with fine wines from around the world. Utilizing the oldest, most traditional cooking methods and combining them with innovative recipes and techniques, Chef Adam and his experienced team will create distinctive dishes that are at once subtle, savory, and eclectic—and that appeal to a wide-range of palates.

"My goal is to create plates that are my own interpretation of local regional dishes, just as George and Rich have made Hotel Domestique an extension of their international heritage and experience."

Chef Adam will present a variety of small plate options paired with wine. Reservations are recommended.
3 plates for $30*, 4 for $40*, 5 for $50*, 6 for $60*

*Minimum of three plates. A pairing is a tasting (1.5 to 2 oz. pour) and is complimentary with each plate. Corkage fees apply.

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