Paired Wine Dinner at 1899 on February 29th
Wednesday, February 29th, is a reason to celebrate many things: Leap Year, 1899 Bar & Grill's One-Year anniversary, and the Phi Delta Theta fraternity's pledge to help fight ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease). To celebrate all this, 1899 is hosting a special dinner, paired with wine. This 5-course meal will include:
a reception with butler-passed appetizers
house salad and lobster-stuffed mushrooms
house bacon-wrapped tenderloin with asparagus and potato column
black cherries jubilee over ice cream
4 different wines poured during the various courses
The meal will also be accompanied by interactive presentations and talks, such as a video-accompanied talk from our excecutive chef, Randy Walker. Live music will be present for reception and for dinner, and there will be a dessert show as well.
The total ticket price per person is $55.00. This is an incredible opportunity, so call now and reserve your ticket, as space is limited!
For more information on Phi Delta Theta members, who will be helping to serve guests in the ballroom, click here. Part of the money made from this dinner will go to their benefit in their cause against ALS, to which this fraternity has a special historical connection. And finally, for a Wikipedia article on ALS disease, click here.
We hope to see you at this special dinner!