A French Dinner at the Left Bank with Halleck Vineyard

A relationship forged over two decades, Halleck Vineyard and Left Bank have joined as friends and partners to offer an extraordinary evening of fabulous French food and the finest wines.

Cost:

$150.00 per person

Date and Time:

June 6, 2024, 6:30PM - 3h 30min

About this experience

Inspired by the birthplace of the original Parisian brasseries along the Left Bank of the Seine river in Paris, an area known for being a creative hub and haven to artists and Bohemians, Left Bank Brasserie is a group of authentic Parisian-style brasseries by Chef Roland Passot.


The menu features authentic French cuisine utilizing seasonal, local and organic ingredients, and will consist of both iconic lighter fare such as oysters, tartare and prawns provençal, in addition to heartier classics. 


Halleck will always surprise with some of their library wines, single vineyards and award-winning whites.


This will be a four course dinner, with your selection of entrée.


Please choose your entree when purchasing a ticket.


Price is all inclusive: meal, wine, tax, gratuities.


LEFT BANK AND HALLECK VINEYARD 4 COURSE DINNER MENU


APPETIZER


SMOKED SALMON TARTINE


goat cheese, pickled red onion


~paired with 2022 Balletto Vineyard, Russian River Valley Chardonnay~


FIRST COURSE


RIVE GAUCHE SALADE


mesclun greens, Toybox tomatoes,
pickled red onions, citrus vinaigrette


~paired with 2022 Little Sister, Russian River Valley Sauvignon Blanc~



MAIN COURSE
choice of


SALMON


seasonal vegetables


DUCK CONFIT (GF)
seasonal vegetable  ragout, red wine cherry sauce


GRILLED PORK CHOP (GF)
seasonal vegetables, roasted fingerling potatoes, pork Jus


PANISSE ( V,VE, GF)


seasonal vegetables, pistou


~main courses paired with
2021 Haas Vineyard Sonoma Mtn. Pinot Noir


and


2021 Clone 828 Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir~


DESSERT


NOEL ROYALE BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE FONDANT


crème Chantilly


~paired with 2019 Three Sons Cuvee, Russian River Valley Pinot Noir~


Price is all inclusive: meal, wine, tax, gratuities.

Your Host

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Chef Roland began his gastronomic career in France, then made his way to The French Room in Dallas to win the James Beard Award for Best Rising Star Chef in 1980. He opened La Folie in 1988, earning a Michelin star and a longstanding place among the Bay Area’s top restaurants.
He was inducted in 1991 by the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France, which honored him with their Lifetime Achievement award in 2015. Left Bank Brasserie, now 29 years old, continues to thrive