Bar Boulud is hosting a four-course Basque regional wine pairing dinner on Thursday, April 19th, highlighting seasonal spins on traditional dishes.
Bar Boulud will be taking a voyage to Basque country with a new menu, featuring all its seasonal bounty. Situated in Western France, the Basque country borders Pyrenees and the Bay of Biscay in with both French and Spanish roots. The culture, people, and food, exemplify a perfect marriage between France and Spain with an emphasis placed on meat and seafood stews.
The dinner on April 19th will begin at 8PM and costs $115 per person sans tax and gratuity. The menu will include Cod Basquaise and Choricero-Stuffed Lamb Saddle, just to name a couple. As reference, the full menu can be found below as well here. In addition, tickets for the dinner can now be purchased through this link: https://www.danielboulud.com/restaurants/new-york-city/bar-boulud/voyage-to-the-basque-country_213
BASQUE WINE DINNER MENU
Gilda (Manzanilla olives, Anchovies, Guindilla Peppers)
Isastegi, Sagardo Naturala
Piperade, Fingerling, Jabugo Broth, espelette
Domaine de Souch, Jurançon Sec 2012
Choricero-Stuffed Lamb Saddle
Basil, Tomato Confit, Olives, Peas, parsley
Herri Mina, Irouléguy 2014
Vanilla Sponge Cake, Caremlized Custard, Chantilly
Gorka Izagirre, Txacoli de Bizcaia ‘Arima’ 2011