Feb 27 6:30PM // Clyde Common
Please join us for a tribute to the finest food from an era of innovation with a 4-course feast and wine pairing at Clyde Common at Ace Hotel Portland. Omnivorism required (and so are reservations -- see below).
Le Bernardin, Le Cirque, Lutèce, and Montrachet were the country’s culinary hot spots. Chefs like Gilbert Le Coze and Alfred Portale were just beginning to emerge from their kitchens to become the first “celebrity” chefs. United by French culinary traditions and inspired by modern ingredients, these men pioneered a new understanding of American cuisine.
“It was too fancy.” – Gordon Ramsay
Chicken terrine, roasted mushrooms, garlic sausage, lentils
Chateau Peyrassol Côtes de Provence Rosé 2009
Foie Gras ravioli, duck consommé
Jon. Jos. Christoffel Riesling Auslese 1993
Crispy sweetbreads, pig trotter, pommes anna, kale
Chateau Aney Haut Medoc 2007
“Death by Chocolate” cake with kiwi sorbet, raspberry sauce, white chocolate, chocolate leaf garnish
Kopke Colheita Port 1987
$65 includes 4 courses with wine pairings.
$50 with 4 courses and without wine pairings.
RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED AND ARE ACCEPTED VIA PHONE AT 503.228.3333 AND BY EMAIL AT