New York, NY (PRWEB) December 14, 2005
Every year, for the last fifteen years to be exact, Marion's on the Bowery has created fun and entertaining themes to bring in the new year. This year Marion's brings Spain to downtown Manhattan with red roses, flamenco and a ten course dinner.The venerable Marion's does it again on New Year's Eve with a elegant and entertaining night of merriment.
The room will be overflowing with red roses. The Flamenco musicians will be seducing you into the mood before the dancers perform. A ten-course dinner to titillate all the senses. And when the time is right DJ Lil' Josh will get everyone up dancing.
And what a menu Marion's chef Gabriel Pelligrini has in store:
Warm olive and baby artichokes vol au vent
garlic, tomato, basil, white wine
marinated cucumber, potato pancake with crème fraiche,
pickled chanterelle, tettilla and chive crepe
Heirloom Tomato & Mint Gazpacho
Foie Gras Empanadas
with manchego Cheese & saffron-garlic aioli
Olive tapenade empanadas with cilantro
Valencia Orange and olive oil sorbet
Salad of Micro Greens
Boquerones, cask aged sherry vinegar and extra virgin olive oil
Black Truffle Ravioli
oyster mushrooms and cabrales in an almond sauce
caviar whipped potatoes, pea shoots and lemon foam
Pistachio Crusted Colorado Lamb Chops
White Bean Cassoulet, Syrah Sauce
Root Vegetable Napoleon
with shaved truffles, cashew oil & hibiscus vinaigrette
(menu subject to market availability)
The late seating is at 10pm and includes a individual bottle of Piper Heidseck Champagne, dinner, entertainment and party favors.
$150 per person (tax, additional beverages and gratuity not included)
There is also an early seating at 7pm which includes a six course dinner, a welcome glass of Piper Heidseck champagne and entertainment
$75 per person (tax, additional beverages and gratuity not included)
At the 10pm seating there will be tapas and champagne at the bar for $50 a person.
Marion's Continental Restaurant & Lounge
354 Bowery at 4th Street
New York City, N.Y.
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