Ambrosia: on the Menu at The Gateway Lodge - The Lodge Hosts its First Chef Tasting of the Year on April 21

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The Gateway Lodge’s wildly popular Wine & Dine weekends are back. Guests will be taken on a culinary adventure, guided by Executive Chef John Georgvich. Seated among the chestnut lined walls and stone fireplace of the Lodge’s 1930’s style dining area, guests will have the opportunity to feast on a meticulously prepared, locally sourced, five course meal. Live music from Zeller Jazz Lite will provide the soundtrack to the experience.

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"It's spectacular how the flavor of the wine paired enhances or supports the food's delicious flavors,” said the Lodge’s owner Deb Adams, “If you have never experienced this before, I highly recommend choosing to have the wine pairing with your tasting."

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The Gateway Lodge’s wildly popular Wine & Dine weekends are back. Guests will be taken on a culinary adventure, guided by Executive Chef John Georgvich. Seated among the chestnut lined walls and stone fireplace of the Lodge’s 1930’s style dining area, guests will have the opportunity to feast on a meticulously prepared, locally sourced, five course meal. Live music from Zeller Jazz Lite will provide the soundtrack to the experience.

These memorable dining occasions were conceptualized as a way to showcase the Lodge’s exceptional wine selection, recognized by Wine Spectator Magazine with awards for the last three consecutive years.

The five course menu is packed with tantalizing creations, starting with an amuse bouche of sesame seared tuna ahi Carpaccio. Each course is paired with a handpicked wine designed to enhance and deepen the flavor profiles of each plate.

The amuse bouche will be followed by a cream of asparagus soup with morels, a chicory and arugula salad dressed with a strawberry truffle vinaigrette. Choice of entrees include lamb loin with citrus herb marinade and couscous, trout stuffed with fresh herbs and wild rice pilaf, duck breast with sesame potato dumplings, or fire roasted pepper stuffed with forest mushrooms, snow peas and rice on a bed of yellow garlic marinara. The sweet ending comes in the form of lemon panna cotta with a mandarin orange glaze.

"It's spectacular how the flavor of the wine paired enhances or supports the food's delicious flavors,” said the Lodge’s owner Deb Adams, “If you have never experienced this before, I highly recommend choosing to have the wine pairing with your tasting."

Reservations can be made by calling 800.843.6862. Tickets are $99 per couple. Wine pairings are $25 per person. Seating times available are 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., Saturday, April 21.

The Gateway Lodge and Black Bear Cabins are privately owned by Deb Adams, who believes deeply in contributing to her community. The Lodge and Cabins have partnered with multiple area businesses to offer educational workshops on topics such as nature, art, nutrition and wellness.

The Gateway Restaurant is a fine dining destination that sources much of its fare from local farmers. The Lodge and Cabins also participate in the PA Wilds Artisan Trail by exhibiting works from local artists.

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