A Story Told One Plate at a Time...
In the early 1800s, entrepreneurs founded scores of mills and factories throughout Eastern Connecticut. Tens of thousands of people came to work in them and raise their families in the burgeoning mill towns of New England…
In Willimantic; first the Irish, then French Canadians, and later Poles, Swedes, Italians, and Latinos. A hundred years later, urban life here flourished and about half of all people in Windham were either immigrants or first generation Americans.
Join us at our Heirloom Dinner to savor a culinary story of that moment in time… Harvest in the Quiet Corner, 1910.
Where and When:
Weather permitting, dinner will be on the patio at Cafemantic.
Total ticket price reception cocktail and hors d'oeuvres, four course dinner, beer and wine, tip and CT State sales tax. Dinner starts at 6pm.
Tickets are not refundable but are transferable. Let us know if you need to change the name on your ticket.
Tickets are $110 each through August 27th and $120 each August 28 to September 1st.
Crudo of Yellowfin Tuna Nicoise
taggiasca tapenade, capers, soft poached egg, herb salad
Marinated Heirloom Tomatoes
creamy garlic dressing, red onion, dill, torn Farm-To-Hearth croutons
Herb-Roasted Duck Breast
cassoulet of summer beans, lemon, fines herbes, spice glaze
Roasted Almond Panna Cotta
bing cherries, lemon thyme, almond oil