Thursday, April 24, 2008

Vermillion

Posted By on Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 9:36 AM

Mike Selig’s Vermillion has opened the rooftop of the Capital Commerce Center for private events. Opening the roof to the general public in afternoons and evenings may follow. Selig has also introduced his first bar menu, which includes items from the raw bar, sandwiches and appetizers.

Click here for the menu.

At 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 28, Vermillion will host a J. Lohr wine dinner on the rooftop for $65. Here's the offering:

Apertif Wine
J. Lohr Wildflower Valdique
 
Appetizers from Vermillion Raw Bar
Sesame Sashimi (Hawaii)
Mussels (Maine)
Clams (Florida)
Oysters (Louisiana)
Shrimp (Texas)
J. Lohr Johannesburg Riesling, Monterey
 
Salad
Crisp Spinach and Seared Gorgonzola Cheese
Lavosh Crostini with Sun-Dried Cherry Relish and a Pistachio Vinaigrette
J. Lohr Chardonnay, Arroyo Vista Vineyards
 
Entrée
Sweet Basil Pan-Seared Duck Picatta on a Bed of Braised Fennel with a Balsamic Hazelnut Reduction
J. Lohr Cabernet Sauvignon, Seven Oaks
 
Dessert
Gateau Layered with a Timbale of Flourless Chocolate with a Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Nestled on Sugar Straw Finished with a White Chocolate Lattice
J. Lohr Wildflower Validique
 

 

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