Taco + Rose Release Pop Up Dinner

Apr 03, 2017

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Taco + Rose Release Pop Up Dinner at Coopers Hall

Date: Monday April 10th, 2017
Time: 5:00pm
Event Cap: 30 people
Cost: $45/person
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Menu by chef Keith Morris

Accompanied by Coopers Hall Tempranillo & Rose wine releases.

Ensalada de Primavera
Grilled romaine, beets, jicama, radish, grilled asparagus, pickled jalapeno vinaigrette, cotija cheese, and pepitas.

Barbacoa de Borrego
Sudan Farms lamb cheeks, adobo, avocado, and marrow stock.

Al Pastor
Cured and grilled Carlton Farms pork loin, pineapple, chipotle, tomato, and cilantro. 

Vegetales Primavera
Cumin and coriander roasted spring vegetables from the market.

Tamale de Oaxaca
Blue corn masa, chicken tinga, chiles, epazote.

Tres Leches Cake
Rhubarb butter cream, almond brittle, and rhubarb caramel.

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