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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Fergus Henderson, London's Guru of Animal Parts, Slices into Town Next Month

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Fergus Henderson of London's St. Johns crafting ― and then tucking into ― a special menu at Incanto should shake up the local school of offal appreciation. Imagining Henderson and Cosentino, side by side, perhaps carving up a fat Duroc gives us the shivers ― like we had when the Dream Team convened for the Olympics in 1992. Sort of.

Anyway, on May 11, Incanto will, in fact, host a celebratory dinner for the visiting Brits, reportedly passing through town to "share the news" of the new hotel and restaurant they're opening in Soho later this year. For this $65 four-course dinner featuring roast marrow and parsley salad, ox tongue with potatoes and green sauce, a braised goat shoulder with trotters, garlic, and broad beans, and strawberries in wine, there will be just one solitary seating. Details on reserving a place after the jump.

Event details:

St. John Hotel Dinner

Date: Tues., May 11

Location: Incanto, 1550 Church (at Duncan)

Cost: $65, not counting beverages, service, and tax

RSVP: 641-4500

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