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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

A Giant Beer Dinner at Jardiniere

Posted By on Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 3:30 PM

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​You've done a lot to support the Giants. The orange wig, 'Let Timmy Smoke' t-shirt, and beard implant were all grand gestures. Next week, there's another way to celebrate the home team, and all you need to do is indulge in some quality food and beer.

As the season winds down, Traci Des Jardins and the Jardiniere staff honor the boys in orange and black with a Giants themed Monday night prix fixe dinner. The menu features 3 courses of baseball-themed food with beers that are decidedly not ballpark swill. Each beer has earned at least a 98/100 on Ratebeer, and two of the three pack a punch at 10%+ abv. Be sure to drink some water, lest you wake up with another drunken "Torture" tattoo. Menu and details, below:

"You Can't Wine All the Time" Homage to SF Giants
When: Monday, October 3rd
Cost: $45, reservations here 


Rock Shrimp Corn Dogs,
Late Summer Corn and French Beans Salad, Tarragon Mustard
Stillwater Cellar Door, Saison, Maryland


"Steak Sandwich",
Pan Roasted Hanger Steak, Caramelized Onions and Herb Butter
Alesmith Grand Cru, Belgian Strong Ale, San Diego


Buttered Popcorn Ice Cream,
Salted Caramel and Waffle Cone Crisp
Allagash Curieux, Abbey Triple aged in Bourbon barrels, Portland, Maine

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