If sippin' and suppin' under the light of a full moon sounds like a celestial celebration worth gazing to the heavens for, J&G Steakhouse, the chic eatery located atop The Phoenician in Central Phoenix, is the place to be.
Called the Full Moon Social Dinner, J&G plans to have one on their panoramic patio in October, November, and December. The events will celebrate the lunar phase with an all-inclusive four-course, wine-paired dinner, hors d'oeuvres, and a real-life astronomer (with telescope!)
The first Full Moon Social Dinner will start tomorrow at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, October 11. To see the menu and make reservations, follow the jump.
Hors D' Oeuvres Shrimp Satay Cantaloupe Gazpacho, Shiso Syrup Beef Skewer, Thai Basil Emulsion
First Course Warm Beet Salad and Fresh Goat Cheese, Mache and Lemon Oil Raats Family Chenin Blanc
Second Course Parmesan Risotto, Fall Mushrooms, Herbs Marcel Deiss Pinot Blanc
Third Course 8 oz Baseball Cap Steak, French Fries, J&G Steak Sauce Mariette Cabernet Sauvignon
Fourth Course Roasted Figs with Honey and Port, Cumin Ice Cream Kent Rasmussen Zinfandel Port
This all-inclusive dinner is $75 and with limited seating, reservations by phone are required. To make them, call 480-214-8000.
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