Dec 15th, 2019 – Supra: Georgian Bountiful Feast

If according to Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, every Georgian dish is a poem. Then every Georgian feast must be a polyphony written with food and wine. With this dinner, I want to take you on an exciting culinary journey to one of the most beautiful countries that gave birth to wine and colorful Supra feasts.

I’ll recreate Georgian most favorite dishes, along with my modern interpretation of their traditional recipes. Together we’ll taste the most delicious Adjarian Khachapuri, famous Honey cake, and drink mysterious Qvevri wine. Join us for a wonderful family-style Georgian feast!

Sunday, December 15th, 2019 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Picnic on Third (Map)



Homemade Infused Vodka – Beverage
As always, we’ll start our dinner with a cold shot of vodka infused with fresh berries, herbs, or fruits.

Nazuki – Appetizer
Traditional Caucasus spices bread served with aromatic butter.

Beet Salad with Tkemali – Small Plate
A colorful mix of roasted beets and herbs served with traditional Georgian plum sauce.

Badrijani Nigvzit – Small Plate
Walnut stuffed Eggplant Roll – Caucasus favorite appetizer. Served with cilantro leaves and tangy pomegranate molasses.

Mtsvane Lobio Borane – Entree
Tender green beans served with spiced yogurt.

Chkmeruli – Entree
Garlic Fried Chichen served with flavorful walnut sauce.

Adjarian Khachapuri – Entree
The star of our dinner. Georgian cheese-filled bread in which the dough is formed into an open boat shape and the hot pie is topped with an egg and a pat of butter before serving.

Honey Cake – Dessert
One of the most beloved soviet-ish dessert. Incredibly delicate and lavishly layered with whipped sour cream frosting.

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