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Restaurant R’evolution & Tin Roof Brewing Company Present a “R’evolutionary” Beer Dinner 1 Night Only – Tuesday 11/12/13

Restaurant R’evolution pays tribute to New Orleans’ rich beer heritage with its first R’evolutionary Beer Dinner on Tuesday, November 12th at 7:00 p.m.  Award-winning executive chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto create a food and ale paradise for a limited number of guests.

Restaurant R’evolution has partnered with Tin Roof Brewing Co., Baton Rouge’s only micro-brewery, established by owners Charles Caldwell and William McGehee in 2010, to design a dinner menu with each of four courses paired with a different Tin Roof ale.

“We are thrilled to welcome Tin Roof Brewing to the tables of R’evolution,” Chef Folse said.  “Charles and William are doing a phenomenal job.  Not only do they have great, flavorful beers, but they create new beers based on Louisiana’s spicy flavor profiles.  That’s music to a chef’s ears.”
The 1800s were the golden days of beer brewing in New Orleans with legendary names such as JAX, Regal, Dixie and Falstaff.  “Before Prohibition, New Orleans brewed more than 230,000 barrels of beer a year, making it the largest brewer of any city in the South,” Chef Folse said.  With the recent creation of the Louisiana Brewery Trail by Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne and the surge of local craft breweries, it seems another golden age of brew is on the horizon.

The R’evolutionary Beer Dinner begins with Smoked Potato Bisque with Black Truffle and Creole Cream Cheese and Tin Roof Voodoo Bengal Pale Ale. This ale complements the soup with notes of honey and caramel flavors. The second course of Chanterelle Spätzle with Foie Gras Brown Butter and Rocket Leaves is accompanied by Tin Roof Blonde Ale. This light-bodied, crisp American Blonde Ale offers a wonderfully refreshing finish that enhances Restaurant R’evolution’s take on traditional German Spätzle.  Game lovers will rejoice in the Spice-cured Venison with Sweet Potato Croquette and Parade Ground Coffee Porter Red Eye Gravy. The flavor profile of this distinct seasonal ale adds hints of toffee and chocolate to R’evolution’s red eye gravy while the Perfect Tin Amber Ale enhances the venison.

Even the dessert, a Satsuma Chocolate Bar with Satsuma Gastrique and Sel Gris, pairs well with Tin Roof’s limited release of Rougarou Imperial Black Ale.  The namesake of this beastly brew derives from the bayou creature of Cajun lore, the Rougarou. The elusive roast undertones and intense aroma of the Rougarou Imperial Black Ale complete a dinner beyond compare.

Priced at just $75 per person, excluding taxes and gratuity, seats will fill-up quickly. Seating for this “R’evolutionary Beer Dinner” at Restaurant R’evolution on Tuesday, November 12th is limited.  For reservations call 504.553.2277. Enjoy a special parking rate of $10 for 2 hours. Bottoms up!

Restaurant R’evolution opened to the public in June 2012.  The elegant 6,000 square-foot fine dining restaurant, which seats 160, is the first joint venture for chefs John Folse and Rick Tramonto’s restaurant development company, Home on the Range.  Located in the heart of the French Quarter at 777 Bienville Street in the landmark Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans, Restaurant R’evolution’s cuisine is a modern and imaginative reinterpretation of classic Cajun and Creole styles.  The restaurant is a celebration of the cultural fusion of the food and flavor that has shaped the culinary landscape of New Orleans. For your convenience, valet parking is available at the restaurant’s Bienville Street entrance or inside the Royal Sonesta Hotel’s parking garage.  Attire is casual but proper.  For reservations, call 504.553.2277.  For more information, please visit us at www.revolutionnola.com or follow the restaurant on Facebook, Twitter or Restaurant R’evolution’s Blog for a behind-the-scenes peek inside one of New Orleans’ most exciting new restaurants.
We’ve jazzed up Royal Sonesta New Orleans. Located in the heart of the French Quarter and just steps away from some of the city’s finest shopping and visitor attractions, the all-new Royal Sonesta New Orleans looks forward to welcoming you and your guests. With 483 newly appointed guest rooms and suites, special performances presented nightly at Irvin Mayfield’s Jazz Playhouse, fine dining at Restaurant R’evolution, seasonal beverages at PJ’s Coffee Café and casual dining at Desire Oyster Bar, there are always plenty of exciting new offerings to enjoy at this luxurious hotel. We invite you to make Royal Sonesta New Orleans your exclusive travel destination. For more information, visit www.Sonesta.com/royalneworleans, 1.800.SONESTA or call directly at 504.586.0300.
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