Poitou-Charentes – April 15
The region is most famous for the strong but silky smooth spirit, cognac, but there are plenty more local specialities to try.
There’s wine – yes, wine! – and a delicious aperitif called pineau.
Ultra-fresh oysters of Marannes-Oléron that are sought after all over France, plus langoustines, prawns, crab and mussels to fish caught in the sea and rivers and lakes.
Franche-Comte – May 13
Bordering Switzerland & the Jura Mountain range, this region has hearty ingredients including the famous Comte cheese & amazing wines!
Mayotte, Guadeloupe, Martinique,
Reunion,- June 17 (4 courses)
This off-country regions offer a unique insight into the cuisine of French settlers, along with African & Indian influences.
These combinations make for an amazing variety of seasonings, techniques and ingredients!
All dinner begin @ 6:30 pm @ $45++ include food & beverages.
Come join us as we explore cuisines & wine from France’s 27 diverse regions. Reservations required.