Harvest Dinner

Harvest Dinner

Don’t miss out on your last chance to celebrate the bounty of the season and all that the Green Market has to offer with The Fourth on Friday October 18th at 7:00 p.m., at a three course, family-style Autumn Harvest Farm Dinner for $125 per person to kick off the festive fall season. The first harvest dinner on October 11th has completely sold out, so get your tickets for the second dinner while they’re still available.

The neighborhood American Brasserie will offer this three-course, prix fixe dinner with a seasonally inspired, market-driven menu that is filled with fall ingredients. Dinner-goers will be seated at the long, wooden communal tables in the wine gallery to enjoy this farm-fresh meal in a rustic setting and at an all-inclusive price.

Enjoy live jazz music and sustainable, organic wine pairings, which will be included in the prix fixe price and presented by One Five Hospitality’s Beverage Director and Master Sommelier Roger Dagorn. Owners of One Five Hospitality, Jo-Ann Makovitzky and Marco Moreira will also be in attendance to celebrate the fall harvest, as well as Chef Michael William Davis.

With its breathtaking interior and sophisticated menu, The Fourth reflects Jo-Ann and Marco’s cumulative experience, passion for the community and their creative entrepreneurial spirit. The Fourth serves as an exciting multifaceted dining destination that brings together the Union Square’s elegance with the East Village’s edgy, creative appeal. The Autumn Harvest Farm Dinner is yet another initiative showing the couples’ sense of community, by bringing the neighborhood together to rejoice in the seasonal, sustainable fare that autumn has to offer.

PORK CROCQUETS

BUTCHERS’ BLOCK IN HOME MADE TESTA
assorted salumi, pork shoulder foie gras rillette
& marinated olives

PORK “VITTELO”
tonnato, hearth bread & shaved fennel

PORK BELLY SLYDERS
nervetti, mixed beans & pickled vegetable salad

IN HOUSE MADE FUSILLI PASTA
pork ragu, smoked bacon, guanciale & smoked farmers
cheese

STUFFED PIGS’ TROTTERS
lentils, lobster, nantua sauce & mustard greens

HAY ROASTED RACK PORK
hearth roasted brussels sprouts, farofa
& harvest cassoulet

APPLE CRISP
quince sorbet, calvados & chicharrón

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Harvest Dinner
Event Category: Food
When: October 18, 2013
Time: 7:00pm
Where: The Fourth


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