Cafe Castagna's Choucroute Garnie!


Imagine.... an alpine tavern with dark wood, long rough-hewn tables, and a rosy-cheeked maitre d'. The room overflows with wine, ale and laughter. Your mouth waters as a platter of sizzling sausages is carried past you.... We are excited to invite you to our final Communal Dinner for this year. It is aChoucroute Garnie- a famous Alsatian dish of sauerkraut, sausages, salted meats, and potatoes. One key component to the recipe is the use of Riesling to add bright flavor to the cabbage- and to sip alongside as well. Choucroute Garnie is eaten in fall and winter because it is warming and hearty. The cool weather has arrived in Portland so we hope you'll join us! Choucroute Garnie Tuesday, November 14th, 6:30pm Frisée salad with rye croutons • Homemade sauerkraut with boudin blanc, garlic sausage, wieners and cured pork potatoes and homemade mustard • French apple cake $40 per person A flight of beverages to go with the choucroute $22 Leon Boesch "Edelzwicker" Alsace, France NV Sylvaner/Pinot Blanc Blend Agathe Bursin "Dirstelberg" Alsace, France 2016 Riesling Brassiere de la Pigeonelle 'La Loirette' Farmhouse Ale, Loire Valley, France Go all out! $40 A perfect pear sparkling cocktail the flight of beverages Dominique Andiran 'Les Ruminants des Vignes' Gascony, France 2016 Diners will be seated at communal tables set with bountiful platters of choucroute garnie. If you have not had an opportunity to sit with us for one of our communal dinners the Choucroute Garnie is a great first timer's feast! Please call the café (503 231.9959) to reserve your seat.

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