Chestnuts, apples, dark chocolate, bone marrow, cinnamon and chanterelle mushrooms are all flavors of fall, and all of them are making appearances on Citron and Rose chef Karen Nicolas‘s menu for the November 3 pairing dinner featuring the wines of Israel’s Carmel Winery.
$125 a head gets you five courses plus wine pairings. Both the chef and the winemaker will be on hand to chat and answer questions. And you can check out the full menu below.
Carmel Winery dinner at Citron & Rose [official]
Citron & Rose’s David Magerman has landed the real estate for his his more casual Kosher restaurant, The Dairy. Magerman wants to open the restaurant at 321 Montgomery Avenue in Merion Station by late fall or January 2014.
For more on Magerman’s plans, check out Philadelphia magazine’s real estate blog, Property.
The Dairy [Facebook]
David Magerman, owner of kosher restaurant Citron and Rose–formerly a partnership with Zahav chef Michael Solomonov–writes to say he’s just closed on the property for the future location of his next kosher project, The Dairy. The critically acclaimed and very busy C&R is part of Magerman’s broad vision for creating increasing resources for the observant Jewish community in Philadelphia. In terms of food, Citron & Rose is the only place a lot of people can eat outside of the home.
But C&R is decidedly upscale, and Magerman has been wanting to do something more accessible for a while. That’s what The Dairy is all about. The new restaurant will be at 321 Montgomery Avenue in Merion Station. It’ll probably open sometime between October and January.
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