Pub & Kitchen Happenings

A happy-happy goes out to Pub & Kitchen chef Jonny Mac who celebrates his birthday today. The chef formerly known as Jonny Mac is now going by his real name, Jonathan Adams. Who knew?

On this weekend’s menu, P&K is featuring a Painted Hills Ribeye for two with roasted Brussels sprouts and sauce périgueux for $55.

On Wednesday, April 7th, Pub & Kitchen will be hosting the first of their monthly retro cookbook dinners. The first of these dinners will feature dishes from Craig Claiborne’s acclaimed New York Times Cookbook, published in 1961. Check out the full menu after the jump.

Also the gastropub has redone its upstairs private function room. It’s a great looking room with room for 24 seating and maybe 40 or so standing.

Potage Cressonnière(p.68), potato and watercress soup garnished with black pepper and watercress leaves

Trout Meuniere(p.261), pan roasted Pocono trout with green beans, almonds and lemon brown butter

Steak Diane (p.91), cast iron New York strip steak with fresh spinach, potatoes ‘duchess’ and sherry sauce

Crepes Marcelle(p.610), crepes filled with cognac pastry cream and fresh roasted pears.

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