Meat Week: A Charcuterie Dinner At The Most Obvious Place For A Charcuterie Dinner


Considering that Kensington Quarters has some of the best meat in the game, we’re pretty pumped about their upcoming charcuterie dinner on Tuesday, March 31 at 7 pm.

Oh, but wait. The menu goes beyond the typical prosciutto wrapped melon to bring guests an inventive meal that lets the meat really shine. The dinner begins with a charcuterie board, featuring bresaola, veal terrine, head cheese and ‘nduja. Then a shrimp and salami salad with cucumber, basil and hot sauce, followed by smoked goat belly served with egg yolk, baby lettuce and onion relish. Then porchetta with royal trumpet mushrooms, carrots, and radishes, and dessert will be caramelized cake with lomo and chocolate.

The dinner will run you $75 per person (with wine pairings), but if you’re looking for a less expensive way to eat at Kensington Quarters you can grab five of your friends and call ahead to schedule one of their large format dinners.

What’s a large format dinner, you ask? It’s a dinners for parties of six or more (reservation only), served family style, with multiple courses, sides, and small plates and desserts available a la carte. The cool thing? They only cost $25-$35 per person.

You can reserve yours with a simple phone call (and five friends). Give KQ a call at (267) 314-5086 to set up yours.