If you suffer from celiac disease or other gluten intolerance, check out Broken Top Bottle Shop‘s gluten-free, five-course dinner they are putting on this Thursday, March 12. BTBS is well-known for having some of the best vegan and vegetarian dining options in town so this dinner seems like a natural fit.
The five course menu prepared by Chef Phillip Michael Price is as follows:
Burrata, Fennel, Blood Orange, Parsley, Olive Oil
PEANUT, BELLY, & JELLY
Braised Carlton Farms Pork Belly, Strawberry Jelly, Salt Roasted Peanuts
SEA, CREAM, & CRUNCH
Roasted Sockeye Salmon, Lemon Thyme Aioli, Micro Herbs, Crisp Potato
A GAUCHO IN BEND
Painted Hills Ribeye, Chimichurri, Charred Lemon, Grilled Baby Corn
A SWEET FINISH
Crème Brûlée, Pink Peppercorn, Bay Laurel, Thyme, Crisp Sugar
The cost is $50 per person, and will be set up as communal seating, running from 6:30 to 9:30pm. You will need to get your tickets in advance, either by visiting BTBS in person or calling 541-728-0703.
And, please be aware that Broken Top Bottle Shop takes gluten issues seriously and does post a disclaimer:
Any food not prepared in an entirely gluten-free facility runs the risk of being cross-contaminated. We use the utmost care & integrity in avoiding cross contamination when handling gluten free foods. If you have an immediate &/or potentially life-threatening allergy, YOU WILL KNOW BEST THE SPECIFIC PRECAUTIONS Y0U NEED TO TAKE. We use the term “gluten-free” knowing that if you have a severe gluten allergy, you understand that in a restaurant that is not entirely gluten-free, there may be some minimal exposure for which YOU MUST DETERMINE YOUR OWN PERSONAL RISK TOLERANCE.