Acacia House Dinner Series

The porch is breathtaking at Acacia House Restaurant in Napa, The Taste SF
The entrance to this Napa hotel and restaurant at the Acacia House Restaurant in Napa, The Taste SF

 

Are you looking for a new experience in Napa Valley between now and Christmas? If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you! We were excited to be hosted by Acacia House to experience their first annual Feast of the Seven Cultures dinner series at the dinner with Paul Kahan.  A few of our favorite things from the dinner were the obatzta with root vegetables (so gorgeous!), smoked eel with bay scallops and buttermilk-gerkin dressing, and mt. lassen trout with persimmons and hazelnuts. Paul even brought his knackwurst from PQM in Chicago.  If you don’t already have his cookbook, we highly recommend ordering a copy here.

 

obatz with root vegetables from Paul Kahan at Acacia House in Napa Valley
Mt Lasson Trout from Paul Kahan at Acacia House in Napa Valley The Taste SF
smoked eel and scallops with crispy potatoes from Paul Kahan at Acacia House in Napa Valley The Taste SF

Feast of the Seven Cultures Trout from Paul Kahan at Acacia House in Napa Valley The Taste SF
goose breast with pork knuckle and knackwurst from Paul Kahan at Acacia House in Napa Valley The Taste SF

 

Participating chefs include:

Monday, December 18
Roland Passot (La Folie, San Francisco) – France

Tuesday, December 19
Traci Des Jardins (Jardinière, San Francisco) – Mexico

Wednesday, December 20
Abraham Conlon and Adrienne Lo (Fat Rice, Chicago) – Portugal

Thursday, December 21
Paul Kahan (Blackbird, avec, Big Star and most recently, Publican Anker, Chicago) – Germany

Friday, December 22
Jamie Bissonnette (Toro, Boston) – Spain

Saturday, December 23
Staffan Terje (Perbacco, San Francisco) – Italy

Sunday, December 24
Chris Cosentino (Acacia House, St. Helena) – California

Tickets are available here through Tock. Dinners are $190 per person (excluding tax and gratuity) with an optional beverage pairing for $95. A portion of proceeds from the dinners will go to Napa Valley Community Disaster Relief Fund.

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