Chef's Table with Orin Swift Winery

January 28th at 7:00 p.m.
A Four Course Experience
$150 Per Person
Make your reservations & deposit by calling 913.278.0910.

Chef Laura has put together a special menu of farm-fresh creations that pair perfectly with a variety of wines from Orin Swift Winery in St. Helena, CA. A representative from Orin Swift will join guests to discuss flavor profiles and all things wine.



    Chef's Selected Cheeses | Accoutrements
    Wine Pairing: Abstract Red Blend


    Green Salad | Shave Fennel | Micro Kale | Whipped Green Dirt Goat Cheese | Cure Egg Yolk | Lemon Preservative | Sherry Vinaigrette
    Wine Pairing: Locations Rose


    Pan-seared Scallop | Creamy Farro Risotto | Creamy Parsley Parsnips | Smoked Ham Copa | Saffron Aioli | Micro Mizuna Bekana
    Wine Pairing: Blank Stare Sauvignon Blanc


    Tornados Grilled Bone in Beef Tenderloin | Crusted Foie Gras |Roasted Duck Fingerling | Chanterelle Mushrooms | Veal Sauce | Micro Sugar Pea Shoots
    Wine Pairing: Palermo Cabernet


    Black Forest Chocolate Cake | White Chocolate Toffee | Amaretto Cherries
    Wine Pairing: A Special Treat from Orin Swift

Make Your Reservation

Seating is extremely limited and reservations are required. Please call 913-278-0910 to make your reservation and deposit. 


Should the Chef’s Table be cancelled for any reason, we will refund deposits in full. 

Items marked as Gluten Free have ingredients that have been verified as gluten free by our suppliers OR can omit ingredients which contain wheat gluten. While we strive to provide accurate information, ingredients do change from time to time and our kitchen is NOT gluten free. Cross contact may occur. Please help us prepare your meal to your satisfaction by stating your dietary needs when ordering. We occasionally use nuts and nut-based oils in some of our menu items. If you are allergic to nuts or any other foods, please let your server know.

*Some foods may contain raw or undercooked ingredients. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.


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