Sip Your Way into Spring: LINCOLN To Host Pop Up Cocktail Dinner with Jos. A. Magnus
Aside from trading in your winter boots and sweaters for sandals and sundresses, the best thing about the arrival of spring is the fresh foods it brings.
With that in mind, LINCOLN has partnered with Ivy City distillery Jos. A. Magnus to host a seasonally-driven pop up dinner on Wednesday, March 22nd.
The evening, which will also serve as the official debut of Magnus’ Vigilant Navy Strength Gin, will consist of a five course meal presented with beverage pairings. LINCOLN’s Executive Chef, Demetrio Zavala will be serving a menu chock full of seasonal ingredients like watercress, halibut and Vidalia onions.
Magnus’ Head Distiller collaborated with PRG Hospitality Beverage Manager Tammy Vodinh to create a series of original cocktails that draw inspiration from the current season and are designed to complement each course. Guests will also have the option of ordering wines, beers and other spirits from the bar.
The menu will include:
Apples | Black Pepper Granola | Cheddar Soubise | Wild Watercress | Cider Vinaigrette
French 75 with Vigilant District Dry Gin
Strawberry Pink Peppercorn Syrup | Lemon Juice | Sparkling Prosecco
Guanciale | Charred Mushrooms | Pickled Garlic | Soft Hen Egg
Gibson with Royal Seal Vodka
Dolin Dry Vermouth | Regan’s Orange Bitters | Cocktail Onion
Pan Seared Halibut
Grapefruit | Matzo Parisian | Melted Leeks | Lobster Nage
Pimms Cup with Vigilant Navy Strength Gin
Lemon Fresh Mint | Cucumber | Ginger Syrup | Seltzer
Celery Root | Vidalia | Parsnips | Whiskey Jus
Old Fashioned with Murry Hill Club
Gomme Syrup | Orange Peel | House-made Bitters
Kumquat & Rosemary Panna Cotta
Vanilla Custard | Citrus Gelee | Orange Meringue | Macarons | Rosemary Ice Cream | Hazelnuts | Rose
Joseph A. Magnus “Cigar Blend” Bourbon
The Jos. A. Magnus Pop Up Cocktail Dinner at LINCOLN will run from 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm. Tickets are priced at $85/person (not including tax & gratuity) and can be purchased here. Space is limited and reservations are required.