Guest Post: Vegansaurus D.C. and Baltimore: Great Sage’s Beer Pairing Dinner! »
I found out a few days ago that an employee at Great Sage considers me a “regular.” I really shouldn’t be surprised considering I eat there at least once a week, but I thought that I was more discreet than that. Going in twice in one day probably didn’t help, but come on, a girl has to eat three meals a day plus dessert, right? Now I just imagine that every time I go in, the wait-staff must snicker.
As a regular, I feel it’s my duty to spread the word about Great Sage’s beer pairing dinner that is going down in just over a week. Of course I’ll be there!
Here are the details:
Beer Pairing Dinner, featuring vegan beers from Samuel Smith Brewery
Monday, Oct. 24, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Great Sage, 5809 Clarksville Square Dr., Clarksville, M.D. (443) 535.9400
$55 per person (plus tax and gratuity, reservations required, limited seating, not gluten-free)
Tasting 1: Organic Lager, Grilled Romaine, roasted pepper, hearts of palm, chili crackers and rosemary-black truffle vinaigrette.
Tasting 2: Tadcaster Ale, Quinoa and lemon-herb ‘tabouli’ with red bell pepper and parsley garlic emulsion.
Tasting 3: Indian Pale Ale, Crimson lentil stew with coconut and tomato over Indian curry fire rice.
Tasting 4: Italian Oatmeal Stout, Crisp seitan-“feta”-spinach phyllo tart with garlic whipped Yukon potatoes and stout glaze.
Dessert: Pumpkin cheesecake with pomegranate syrup [Ed.: HOLY SHIT].
Shay Kemble is an aspiring lifestyle writer in Washington, D.C. She believes she can bring humor to any situation and will do so on her upcoming blog.
[photo of Great Sage’s Peach Napoleon via Yelp]