September Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner (sold out)
Join Morcilla & Threadbare Cider for our Cider Maker Dinner, the second dinner of the 4-part Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner series. On September 17th, enjoy a five course tasting from Morcilla’s chef Justin Severino and chef de cuisine Nathan Hobart along with cider pairings from Threadbare’s head cider maker, Brian Bolzan.
Tuesday Sept 17th
$75.00 per person + tax and gratuity
At Morcilla, located at 3519 Butler St. Pittsburgh, PA 15201
smoked goat cheese tahini/saffron maple
Roasted Pepper Conserva
sherry vinegar/garlic/olive oil
citrus/rosemary/ olive oil
Queso en Aceite
manchego/ meyer lemon/ padron peppers/ olive oil/ roasted garlic/ toast
whipped feta/harissa/smoked walnuts/za’atar
SOPA DE MARISCOS
squid ink fideuà/roasted lemon/aioli
butifarra/roasted creamed corn/salsa verde
A Few Additional Notes…….
You must be 21 or older to attend. You may cancel up to 24 hours before the dinner, any cancellation after that time will result in a $75 cancellation charge. Limited dietary restrictions can be accommodated for this dinner. Seating will be communal, if you have any seating requests, please contact us prior to the dinner. A credit card is required to reserve seats.
A word from our partners at Threadbare…
“At Threadbare we strive to craft cider and mead that is, foremost, food friendly. We devised this series with a simple objective: partner with some of Pittsburgh’s preeminent chefs to create three unforgettable cider dinners along with an epic finale tasting here at our urban cidery. You’re cordially invited to join us as we explore the gastronomic qualities of fine cider paired with the eclectic cuisines of Dianoia’s Eatery on Sunday August 11th, Morcilla on Tuesday September 17th, Black Radish Kitchen on Thursday October 17th, and a finale tasting event at Threadbare Cider House on Monday November 4th.”
“Threadbare Head Cider Maker, Brian Bolzan, is singularly obsessed with all things food and cider. Brian joined the Threadbare team with a passion for the science of fermentation and a dedication to creating high quality; innovative products after stints with both Jack’s Hard Cider and Flying Dog Brewery. As a board member with the Pennsylvania Cider Guild Brian is committed to legislating a more inclusive definition of hard cider as well as consumer education about cider styles.”
Save the date for the other events in the Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner Series
Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner with DiAnoia’s Eatery – 8/11/2019
Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner with Black Radish Kitchen – 10/17/2019
Threadbare Cider Maker Dinner Finale with DiAnoia’s, Morcilla & Black Radish – 11/4/219