Marche, the French restaurant at the Fifth Street Public Market, will feature the foods of Normandy in a special multicourse
dinners offer choices for each course.
FOOD: Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has once again created the multicourse
sit-down dinner menu.
As you sit with friends (or like-minded strangers) at your own table, you're coddled with gourmet perks that usually include multicourse
meals--even a menu created just for you--and, in some cases, a bird's-eye view of the kitchen hubbub.
How much: Prix-fixe multicourse
dinners from $60 and up.
Tonight, Marche at Fifth Street Public Market will hold a Burgundy Wine Collectors Feast, a $55 per person, multicourse
meal with no corkage fee.
Follow the lead of regulars and request one of chef-owner Thierry Rautureau's multicourse
Guest chefs cooking the evening's fixed-price multicourse
menu will include Paul Bocuse, Lyon, France; Paul Prudhomme, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, New Orleans; Eric Ripert, Le Bernardin, New York; Sirio Maccioni and Marc Poidevin, Le Cirque & Circo, New York and Las Vegas; Claudia Fleming, Gramercy Tavern, New York; and more.
Because this bakery specializes in desserts, its multicourse
turkey dinner ($120 to serve six) includes both pumpkin pie and chestnut cake, plus a dozen chocolates.
Recommended items: Kaiseki multicourse
meal, variety of sushi, ``ohmygod'' sushi roll, garlic and sesame seared tuna sashimi, spicy scallop hand roll (preferably with soybean paper), wild duck (kamo) hot soba, zaru cold soba, smoked herring sushi, tempura.
In a multicourse
meal, the noodles come near the end to refresh the palate.
A catered, multicourse
dinner will be provided along with a romantic champagne toast.