Wednesday, December 28, 2011

New Years Eve at Dario's

It's not just New Years Eve at Dario's, it's also their fifth anniversary!

From their email newsletter:
The last day of December is our favorite evening of the year, as it offers us two reasons for revelry: the arrival of a new year, and the restaurant's anniversary. This New Year's Eve we will be celebrating five years serving classic French-Belgian cuisine with fine Belgian beer, and we invite you to join us to mark the occasion. We have stocked an array of festive beers and spirits to accompany your meal, including a few curiosities for those willing to look beyond champagne on New Year's Eve.
Toast friends and good fortune with Deus Brut des Flandres, a beer brewed in Belgium but finished in France as though it were champagne, producing an absolutely unique drink that blurs traditional flavor boundaries between beer and wine. Pair a strong, zesty tripel or a richly spiced Christmas ale with one of Dario's holiday specials. Relax and digest with the help of Pernod Absinthe, a complex traditional-style absinthe, or Green Chartreuse, a world-renowed, centuries-old herbal liqueur manufactured by the Carthusian monks in the French Alps.
Stay until midnight and join Dario and the crew in toasting the new year!
Dario is currently planning a special menu for the occasion, including several holiday twists on Brasserie favorites and a few new dishes. 

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