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Cur-ATE: French Connections

Cur-ATE: French Connections

Tuesday 1/29 at 6:00pm

LACMA

Enjoy a special evening dedicated to the love of food and art while exploring the museum after hours.

Enjoy a guided tour of the museum’s permanent collection of French art, including visitor favorites from the 18th and 19th centuries. Included will be paintings and decorative objects from the elegant Rococo period, art from the time of the French Revolution, and Impressionism. Trace the culinary history of France through the ages before enjoying a French-inspired feast prepared by Chef Fernando Darin at Ray’s and Stark Bar.

Price includes tour, dinner, and parking. The menu is offered prix fixe and subject to change; please refrain from substitutions. Wine and speciality cocktails available at additional cost. Refunds will be granted only if the event is canceled.

Menu
First Course: Rouge Escabeche (pickled baby vegetables, mustard seed caviar)
Wine Pairing: 2016 Domaine de Tariquet
Second Course: Ratatouille Tart (roasted market vegetables, parsley pistou)
Wine Pairing: 2018 Beaujolsia Nouveau
Entrée: Pan Roasted Carmen Ranch Ribeye (roasted wild mushrooms, sauce perigueux)
Wine Pairing: 2014 Nicolas Merlot
Dessert: Mille-fuille (vanilla custard, black mountain huckleberries)
Wine Pairing: Anna de Codorniu Dulce

($100 members/$134 with wine-tasting; $110 non-members/$144 with wine-tasting)

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT STARTS AT 6PM.

SOLD OUT!

image: Paul Cézanne, Still Life with Cherries and Peaches, 1885–87, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, gift of Adele R. Levy Fund, Inc., and Mr. and Mrs. Armand S. Deutsch.