April 2013


dishes

F i r s t   C o u r s e

Black Tiger Shrimp
shaved fennel and citrus salad, saffron vinaigrette

Duck Confit
French lentils, braised endive, bacon

Marinated Tuna Tartare
wakame, cucumber sorbet, wasabi oil

Arugula Salad
pecorino romano, croutons, roasted red pepper vinaigrette

M a i n   C o u r s e

Marinated Lamb Loin
roasted eggplant, shiitake mushrooms, sautéed spinach,
Asian pear chutney

Alaskan Halibut
fingerling potatoes, leeks, micro herbs

Filet Mignon
reggiano risotto, Maine crab, asparagus, bordelaise

Breast of Chicken
baked polenta, mushroom ragout, haricots verts, tomato confit, tapenade

D e s s e r t Diningrm

Bread Pudding
brandied currants, caramel sauce, crème anglaise

Zinfandel Berries
fresh berries tossed in a red zinfandel and lavender honey reduction, served with basil ice cream

Trio of Sorbets
strawberry red wine, pineapple-star anise, coconut

Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée
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  • Grilled Prosciutto-wrapped Shrimp with Lemon Aioli
  • Roasted Dates with Gorgonzola and Bacon
  • Bruschetta with Eggplant Caponata

First Course

Antipasti

Second Course

Sautéed Calamari alla Babbo with tomatoes, olives, white wine and pasta

Third Course

Braised Lamb with baked parmesan polenta, spring vegetable ragout, toasted pine nut and orange gremolata

Fourth Course

Goat Cheese Panna Cotta with lemon curd, blueberry sorbet

$50  Please call 336-982-2109 for reservations

The April 14th Sunday Salon at River House will introduce Dori Freeman and David Long to the 2013 season.

Dori Freeman, a native of Southwest Virginia has been singing for as long as she can recall and took up quickly with the guitar at fifteen.  Dori’s influences span a varied list of genres including traditional, swing, jazz, and folk.  Perhaps one of her greatest influences is the regional music of the Appalachian Mountains that she grew up listening to.  Dori has two records available:  “Porchlight,” featuring smooth vocals tinted in shades of jazz and swing paired with traditional instrumentation and “Those On the Moon,” a soulful set of songs spanning old-time inspired tunes and her original compositions.

Mandolinist and vocalist David Long was a 2006 nominee for the International Bluegrass Music Association Recorded Event of the Year for his album “Stomp” with Mike Compton, and is considered to be one of the new masters of traditional, bluegrass mandolin playing. He has performed around the world, including two previous tours in Japan as well as Australia, playing at the Port Fairy Folk Festival and National Folk Festival in Canberra (2005). The online journal Mandozine wrote, “Today, a revival of traditional music is in full swing and gritty, soulful mandolin playing is again at the forefront. At the top of the list of new masters is David Long.”

 

Music begins at 4:00 PM, hors d’oeuvres passed at 5:00, more music and a Chef’s choice 4-course menu at 6:00.

For additional information and reservations, please call 336-982-2109 or email riverhouse@skybest.com.

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