"Red Socks at Rock House"

Historical Places of Key West

  

You’re invited to the Festival’s coolest dinner experience yet. Taking place in an old stone church circa 1865 and now a world class gallery.


First and foremost, Eduardo’s Table is an experience. Come for the extraordinary cuisine, but leave feeling you’ve touched upon something truly magical. Eduardo not only applies his incredible talent to the freshest ingredients, he prepares your food à la minute and presents each plate to you personally.


While Eduardo is known for his culinary accolades and world-famous cuisine, this meal will be prepared in an environment that is casual and laid back, yet elegant and astounding… right down to the winemaker, Jean-Charles Boisset, he may or may not show up with his red socks on, 

but he will be represented by Sara Brewer, JCB wine expert.


Our Wednesday evening “Culinary Culture of Key West in Historic Places” Series will take place in Key West’s oldest neighborhood – rooted in history and charm, this dinner party has a combination of ingredients to provide you with an unforgettable dining experience. Prepare to be wowed.


What can I expect?

– All Festival events are all-inclusive.

– We are finalizing the menu and wine pairings now, so check back regularly for updates.

– Dress code is Red Socks required. Dress for a laid-back dinner party with 24 of your newest friends.

– You must be 21+ to attend this event (no children or infants).

– This event will take place indoors.

– Event locations are subject to change.

– No pets are permitted.

– If you have a food allergy or dietary restriction, please email us. The chef will do their best to accommodate.


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Join Chef Eduardo Jimenez


MENU

“Red Socks at Rock House”


Wednesday, January 23
7:00pm

Fresh Shucked Oysters dressed with Granita two ways… 

Granita of Mignonette & Green Grape
Granita Caviar infused Vodka Granita

JCB Caviar infused Vodka Martini


Royal Red Shrimp with classic Romesco Sauce
No 69 Rosé
Flamboyant |Sensual |Vibrant


Lobster Bisque
No 11 Pinot Noir
Spontaneous |Graceful |Romantic


Single bite of Date , Chorizo, Làrdon, Dragon Fruit,
Balsamic Glaze and Lime Zest

No 13 Sparkling Wine
Bijoux |Foreverness |Divinity


Stone Crab over fried Pasta with Pesto and Pico Sauces
No 5 Côtes de Provence Rosé
Lyrical |Tantalizing |Lively


Seared Scallop brushed with Baba Ganoush
and studded with Bacon Bits

No 47 Sparkling Chardonnay
J'Noon |Sparkling Chardonnay |India


Local catch with Mojo de Ajo over Ginger scented Vegetables 

finished with Pico de Gallo
No 8 Brut, Cremant de Bourgogne
Rebellious |Balanced |Sophisticated


Kahlua Espresso Flan dusted with Mexican Chocolate and
caramel two ways

JCB Apple Ice Wine
Apple Ice Wine |Neige |Montreal

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About the Winemaker

Jean-Charles Boisset, also known as the James Bond of the wine world, is the charming French vintner and proprietor of the Boisset Collection.

Born in a vineyard, tasting his first wine at seven (he would eventually name a wine under his JCB label ‘No. 7’ as a tribute) and now the owner of a number of vineyards, Boisset knows how to enjoy life — “even if it’s just eating a tomato sandwich on a wall,” he tells us.

He is famous for his good shoes, cufflinks, scarves, jewelry and nice jackets. His signature red socks are always on the menu.


About the Chef

Eduardo's Table is back to delight and unite. First and foremost, Eduardo’s Table is an experience. Come for the extraordinary cuisine, but leave feeling you’ve touched upon something truly magical. Eduardo not only applies his incredible talent to the freshest ingredients, he also presents each plate to you personally. Edurdo is honored to be working with  Rock House Masterpieces.


About this Architectural Gem in the Gothic Revival Style 

“Old Stone Church”

330 Julia Street

Author J. Willis Burke writes in his book THE STREETS OF KEY WEST was established by freed slaves in 1865 and was originally called the First African Methodist Church. Burke says the current building dates from 1894 but records show it was built in 1900. Later it was called the Stephens AME Zion Church. The property was renovated after 1993 and converted at that time into the present usage.

The building today has a total of 4849 sq ft of interior space which is divided between the commercial space that now houses a gallery and offices plus the three residential apartments. Among the features of this beautiful building are Dade County Pine ceilings and original beams, stained glass windows, hardwood & tile floor

Details

"Red Socks at Rock House"

 WEAR RED SOCKS

Mexican Underground

Welcomes

Eduardo’s Table
 

Presented by JCB Wines and Spirits

Hosted by Rock House Gallery


Wednesday, January 23 

7:00pm - 10:00pm

Rock House Gallery

330 Julia Street 


$225.00 per person

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