El café del jardín
Serving Spanish Breakfast & Café Cortado at
The Garden Cafe daily - free Cava Mimosas with breakfast.
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Located at 1105 Simonton Street
Francisco José de Goya - March 30, 1746, Fuendetodos
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker. He is considered the most important Spanish artist of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. His paintings, drawings, and engravings reflected contemporary historical upheavals and influenced important 19th- and 20th-century painters.
Escabeche Mixto de Mariscos
Salmoreja de Remolacha y Fresa
(Chilled beet and strawberry soup)
Jamon Iberico, Idiazabal y Escarola Carbonizada en Vinagreta de Jerez
(Iberico Ham, Idiazabal Cheese and Charred Endive in Sherry Vinaigrette)
Huevo de Maracuyá con Nido de Chocolate
(Passionfruit egg in a Chocolate Nest)
The Grape Harvest
ST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
401 Duval Street
12:00pm - 2:00pm
Chef Layla Barr
Culinary Creative at
Gather & Nourish
The Green Pineapple Café
$225.00 per person
A delightful scene of a early 19th Century Monk at mealtime by Spain's most iconic and beloved painter.
Antoni Gaudí - Reus - June, 25 1852
This collection of Modernista buildings includes a cellar, a house and a chapel. It was built towards the end of the nineteenth century, commissioned by industrialist Eusebi Güell who owned a number of vineyards in the Garraf area.
There had been controversy surrounding the authorship of this group of buildings. On the one hand it had been suggested that Francesc Berenguer i Mestres,
a disciple of Antoni Gaudí was responsible for the design and on the other hand that it was a project created by Gaudí himself.
The original plan is kept in the Sitges Historical Archive (located in the building adjacent to the Santiago Rusiñol library). It is signed by Antonio Gaudí and thus put an end to the controversy.
The buildings are asymmetric and make many references to medieval structures. The parabolic arches are remarkable as too are the wrought iron and brickwork.
The cellar is currently managed as a restaurant.
Spanish Olive Oil poached Seafood Mixto garlic chips and fresh herbs
Pan con tomaté Heirloom tomato with Serrano Ham, arugula fresh ground pepper
Prunes wrapped in jamón ibérico
Olive Oil Bar
presented by Olive Oil Lovers
Taste different varieties of Designation of Origin Spanish Olive Oil
Picual variety as it represents approximately 50% of Spain's olive oil production.
Other popular Spanish varieties are Picudo, Hojiblanca, Arbequina, Lechin, Cornicabra,
Verdial and Empeltre
Pipirrana is a simple, fresh, summer tomato salad from Andalusia, Southern Spain. Many regions have their own variations but, typically, the 4 ingredients they all have are tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and bell peppers. Served with some crusty bread.
Roasted suckling pig is considered the standard
of the Segovian people.
Roasted root vegatables; potatoes, carrots, parsnips, celery root tossed with
cold pressed Spanish olive oil.
Scallion Capers Parsley Thyme and roasted garlic aioli
Mel i Mató
Mel i Mató is a local Catalan dessert made from mató – cheese obtained from fresh sheep milk. This cheese dessert is best served with local honey and nuts. The texture of mato cheese is similar to ricotta but is milder in taste.
with toasted seasalt marcona almonds
Bodegas Güell Grand Tasting
3501 S. Roosevelt Blvd.
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Chef Martin Liz
Key West Personal Chef
Transportation will be provided by
Old Town Trolley
from Ocean Sotheby's International Realty
1075 Duval Street. Suite 15-C
PROMPTLY at 4:45PM
PLEASE ARRIVE BY 4:30
$325.00 per person
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