Skip Nav
Food Video
Eat the Trend: Giant Meatball Stuffed With Spaghetti
Holiday Living
Mashed Potatoes So Creamy That They Need No Adornment
Holiday Food
14 Trader Joe's Party Staples For Busy Hosts

An Inside Look at Plymouth's Cocktail Pairing Dinner

An Inside Look at Plymouth's Cocktail Pairing Dinner

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a special dinner hosted by my favorite gin, Plymouth, to celebrate St. George's Day. As seen on last week's Top Chef Masters, the food was paired, course by course, with cocktails. I was excited for the chance to experience this growing trend firsthand, and I wasn't disappointed.

Mixologist Brandon Clements and chef Mark Sullivan from Spruce collaborated and created an exquisite menu that not only highlighted the nuanced flavors of the gin, but also the local ingredients of the season. The first dish was paired with the cocktail shown here, the Violet Beauregarde. With its beautiful garnish, light floral undertones, and refreshing lemon quality, it was a very memorable cocktail.


Cheers!

The Menu

Isn't the garnish the most beautiful one you've ever seen?

First Course

First Course

To see what it was paired with, browse my photos of the dinner after the break.


Cheers!

The Menu

Isn't the garnish the most beautiful one you've ever seen?

First Course

First Course

Second Course

Second Course

Third Course

Third Course

Fourth Course

Fourth Course

Fifth Course

Fifth Course
Healthy Chicken Breast Recipes
$1 Long Island Iced Tea at Applebee's
Healthy Dinners With 5 Ingredients or Less
Spiked Warm Apple Cider Recipes
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds