Knife Steakhouse to host two unique pairing dinners

Photography courtesy of Knife Steakhouse.
Knife Steakhouse is hosting two unique dinners this month, one with Greek food and wine pairings and the other with steak and whiskey.

Knife Steakhouse is hosting two unique pairing dinners in January, one celebrating Greek culture and the other featuring a selection of whiskies from Lochranza Distillery.

On Wednesday, January 18, Knife is hosting a ‘Robert Burns Day’ Whisky Dinner from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Admission is $125 per person and will include a woodfired grilled quail frisee salad with Robert Burns Single Malt, a swordfish and broccoli rapini with Arran Barrel Reserve, a 44 Farms NY Strip Au Poivre with potato pave and Arran 10 Year and a whiskey bread pudding with Arron Port Cask Finish.

On Wednesday, January 25, Knife is hosting a ‘Greek Wine Paired Dinner’ from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Admission is also $125 per person and will feature assorted olives with hummus and pita paired with a 2019 Manousakis Nostos Vidiano, grilled dorade with roasted potatoes paired with a 2021 Gavalas Santorini, woodfired grilled octopus with tzatziki paired with a 2015 Gavalas Mavrotragano, and lamb with eggplant tapenade paired with a 2020 La Tour Melas Cyrus One.

Seating is limited for both dinners, according to the restaurant, so guests are encouraged to buy tickets as soon as possible.

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