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.