Wednesday, August 01, 2012

Everest Launches Pre-Theatre Dining Program (Chicago)

 As Chicago’s cultural season approaches, Everest is waiting in the wings with a newly launched pre-theatre dining menu that steals the scene.

With Launch of Theatre Season, Relaxed and Elegant Pre-Performance Menu Gets Diners to the Show on Time
            Diners catching a show in Chicago’s downtown theatre district can enjoy a luxurious, three-course meal from a daily changing menu, experiencing the best of Everest for $54 per person. To ensure a smooth and relaxing evening, patrons can pre-pay for the meal as well as take advantage of Everest’s complimentary parking for the evening. Diners can then breeze out of dinner without worrying about searching for downtown parking near the theater.
            “The whole experience of a night at the theatre in Chicago is an event to be remembered, and a stop at Everest is that first act that sets the tone,” said Chef Joho of Everest. “Our entire aim is to have guests start the evening with a lovely meal and leave happy and energized for the performance.”
            Dinner begins with les preludes, Everest’s world-renown appetizers. Starters such as  cold-pressed Maine lobster with potato, hazelnut and celery emulsion follow. Main courses include veal tenderloin, compote of Michigan peas, asparagus and wild morels. The meal is completed with one of Everest’s scene-stealing desserts like the parfait of Michigan blueberries, sheep’s milk caramel glacé. The constantly changing menu reflects the freshest seasonal ingredients, so as summer progresses into fall, guests will enjoy the finest of the harvests from Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin. Wine pairing can be expertly performed by our sommelier.
To make reservations for the pre-theatre dinner, or for any questions, diners can call Everest at 312-663-8920.

About Chef Joho and Everest
Acclaimed Chef Joho is proprietor of one of the country’s premier dining rooms, Everest, which is located on the 40th floor of the Chicago Stock Exchange. Chef Joho’s world-renowned cuisine and award-winning wine list have earned Everest international recognition. Bronze sculptures created by acclaimed Swiss artist Ivo Soldini adorn each table, while paintings by Chicago artist Adam Siegel line the walls overlooking the western view of the city and sculptures by Virginio Ferrari grace the dining room. Everest is a member of Relais & Chateaux/Relais Gourmand, Les Grandes Table du Monde, Traditions & Qualité, Academie Culinaire de France, and Maitre Cuisiniers de France.

Everest Restaurant
440 S. LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL 60605

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