Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Spring Wine Dinner at Hearth (Evanston, IL.)
Spring Wine Dinner at Hearth
On Wednesday, May 24th at 7:00pm, Hearth Restaurant & Lounge invites you to an exclusive wine event featuring H2Vino wines. Enjoy a delicious five course menu paired perfectly with hand-selected wines from around the world. Tickets are $100 / person (exclusive of tax and gratuity).
Sour Cream Panna Cotta | Everything Bagel | Shaved Salmon
Digby “Leander Pink Brut Rosè”
Pinot Noir | Pinot Meunier | Chardonnay
Asparagus | Egg | Mushroom | Pork Broth
2015 Michael Gindl “Little Buteo”
Rabbit Sugo | Ramp | Pea | Rhubarb
2014 Domaine Guy Robin “Ier Cru Vallions”
Whey| Artichoke Barigoule | Chickpea | Parsley
2014 Sanquis “Bossman”
Syran / Viognier
Santa Barbara California
White Chocolate Namaleka | Basil | Marcona Almonds | Balsamic
Bodegas Tradicion “Fino Viejo”
Tickets can be purchased by calling (847) 570-8400. Hearth Restaurant & Lounge is located inside The Homestead hotel at 1625 Hinman Ave. in Evanston, IL.
About Hearth: Located inside the historic Homestead hotel (1625 Hinman Ave.,) Hearth Restaurant & Loungeis a contemporary eatery and bar that offers exquisite food and imaginative drinks in a warm and welcoming setting.
Chef John “Woody” Linton’s eclectic yet cohesive menu draws inspiration from international styles of cooking including Italian, Asian, Czech and French influences. Highlights include Cured Salmon Crostini with Apple, Horseradish Cream & Mustard, Macadamia Mahi Mahi with Baby Bok Choy, Fried Rice, Bacon & Soy-Orange Garlic Ginger Sauce, Saffron Tagliatelle with Butternut Squash, Pomegranate, Sage & Pepita and Svickova made with Beef Tenderloin, Garlic Spaetzle, Wild Mushroom and Sour Cream Dill Sauce. Many entrées are available in half orders, allowing guests to enjoy a small plates-style dining experience and sample multiple different dishes.
Located across from the dining room, a modern lounge features clean lines, contemporary furniture and décor in muted tones, providing an appealing contrast to the dining room’s decidedly rustic aesthetic. Guests can grab a seat at the bar and choose from Scheler’s list of ten different craft cocktails including the Blood Orange Manhattan (Bulleit Rye, Pur Blood Orange Liquor, Dubonnet Blanc + Rouge, Havana Butter,) the London Fog (Earl Gray-infused Vodka, Letherbee Fernet, Lemon, Simple Syrup, Aromatic Bitters) and the Magnate (Cranberry-infused Oppidan Gin, Thyme + Cardamom Simple Syrup, Lemon, Prosecco, Bitters.)
Hearth’s central location and proximity to public transportation makes it the ideal Happy Hour spot for commuters. Hearth’s Happy Hour program is available in lounge Tuesday – Thursday and Sunday from 5:00 pm – 6:30pm and features $8 specialty cocktails, $6 glasses of house red and house white wines and $5 select beer. A number of food specials, which change on a daily basis, are also available.
Weekend brunch is served on Sundays from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm.