Table 926 and Stone Brewery Dinner Collaboration



Picture this: you’re sitting near the beach right before the sun dips below the horizon, and you’re about to dive into an entrée that fuses Latin and Mediterranean flavors. At first bite, the essence of the dish explodes in your mouth and tickles your palate in ways you can’t seem to put into words. While trying to compile a sentence in your brain to describe these blissful flavors, the aromas from the dish resonate a notion that entices you to come back for another savory bite, which you follow willingly. Next to your entrée is a pint of malty goodness. This local brewed beer is paired with precision to draw out the flavors in your entree even more, giving an experience that is nearly divine. This perfect setting and dining experience seem too good to be true. However, Table 926 has constructed dreams into reality by offering the Beer Dinner with Stone Brewery: a 4-course menu with beer pairings that engages all the senses. 

Table 926 Owner and Executive Chef Matt Richman has created a 4-course menu that features his innovative approach on fine Mediterranean and Latin cuisine while utilizing fresh ingredients indigenous to California. In addition, Richman has skillfully paired each entrée with a malty beverage from one of San Diego’s favorite brewers, Stone Brewery. Start the dinner off with an Arugula-Pistachio Salad and Maytag Blue Cheese Souffle that is matched with a Cali-Belgique IPA: a California style IPA with Belgian influences. Following that, the Taleggio Cheese Flatbread with grilled wild ramps and fried chicken oysters is coupled with Stone’s deep amber ale, The Levitation. For the main entrée, Richman has paired Braised Pork Belly with Sublimely Self Righteous Ale: an American Black Ale whose bitterness pairs in unison with the savory identity of the pork belly. End the dinner with Dark Chocolate Decadence Cake, 12th Anniversary Bitter Chocolate Oatmeal Stout, and a 2008 Stone Imperial Russian Stout, which will surely cap the night off pleasantly.

This menu is only offered Wednesday, April 11 from 6:00 p.m. till 9:00 p.m. and runs for $45.00 per person. Set your reservation today. 



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