Valentine’s Wine and Cello Dinner with Jean Gay and Chef Andy Tran ~ 2/6/20 6:30pm

$100 plus tax + gratuity

Reward a loved one with an early Valentine’s surprise! A Classical Valentine’s concert performance featuring cellist Jean Gay playing the six cello suites by Johann Sebastian Bach, savored as you drink wines and enjoy a 5-course dinner created by Murphy’s Chef Andy Tran and served in our private dining room.

Peek below at the fascinating menu!

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Murphy’s Invites You To A
Valentine’s Wine Dinner with Cellist Jean Gay and Chef Andy Tran

A Valentine’s Dinner for Lovers and Music Lovers!

Satisfy your appetite for fine music, cuisine & wine!

Imagine a remarkable 5-course dinner where every dish is paired not only with great wines but also the perfect cello accompaniment.

Cellist Jean Gay will share with you why she chose each tune to compliment each dinner course and wine. Jean is an Atlanta-based artist who is passionate about presenting music from the classical tradition in a way that is relevant, intuitively resonant, and impactful. Visit her website.

You’ll be in Murphy’s private dining room.

Scroll down to see the fascinating and unusual 5-course dinner menu…

You must purchase this event above on this web page. You cannot use OpenTable.

1st Course

Roasted Beet Tart, Goat Cheese, Watercress
Schloss Gobelsburger Grüner Veltliner, Kamptal, Austria
Prelude

2nd Course

Vichyssoise, Smoked Trout Roe, Brioche
Dr. Loosen ‘Erdener Treppchen’ Riesling Kabinett, Mosel, Germany
Allemande

3rd Course

Pate En Croute, Cherry Marmalade, Pistachio
Meinklang Pinot Noir, Österreich, Austria
Courante

4th Course

Seared Duck Breast, Root Vegetable Gratin, Blood Orange & Rosemary Reduction
Umathum Zweigelt, Burgenland, Austria
Sarabande
Galanteries

5th Course

Chocolate Flower Pot, Sponge Cake, Crème Anglaise, Berries
Kiona Vineyards Ice Wine, Red Mountain, Washington
Gigue