November is the time when the new Beaujolais Nouveaus debut, and Marché Bacchus celebrates the occasion with three-course meal inspired by the French wine. The French bistro and wine market is offering up this special menu on Thursday, Nov. 18, along with its regular menu.
Executive Chef Jean Paul Labadie is honoring of this wine ritual with a menu prices at $39.99 that includes Idaho Rainbow trout Rillette with poached Idaho Rainbow trout on grilled flatbread, ratatouille and winter greens tossed in a Parmesan chive dressing for the first course. Next, he serves a traditional French cassoulet. Dessert is a classic vanilla bean crème brûlée. Each meal also includes a glass of 2010 Beaujolais Nouveau wine.
Also, Marché Bacchus is honoring the release of local dining critics John Curtas, Max Jacobson and Al Mancini’s highly anticipated book, “Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants,” with the Beaujolais Nouveau dinner plus a copy of the book for $49.99. The book is regularly priced at $12.95 plus tax.
Reservations are encouraged and can be made calling 702.804.8008. For more information, visit www.Marchébacchus.com.