All Hallows Eat
Though it may be 80 degrees outside, it is late October, which means that Halloween is near. To get you into the spirit, we'll bewitch you with daily posts on events, parties and themed destinations leading up to the 31st. To whet your appetite, our first suggestion is an idea for a ghastly gourmet event.
If you tend to prefer tricks with your treats, 1789 is the place to spend your Halloween. On Oct. 30 and 31, the restaurant will serve a five-course prix fixe tasting menu ($45) of mystery foods. Chef Nathan Beauchamp promises a meal of concoctions for the daring, including pig trotters and beef tongue. The catch is that the different ingredients will remain a mystery until the menu is unveiled at the end of the meal. Dessert will be deliciously sugary with a ghoulish theme.
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