Aug. 22, 2012
-- On Wednesday, August 29, Table 926 will merge San Diego’s nationally-acclaimed craft brewing scene with one of the city’s most attractive new restaurants. Table 926, created as an intimate bistro and located in north Pacific Beach, will begin the evening with a “beer hour" from 6 to 7 p.m. followed by a four course beer-paired dinner from 7 to 10 p.m.
To start, guests will taste leading local brewery AleSmith’s Lil Devil Belgian Pale Ale, paired with a White Shrimp Ceviche prepared by Table 926’s Executive Chef and Owner Matt Richman.
Then diners will begin to work their palates through the four course meal, to include Steamed Venus Clams with Chinese Sausage in a Lemon Grass-Sake Broth, Kumquat Marinated Natural Chicken Thigh with Sautéed Dandelion Greens and Artichoke Hearts, Seared Duck Breast with a Red Cherry Glaze and Sticky Toffee Pudding with Caramel Ice Cream. Each course will be coupled with one of the following harmonizing beers: Horny Devil Golden Strong Ale, IPA, Grand Cru Dark Strong Ale and Speedway Stout.
This $49 AleSmith Beer Dinner will be presented in Table 926’s inviting dining room and on its newly opened patio. For further information and reservations, please visit http://www.table926.com/beer-dinner
About Table 926
A 2012 San Diego Home & Garden Magazine Silver Fork winner, Table 926 has fast become a popular dining destination for foodies. The upscale, yet casual, seasonal cuisine reflects the gastronomic experiences of Chef and Owner Matt Richman blending California ingredients with Mediterranean and Latino flavors. This intimate bistro is located at 926 Turquoise Street in the coastal community of north Pacific Beach near La Jolla, Calif. Information on Table 926’s daily specials, events and more can be found by visiting www.table926.com. Socialize with Table 926 on Twitter: @table926 or www.facebook.com/