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Farewell to Foie Gras Dinner

June 7

Foie gras is going the way of the Dodo in California. Meaning come July 1, it disappears off menus, can’t legally be purchased in the state and will likely be driven deep underground as gourmet fetish. Like wild Russian sturgeon caviar or shark fin soup.

To bid farewell, Petite Syrah hosts an all-foie dinner on Thursday, June 7.

On the six-course menu, frozen shaved foie, duck soup with foie; seared foie, squab and foie, and braised short rib with foie ragout.

Seating is limited. $125 per person.

Call 568-4002 for reservations.

 

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8 thoughts on “Farewell to Foie Gras Dinner

  1. Ive never heard a duck complain. There are people and there is food. If ducks had teeth they would attack and kill us, eat us and not feel a bit of guilt. Take a bath hippies.

  2. Ive never heard a duck complain. There are people and there is food. If ducks had teeth they would attack and kill us, eat us and not feel a bit of guilt. Take a bath hippies.

  3. Ive never heard a duck complain. There are people and there is food. If ducks had teeth they would attack and kill us, eat us and not feel a bit of guilt. Take a bath hippies.

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