PB STEAK HOSTS WINE DINNER WITH FLOWERS VINEYARD & WINERY

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Pubbelly Boys Andreas Schreiner, Sergio Navarro and Jose Mendin, are hosting a special wine dinner with Flowers Vineyard and Winery at PB Steak on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. Priced at $150 per person, excluding tax and gratuity, diners will feast on a four-course, family-style meal with paired wines, while mixing and mingling with winery owners. Reservations are required; a la carte and regular dinner service will also be offered. Menu follows:

FLOWERS

Vineyard &Winery Dinner

(All items served family style)

First Course

Beavertail Oysters – crème fraiche, lemon ginger marmalade

Hamachi Taquitos – ginger soy, corn miso, avocado

Scallop Crudo – carrot vinaigrette, kaffir lime, pickled shimenji

Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast & Chardonnay, Camp Meeting

Second Course

Pork check ravioli – green peas, ricotta, hazelnuts, beets brown butter

Dates avec chorizo – spicy tomato, goat cheese crea

Steak tartare sliders – sirloin, frites, truffle, parmesan

Flowers Perennial, Sonoma Coast

Third Course

18oz NY Striploin, bordelaise

Roasted Sonoma duck breast, rhubarb yogurt

side dishes

Chioggia beets , goat cheese croquettes, pistachio, maple, sorrel

Wild mushroom fricasse, marsala soy jus, truffle

Honey roasted pumpkin, aux poivre, cranberry

Potato puree, aged parmesan

Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast & Pinot Noir, Sea View Ridge

Dessert

Chefs Selection

About Flowers Vineyard and Winery

Perched on top of soaring coastal ridges and just two miles from the rugged Pacific Ocean, the two estate vineyards of Flowers Vineyard and Winery were some of the first planted on the “extreme” Sonoma Coast. Elevation, ranging from 1,150 to 1,875 feet, ensures that maritime breezes and coastal fogs cool the vineyards during the heat of summer allowing fruit to fully mature with fresh, complex flavors and lively acidity. The well-known San Andreas Rift comes ashore nearby at Ft. Ross and is responsible for much of the geological movement in the region and has influenced both Sea View Ridge and Camp Meeting Ridge vineyards. The underlying parent material of the vineyard soils was once ocean floor. Through cataclysmic events of fault movements that generated great heat and pressure, the marine sedimentary rock was transformed into fault gouge material consisting of rocks like schist, shale, sandstone, greywacke, and greenstone. These ancient rocks and weathered soils help to control vine vigor on our estate and coupled with our organic and biodynamic farming practices, create wines of depth with bright fruit, earth, and mineral characteristics – wines that reflect a true “sense of place”.

PB Steak, located at 1787 Purdy Avenue in the Sunset Harbour area of Miami Beach, serves dinner seven days a week from 6 p.m. – midnight; lunch, via the Taco Belly pop-up Monday – Friday, from noon to 3 p.m., and Brunch Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m., Reservations are accepted and can be made through www.pbsteak.com or The Food Network’s cityeats.com. Valet and plenty of municipal parking available. Telephone: 305 695 9550. www.pbsteak.com