Charity Wine Dinner, Give a little

The Panama City Beach Seafood, Wine & Music Festival is just over a week away and the pre-event kickoff “Charity Wine Dinner” that will benefit the Visual Arts Center is planned for Thursday, October 9th at Breakers Restaurant.

Endorsement will come from the esteemed La Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, an international gastronomic society devoted to promoting fine dining and preserving the camaraderie and pleasures at the table.

The menu for this event will consist of:

Appetizer:  Ahi Sushi Grade Tuna with a Wasabi and Rice Vinegar Vinaigrette, garnished with a seasonal Melon Salad and Belgium Endive.

Soup:  Cream of Oyster Soup with a hint of Smoked Lobster

Salad:  Bib Salad with Fresh Rasberries, Almonds, oven dried Plum Tomato and Kaiamata Olives, topped with a LemonGrass Vinaigrette.

Entee:  Pettite Filet Mignon, placed on a Boursin Cheese filled Crouton and a Marinated Mushroom, topped with Lump Crab meat and a Garllic Beurre Blanc.

Dessert:  Molting Chocolate Lava Cake with Vanilla Beach Ice Cream and O Rasberry Coulisa.

This amazing collection of flavors of land and sea have been designed by the host chefs Dee Brown of Shores of Panama, Debbie Warren-Cook from of Breakers, and Konrad Jochum of Boatyard.  The wine partner, RNDC will be pairing the dinner courses with a selection of fine wines to best enhance the dining experience.

Seating will be limited and the cost is $85 per person, or $150 per couple and will include 1 free ticket to the day of choice at the Panama City Beach Seafood, Wine & Music Festival.

To secure your tickets for this limited seating event, call Breakers 850.234.6060

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