How can a cocktail dinner be done at a BYOB? Customers buy the dinner, and the drinks are provided free. Since the restaurant is not selling alcohol, no liquor license is required.
This sets the scene for a pairing at Lotus Farm to Table, the Media BYOB.
Philadelphia Distilling has teamed up to present a month-long, three-course menu combining Lotus’ seasonal picks with Philadelphia Distilling’s spirits.
Each course has been set up to complement its respective cocktail; it's sold as a package for $45.
It runs Wednesdays to Saturdays for dinner through the end of April.
• Cured pork belly, apple cinnamon jam, nasturtium, breadcrumb, pickled onion, aged sherry vinaigrette
• Cocktail: Apple cinnamon corn whiskey, cinnamon candy, huckleberry
• Salmon, baby fennel, artichoke, dehydrated citrus, blood orange butter
• Cocktail: Barrel Aged Gin Negroni
• Spumoni bun, cocoa sorbet, pistachio nougatine & brittle, meringue, sour cherry
• Cocktail: Pistachio rimmed vodka, cherry, mint syrup, carbonated water.