Michael Mina brings his Pop-Up from San Francisco to Washington, DC

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Michael Mina brings his Pop-Up from San Francisco to Washington, DC for One Night Only
Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Michael Mina brings his Pop-Up from San Francisco to Washington, DCMichael Mina brings his Pop-Up from San Francisco to Washington, DC

Spring is just around the corner, and to speed its arrival in the nation’s capital, renowned chef Michael Mina is coming to town to present a pop-up dinner experience from his popular, The MINA Test Kitchen restaurant. Mina, along with executive chef Joe Palma, will feature an exclusive menu showcasing dishes and flavors from the Mediterranean and Middle East, for one night only, at BOURBON STEAK at the Four Seasons, Washington, DC on Tuesday, April 5, 2016.

With two limited seatings at 6:00pm and 8:30pm, guests will savor Mina’s native understanding of the flavor profiles of his Egyptian heritage as he and Palma playfully meld them with those of neighboring lands of the eastern Mediterranean.  Among the parade of inventive dishes influenced from the sun-drenched coastal countries will include:

Spicy Brokaw Avocado, Schug, Fried Walnuts, Shaved Radishes, Pickles, Katafi

Roasted Cauliflower and Crispy Chicken Skin Hummus, Dried Cherries, Marjoram, Roasted Garlic, Tenbrink Olive Oil

Border Springs Lamb Trio in Matbucha – Meatball, Loin, Shoulder

Mango Sesame Tarta, Lime and Green Cardamom Frozen Yogurt

The MINA Test Kitchen dinner builds on the success of similarly themed pop-ups that the James Beard Award-winning chef has recently hosted at The MINA Test Kitchen in San Francisco.  Here at BOURBON STEAK, DC, each course will be expertly paired with wines from the most extensive cellar in town; and don’t be surprised if Palma keeps the flavors alive by adding a favorite item from the evening to his lunch menu.  Stay tuned!

The pop-up will transform a private room at BOURBON STEAK into another world across the sea with warm blues, whites, tans, sands and textiles by the expert hand of DC’s interior designer, Mark Chaikowski Design. The flavors that strike the palate will be every bit as refreshing as the scenery: and will evoke a good feeling of warmer days ahead.

Seatings for Michael Mina’s “The MINA Test Kitchen” Pop-up are at 6:00pm and 8:30pm. Cost per person is $65; and an additional $55 with wine pairings of unique varietals coming from Greece and Italy. [Plus Tax and Gratuity]

For more information and reservations, please call BOURBON STEAK:  202.944.2026
Social Media Channels: @BourbonSteakDC @ChefMichaelMina

BOURBON STEAK at Four Seasons Hotel Washington, DC
2800 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC | 202.944.2026 | bourbonsteakdc.com