Join The White Bull for their first-ever week-long dinner event, Feast of the Seven Fishes, where they’ll be offering their own version of the traditional Italian-American Christmas Eve dinner alongside their regular menu. The even better news? The White Bull is donating 25 percent of all proceeds to Giving Kitchen. Nothing spreads holiday cheer quite like the act of giving back, so swing by The White Bull to partake in this special event while you’re at it!
Although the origin and significance behind Feast of the Seven Fishes is still up for debate, this celebrated Italian custom revolves around a delicious multi-course dinner mainly comprised of fish and other fresh seafood from the briny deep. Typically held on “La Vigilia,” or Christmas Eve, this meatless feast is intended to bring family and friends together in celebration of the holiday season. While their seven-course prix fixe menu represents many of the meal’s traditional elements, in true White Bull style, they’ll be putting their own spin on things—something you won’t want to miss.
1st- Florida oysters, yuzu zabaglione, caviar
2nd- grilled sardine, caper-raisin- pine nut vinaigrette, arugula
3rd- capitone, stewed fregula, pickled mussels, celery
4th- stuffed squid, black rice, tonnato, crispy sprouts
5th -baccala fritters, pickled hots, garlic, almonds
6th -black orecchiette, clams, broccoli rabe, breadcrumbs
7th -crispy baccala, marinated peppers, hot oil, polenta
Tickets for 7 courses are $75 per person for dinner and $55 for wine pairings.