Cook & Brown Public House, Brooklyn Hemispherical Bitters, and
Frederick Wildman House Wines are joining together to host a unique multi-course
dinner. This partnership will show how the artistry of pairing beautifully prepared
cuisine with just the right libation can produce pure perfection for the pallet. These three
like-minded companies are joining forces to bring you sublime evening of food and
Cook & Brown Public House is an American style gastropub in Providence Rhode Island.
Chef and Owner, Nemo Bolin prides himself in preparing his food with precise European
technique, and a strong focus on New England seasonality. Along with his staff, Chef
Bolin works tirelessly to procure the best ingredients from local farmers, fishermen,
ranchers and food artisans. Pairing Brooklyn Hemispherical Bitters with old world wines
from the Frederick Wildman House Wines and the refined cuisine of Cook & Brown
Public House creates a symbiotic experience for all the senses. Cook & Brown Public
House has recently had the pleasure of being a semifinalist for the James Beard Award's
Best New Restaurant Category, and was awarded Best New Restaurant by Esquire
Magazine. Also nominated for Peoples Best New Chef by Food & Wine Magazine, Chef
Nemo Bolin has quickly had a great impact on the community and the restaurant
Brooklyn Hemispherical Bitters are made in the classic style, drawing flavors from
vegetables, roots, herbs and fruits. Founded by Mark Buettler and Jason Rowan,
Brooklyn Bitters was created to show what a difference small batch, seasonal production
can make. All bitters are carefully crafted by hand, using only the finest local and organic
Frederick Wildman and Sons Wine has been an importer of fine wines and spirits for
over 75 years and is committed to great excellence through their consistency and variety
of wines. Their portfolio now includes over 50 brands under its umbrella, each one
unique and each one prominent in its region of production. This exquisite company has,
over the years, grown to be a key force in the world of wine in, not only the North East,
but all over the United States.
The bitters created by Brooklyn Hemispherical Bitters are the inspiration for this dinner.
Chef Nemo Bolin and his culinary team will create a menu using the same ingredients
that were used to create the seasonal bitters. The dinner will take place at Cook &
Brown Public House, located at 959 Hope Street, Providence, Rhode Island, 02906.
The evening will begin with one hour of cocktails and canapés starting at 6:30 pm
on the night of November 10th, 2011. Following the cocktail hour, there will be a 6-
course tasting menu paired with original cocktails and esoteric wines. Bartender Jesse
Hedberg will be creating cocktails for the event and Brett Marcy from Frederick
Wildman wines will be working with us to match the appropriate wine with each dish.
Reservations can be made by calling Cook & Brown Public House at 401-273-7275.
The price for the evening $135 per person an includes a cocktail reception with
passed h'orderves, a six course dinner menu, and wine and cocktail pairings. If you
have any questions with regards to this event please contact Scott Pinocci at Cook &
Brown Public House at or 401-273-7275.