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Tujague’s to Host “Sazerac in Seersucker” Bourbon Dinner Sept. 14th

NEW ORLEANSTujague’s, the second-oldest restaurant in New Orleans, is excited to host “Sazerac in Seersucker, an intimate dinner celebrating bourbon, the American whiskey. Indulge in a specially crafted five-course menu from Chef Gus Martin that seamlessly blends Creole classics while donning your best Seersucker ensemble. Priced at  $135 per person (plus tax and gratuity), each course is thoughtfully paired with an exquisite bourbon cocktail. The menu for the evening follows:

First Course

Bacon Wrapped Gulf Shrimp 

tomato confit, pickled okra, and sugar cane bourbon glaze

Pairing: Sazerac Rye “Savignac”

Second Course

Prosciutto Gorgonzola Tarte

apple roasted pepper chutney

Pairing: Blanton’s Boulevardier

Third Course

Duck Spring Roll

bacon bourbon gastrique 

Pairing:  W.L. Weller Special Reserve Trilby

Fourth Course

Pan Roasted Pompano

potatoes croquette, jumbo lump crabmeat, bourbon corn sauce

Pairing: Eagle Rare “Sour Eagle”

Fifth Course

Le Bête Noir

flourless chocolate cake, sweet double cream, and orange bourbon glaze

Pairing: Buffalo Trace L’Autre Bête

“Sazerac in Seersucker” Bourbon Dinner will take place on Thursday, Sept. 14, at 6:30 p.m.. Reservations can be made on OpenTable or by calling 504-525-8676. Tujague’s is located at 429 Decatur St. in the French Quarter. For additional information, click here.


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