Charleston debuts new Wednesday supper-for-two with 'Downton Abbey'-inspired menu

January 22, 2013|by Richard Gorelick

Starting this Wednesday, Charleston will offer a supper-for-two menu in the bar. Think of it as a way to soak up some of Charleston's atmosphere, and Cindy Wolf's cooking, without committing to the full tasting menu experience.

The menu, which will change weekly, costs $100 for a couple. The main course for the debut supper, which is inspired by "Downton Abbey," is a lobster pie, butter poached lobster, Yukon gold potatoes and brandy cream in puff pastry. The appetizer is ham-stuffed mushrooms, and the supper includes a course of Stilton cheese and winds up with a course of mignardises -- think small cookies and petit fours -- served with a Claret ice, a sorbet made with red wine.

You can reserve a table for any time after 5:30 p.m. in the Charleston bar, which opens at 5 p.m.

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