Comfort Food Dinner at Baldanza Cafe

Book now for our third butcher dinner! Drive the winter blues away by enjoying “COMFORT FOOD” hosted at Baldanza Cafe. Join us on Tuesday, January 23rd at 7:30pm for 3 delicious courses priced at per person. 


To start

potato leek & bacon soup

or 

cobb salad

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Entrée

double cut berkshire pork chop with tri-colored carrots and mushroom sauce

or 

veal osso bucco in vinsanto sauce with fettuccini

or

clementine & cranberry cornish game hen with herbed new potatoes & spinach

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Dessert

sorbet 

or

Jim's carrot cake


To book please call Mike the Butcher on 203 594 1844 or visit Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/comfort-food-featuring-south-avenue-butcher-dinner-tickets-38784400185?aff=eprofsaved

Baldanza Café, 17 elm street, New Canaan / 203 966 4000

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Second South Avenue Butcher Dinner at Baldanza Cafe

When you take the time to think what is great about living in New Canaan, the first word that springs to mind is COMMUNITY. Businesses try to collaborate whenever possible and residents support these initiatives. That's exactly what happened when Baldanza Cafe teamed up with South Avenue Butcher and provided a hearty dinner with meat and produce sourced from local farms. It was so popular a second has been planned for Tuesday December, 5th with two sittings at either 5:30pm (until 7:15pm) or at 7:30pm.

'A Hearty Winter Plate' 

To Start

Baby back sticky pork ribs with sweet potato chili fries

or

Lamb lollipops

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Maple bacon mac & cheese

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Entrée

Chicken pot pie with frisée salad

or

Filet mignon with truffle mash

or

Short rib with house-made pappardelle

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Dessert

Chef Jim's pumpkin pie and chestnut ice cream

or

Artisanal cheese plate

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$100 (includes tax & gratuity)

Reservations can be made by:

Calling Baldanza on 203 966 4000, or visiting them at 17 Elm Street, New Canaan.

Calling South Avenue Butcher on 203 594 1844 or visiting them at 17 South Avenue, New Canaan. 

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Christmas is a time for family traditions

At the end of this season’s hustle and bustle, after the excitement of Santa and presents under the tree, families and friends gather for Christmas dinner. It’s both the time for tried and true recipes that have been served year after year and an opportunity to bring something new to the table. Special occasion foods, seldom seen the rest of the year, make an appearance. Prized bottles saved for the celebration are uncorked and shared.

 Pork Crown Roast

Pork Crown Roast