Thursday, August 28
6:30 pm Prompt
Kids may be headed back to class soon, but there’s nothing says adults can’t kick back and enjoy the season for as long as it lasts. And what better way than with a five-course dinner of dishes perfect for summer, each accompanied by a satisfying brew? Even better—a dinner in which the brews themselves are used in the preparation of the dishes?
If that sounds like your perfect way to ease into Labor Day, our Summer Time Beer Dinner is for you. We’re pairing each in a five-course menu of warm-weather delights with a specially selected beer, ale or stout actually used to make the course. Take a look:
5 Courses Paired with 5 Beers
Liefman's Fruit and Shrimp Ceviche
Blood Orange, Peaches, Watermelon, Cantalope infused with Citrus and Beer
Beer: Liefman's Fruitesse Framboise
Sweet Lamb Mini Flatbread
Pulled Leg of Lamb Braised in "Kentucky Peach Barrel Wheat Ale"
Caramelized Onions & Roasted Red Peppers
Rooftop Garden Mint Drizzle
Beer: Kentucky Peach Barrel Wheat Ale
Crabbies Orange Ginger Granitee
Beer: Crabbies Orange Ginger Beer
Beer Batter Scallop
Warm Asparagus and Watercress Salad
3- Floyds Sauce
Beer: New Belgium 3 Floyds "Gratzer Ale"
Russian Chocolate Stout Souffle
Chocolate Stout Infused Crème Anglaise
Beer: Stone Imperial Russian Stout
$49.00 per person
Tax and service charge additional
By Pre-Paid Reservation Only
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12
6:30pm at Bistro 185
Join Bistro 185, Laurello Vineyards, and Cavotta's Garden Center for a 5-course farm to table dinner benefit.
Proceeds benefit Hospice of the Western Reserve.
Enjoy 5 creatively prepared courses by Bistro 185, using locally sourced ingredients, including produce from Cavotta's Garden Center, paired with 5 locally produced wines from Laurello Vineyards.
From the Cavotta Garden – Heirloom tomato and herb salad. Locally made boccocini.
Wine: Josephine Chardonnay Viognier
Locally sourced pork tenderloin – grilled Chinese style.
Cavotta Garden grilled baby bok choy finished a with sesame - miso glaze.
Organic Freekah pilaf.
Wine: Cosmo – Sangiovese Merlot
Indian inspired tandoor style grilled organic chicken thigh.
Saffron scented organic brown basmati rice.
Cavotta Garden kale salad.
Grilled naan bread with cumin scented ghee.
Wine: Illuminata-Riesling-Muscat Gewurztraminer
Grilled local herb marinated shrimp.
Local watermelon - mint - feta salad.
Wine: Unoaked Reserve Chardonnay
A selection of house made desserts.
Wine: Sweet Genevieve Vidal Blanc Ice Wine
- The Art of Healing Benefit
Bistro 185 was proud to be a part of this event at Farenheit for Seidman Cancer Center, University Hospitals.
- Hospice of the Western Reserve's "A Meal to Remember"
Bistro 185 was proud to take part in the Hospice of the Western Reserve‘s “A Meal to Remember” program. The Hospice of the Western Reserve devotes itself to providing palliative end-of-life care, caregiver support, and bereavement services throughout Northern Ohio. Celebrating the individual worth of each person’s life includes providing families with opportunities to share memory-making moments, and that’s what “A Meal to Remember” is all about. Once each month in 2012, one local Cleveland restaurant hosted a dinner for Hospice of the Western Reserve patients and their loved ones at David Simpson Hospice House. In this beautiful setting on the Lake Erie shore, patients and their loved ones can gather around the dinner table to enjoy a truly special meal and create lasting memories. On July 17, 2012 Bistro 185 provided this dinner.
- North Union Farmers' Market Garlic Festival
We participated in Cleveland's first festival celebrating everything there is to love about the humble but mighty garlic! We served French-Fried Garlic Chips on Lobster Ravioli with Laughing Bird Caribbean White Shrimp! Visit Event Website
- Muttsquerade Ball, sponsored by Dogs Unlimited Rescue
Look for us at this fundraiser for Dogs Unlimited Rescue, hosted by Fox 8 News in the Morning anchor Stefani Schaefer and featuring live music by Cleveland's own rock legend Michael Stanley, a silent auction, and a magnificent spread of food from area restaurants. Our contribution will be Fall Corn Pudding with Pancetta and Sautéed Laughing Bird Shrimp. Tickets $100 each. It'll be a barking good time!
- American Liver Foundation's Flavors of Northeast Ohio
At this unique and creative culinary event, premier regional chefs (including us!) prepared, tableside, a signature five-course gourmet dinner, complete with wine pairings and distinctive décor, for a table of ten.
- The Coit Road Farmersí Market Taste of Autumn
Ten local chefs including Bistro 185 prepared tastes using the harvest of local farmers. In addition to the food, there was live local music and meeting others interested in local food. The farmers donated the ingredients, the chefs and musicians are donated their talent to support the Coit Road Farmersí Market.
- The March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction The March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auctions are held in over 200 cities across the country. This is a unique and fun dining experience where top local chefs present their signature dishes in a tasting format. Since the first Chefs Auction in 1989, these events have raised more than $89 million to make sure that all babies are born healthy.
- Market Under Glass 2010
An evening of unlimited food and assorted drink from over 50 of the finest restaurants and beverage purveyors in Northeast Ohio! Proceeds benefited Harvest for Hunger, a program of the Cleveland Foodbank.
- The American Cancer Society, 2nd Annual Dining at the Diamond
Benefit at Classic Park in Eastlake.
- North Union Farmers Market Spring Benefit
Bistro 185 along with 25 other outstanding Cleveland restaurants served samplings of their terrific food for this great cause. Bistro 185 served Lobster Pot Pie and House-smoked duck breast on potato pancakes with an apple-leak compote.
- The American Cancer Society
Benefit at Saks Fifth Avenue at Beachwood place.
- LGBT Summer Restaurant Tour
- Friends of Annie
Fundraiser for Annie Chiu, chef / owner of Sun Luck Garden, one of Cleveland’s most celebrated restaurants, who underwent emergency open-heart surgery and whose restaurant was closed during her recovery.