Armature Works is launching a Dinner on the Lawn series starting on November 14th from 6PM to 9PM with an Autumn Harvest dinner. Chef Nathan Hardin of Steelbach and James Beard Award-winning Chef Anne Kearney of Oak & Ola will headline the event.

Chef Nathan Hardin of Steelbach and Chef Anne Kearney of Oak and Ola.

Dinner will be enjoyed under the stars with a view of Downtown Tampa and the Hillsborough River.

Armature Works Dinner on the Lawn Flyer

Tickets to the event start at $155 and include 5 courses, 5 wine pairings, live music, and a pop-up dining experience under the stars.

Buy tickets: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/dinner-on-the-lawn-a-steelbach-oak-ola-chef-inspired-dinner-tickets-75175904153

Menu:

Hors d’oeuvres

Pissaladiére- Provencal onion & anchovy tart, basil pistou

and

Liver Toast – Faux Foie, spiced pickles , chive, olive oil, Jamison B. sourdough

First course

Celeriac Remoulade, chilled griddled duck breast, roasted shallot-herb salad, Champagne vinaigrette

Second Course

NC Sunburst Trout – sweet potato, brown butter, mulled cider, fennel jam, burnt onion

Third Course

Grilled pork tenderloin, prune-tarragon farce, pork crepinette, griddled polenta, Armagnac braised shallots, prune demi reduction, Armagnac gastrique

Fourth Course

Bellwether Farms San Andreas, Autumn fruit compote, Jamison B toast

Sweetgrass Dairy Asher Blue, Whipped Kuespert Honey, Cornbread

Fifth Course

Tarte Tatin – Miso Caramel, Fuji Apple, Nikka Coffee Grain Ice Cream, Smoked Pecans

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