Falling Crumbs

Mimi’s Café offers Seasonal Menus
Mimi’s Cafe invites guests to “Come Enjoy a Taste of France” with the arrival of its latest seasonal menus—Tour de Paris. As the second stop on Mimi’s culinary journey, the new food and drink choices are inspired by the culinary capital of the world and are available for a limited time at an incredible value.
Guests can try for a chance to experience Paris firsthand by participating in the Mimi’s Chance for France Giveaway from Nov. 3 through Dec. 31. The grand prize is a five-day, four-night trip for two to Paris, including round-trip air transportation and accommodations. Participants will also have a chance to win more than 100 prizes, including $100 Mimi’s gift cards for 10 winners, a free Mimi’s Family Meal To-Go for 20 winners and $25 Mimi’s gift cards for 75 winners. All winners will be announced in January 2012. Visit MimisCafe.com for information.

The Boiler Room and The Sorting Table to hold Wine Dinner
The Boiler Room to host a wine dinner focused on the wines of France on November 23, featuring The Sorting Table portfolio. The wine dinner will be from 5:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and featuring a stunning selection of food and wine.

With fall hovering around and the game season about to begin, the menu is sure to feature Muscovy duck and Yorkshire piglets from Iowa as well as heirloom squash and house ground polenta. The cost is $85 per person before tax and tip, call 916.9274 to make reservations.

posted at 10:07 pm
on Saturday, November 12th, 2011

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