Friday, March 5, 2021
Limewood Bar and Restaurant, in partnership with Berkeley's Apothecarium and Cultivating Spirits, is redefining the at-home pairing dinner. A curated menu and desired cannabis high is on the menu for Friday, March 5, 2021. Epicurean food is more delicious paired with the right wine: Imagine the mind-blowing deliciousness of a skilled match-up of expertly-prepped food and top-shelf cannabis. The pairing is perfected through smoking, harmonizing the flavors to enhance the meal, while teaching participants how to identify their high by understanding the organoleptic properties of the cannabis. Limewood's food-and-weed pairings guarantee to take your dining experience to new heights. The first in a series event will feature world-class cuisine, local craft cannabis, and a 4-course Farm-to-Fork meal.
Enlighted Dinner Series Menu
Hemp Honey Gougeres
Citrus Lace | Spigerello Kale| Napa Cabbage | Crispy Sprouts | Herb Goddess Dressing
Lamb Loin | Endive | Exotic Citrus | Smoked Belly Ragout | Sorrel
Chocolate Bar | Fermented Banana |Salted Caramel | Ganache
$150 for 2 people, food only
Food pickup at Claremont Club and Spa at the Carriage Entrance, March 5, 2021, between 3:00-5:00pm
Cannabis Selections: Two strains of locally produced craft cannabis $34-$36 for two grams OR $110-$116 for two eighths
Guests will pick up prepared meals from the hotel on the afternoon of March 5th at the Carriage Entrance of the hotel, between 3:00pm-5:00pm. The cannabis selections will be available for purchase at The Apothecarium Berkeley beginning at 9:00am on March 5th and may be ordered in-person at the dispensary or online for curbside pickup at 2312 Telegraph Avenue, Berkeley, CA.
At 6:00pm, discerning diners and partakers will join a ZOOM call for a private "meet and greet" with Chef Paire and Cultivation Spirits Founder/CEO, Philip Wolf. The chef will provide a meal introduction and overview with heating and plating instructions. Philip will then introduce the two selected strains and share pairing and "smoking notes".
"Cannabis and dining are a perfect marriage - food is communal, as is cannabis," contributes Limewood Executive Chef, Joseph Paire. "Our cannabis pairing menus are all the fun without the gluttonous morning-after guilt."
"Cultivating Spirits finds the closest parallel to cannabis in wine culture and prides itself on pairings", shares Philip Wolf, Founder, and CEO of Cultivating Spirits. "Having an organization like Claremont step into the culinary cannabis world shows the progression and de-stigmatization of cannabis. This dinner will be another step forward into the exploratory world of culinary cannabis experiences."
To order, please simply click or tap "ADD TO CART" below. This dinner is for Friday, March 5, 2021, only.