The Shed at Glenwood’s broVo Vermouth Four-Course Dinner Party Monday 19 August, 2019

The Shed at Glenwood, a chef driven, neighborhood bistro nestled where the Atlanta BeltLine’s Eastside and Southside trails connect, invites diners and imbibers alike to sip, swirl and savor during a special broVo Vermouth Dinner.
Hosted by founder of broVo Spirit and Master Distiller, Mhairi Voelsgen, guests can begin their culinary journey with reception cocktails followed by a four-course dinner paired with hand-selected bottles of broVo Vermouth.

The Shed at Glenwood’s broVo Vermouth Dinner Menu

broVo “Witty
Pan Seared Scallops served with Pickled Beets, Candied Lemon and Parsley Oil

broVo “Pretty”
Lemon Grass Prawns served with Coconut Milk, Dark Soy, Pineapple and Charred Leak

broVo “Pink”
Salmon Belly Sashimi with Crispy Salmon Skin

broVo “Jammy”
Braised Pork Ravioli served with Parmesan Reggiano, Sautéed Heirloom Squash and Tomato

Adult Snowcones made with broVo Vermouth “Pretty”. This was a special treat and a fun after dish! I haven’t had a snowcone in a long time so why not an adult one?

The dinner party with broVo Vermouth was an absolutely success! I learned about the amazing herbal vermouth spirit favors of broVo Vermouth for the first time, and now I learned of the decadent dished at The Shed at Glenwood!

Learn more about the broVo Vermouth spirit brand here brovospirits.com

Have a great dining experience in Atlanta at The Shed at Glenwood and read the menu and more here.

Which course was your favorite?

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