Finally, a Scotch Dinner

Mona Lisa Euro Bistro offering a four-course meal centered around something other than wine.



You’ve heard it a hundred times: beer dinner, beer dinner, beer dinner. Wine dinner, wine dinner, wine dinner. And we love it. But at last, something different: a four-course Scotch dinner at Mona Lisa Euro Bistro with special guest Karl Kadar on May 8. You know the drill: four great dishes paired with four great Scotches. Start with Lamb Scotch Egg with horseradish-mint cream paired with Mortlach 15-year-old from Speyside. Finish with Cherry Millionaire’s shortbread tartlet with honey-vanilla caramel and salted chocolate ganache paired with Edradour Caledonia Selection, Oloroso Finish Highland Scotch. We promise the in-betweens are just as tantalizing. Reserve now. 888-2201, monalisaeurobistro.com

 

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