Comme Ca, the modern French brasserie by acclaimed Chef David Myers at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, will commence its “Le Barbecue” summer grilling series on the patio with a Bastille Day celebration on Saturday, July 14.
Bastille Day is the equivalent of our Independence Day, when French folk stormed the Bastille prison in 1789, setting the course for a really pleasant and bloody revolution.
Myers, chef and owner of the celebrated restaurant, along with Executive Chef Brian Howard, have created a Parisian-inspired barbecue menu of selections made to order from the wood-fired grill on Comme Ça’s patio, including freshly-made Leg of Lamb, Skirt Steak au Poivre and Beer Can Chicken.
No barbecue would be complete without ample sides, and Comme Ça will feature an elaborate spread of French picnic staples like artisanal cheeses, house-made charcuterie with violet mustard and assorted pickles, Provençal Spring Vegetable Salad, Potted Steak Tartare with traditional garnishes, Smoked Salmon Rillette, Basque Cake and an assortment of seasonal fruit tarts.
Unlimited libations priced at $25 per person include house champagne and the Prohibition Punch cocktail made with dark rum, Grand Marnier, passion fruit, fresh lemon and champagne.
The mouthwatering menu, priced at $49 per person, will be available from 3 until 7 p.m. on Bastille Day. Additional dates are planned for the “Le Barbecue” series through the end of September.
Here’s the Menu:
Unlimited Drinks, $25
Mixed greens, toasted hazelnuts, goat cheese
Provenҫal spring vegetable salad, lemon shallot dressing
Roasted beets, sherry vinegar and citrus
Assorted oysters, mignonette sauce
Artisanal cheeses, honeycomb and raisin bread
House-made charcuterie, violet mustard, assorted pickles
Assorted tea sandwiches
Potted steak tartare, traditional garnishes
Smoked salmon rillette, absinthe, grilled bread
Steamed mussels, white wine and saffron
Wood fire grill
Skirt Steak au Poivre sauce
Leg of lamb
Beer can chicken
Basque cake, lemon tart, seasonal fruit tarts, nougat
Don’t be deceived
when our Revolution has been finally stamped out
and they tell you
things are better now
Even if there’s no poverty to be seen
because the poverty’s been hidden
even if you ever got more wages
and could afford to buy
more of these new and useless goods
which these new industries foist on you
and even if it seems to you
that you never had so much
that is only the slogan of those
who still have much more than you
Peter Weiss, Marat/Sade
Be careful harnessing the sentiment in the above words. You could be found dead in a bathtub.
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