Enjoy a Special Mother's Day Performance of Radio Free Starlight with a Special Dinner Menu
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The last date listed for Mother's Day Performance of Radio Free Starlight was Sunday May 8, 2011 / 5:30pm.
Mother’s Day Dinner Menu
Passed Champagne (or cider) for all mothers as they enter.
Candied strawberry rhubarb and date dartois
Chocolate-covered strawberries delivered to each woman as she is seated.
Spring Minestrone **
Seasonal greens with fresh strawberries, toasted hazel nuts, aged ricotta cheese with roasted-shallot vinaigrette.
Entrée: *(choose one)
*Prime Beef Tenderloin
Northwest prime cut beef from the Double R Ranch in Okanagan, slowly roasted to medium rare perfection and dressed with a savory merlot demi sauce, served over olive-oil and herb oven-roasted celeriac and seasonal vegetables.
Broiled Steelhead topped with sautéed capers, cherry tomatoes and lemons, set atop a chive-potato croquette and finished with nutty brown butter sauce. Served with seasonal vegetables.
Medley of mushrooms, mauliflower, mhard, and Beecher’s Flagship cheese in a savory custard, with a side of garlic-fried chick peas and crisp green beans, garnished with tomato confit.
High Frequency Molten Chocolate Cake with mint-infused Creme Fraiche and fresh strawberry compote
Moonlighting takes on a whole new meaning as the cast of Teatro ZinZanni serves up a feast and a “live” radio broadcast in _Radio Free Starlight _the all-new evening show playing at Teatro ZinZanni. Torch singer Duffy Bishop retakes center ring as Madame ZinZanni, owner of the tent and singing star for Radio KTZ. With her motley restaurant staff of clowns, she and comedian Joe De Paul broadcast nightly into the cosmos with some inter-galactic surprises. Directed by Norm Langill, _Radio Free Starlight _features hula-hoop champion and performance artist Mat Plendl, rolo bola and juggling acrobat Bernard Hazens, comic trapeze duo the Die Maiers, the yodeling dominatrix Manuela Horn, opera singer Juliana Rambaldi and newcomer aerialist Danielle Rueda-Watts.