L’Etoile fans take note!
The beloved and lamented French and Virginia-inspired restaurant, which closed its doors in 2014 after twenty years of service, is back. But, for two nights only. And, for just ten lucky guests each night.
Since closing, L’Etoile has continued as a catering business, operated out of Crozet. On November 18 and 19, the catering kitchen will host a pop-up reincarnation of L’Etoile Restaurant. The seven-course set menu will be a surprise for guests each night, with no substitutions, so leave your dietary restrictions at home. It will be a rare opportunity to leave yourselves completely in the hands of longtime L’Etoile chef and co-owner Mark Gresge. Guests can expect a few old favorites from the restaurant, plus new creations from Gresge and his sous chef for the night, Kelsey Naylor. “I miss the restaurant,” says Gresge, “and this is a way to reconnect with the roots of L’Etoile.”
Water and coffee will be served, while guests are welcome to bring their own wines. Details below. For tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Advance tickets required, and just ten tickets will be sold for each night!
- What: Pop-up L’Etoile Restaurant
- When: November 18 and 19, 2016, 6 pm
- Food: Seven Course Surprise Menu. No Substitutions.
- Drinks: Water and Coffee. BYOB.
- Where: L’Etoile Catering, 5857 Jarmans Gap Rd., Crozet, VA
- How Much: $60 per person, plus gratuity