Don’t let the winter blues get you down! The 41 in Camps Bay is offering Jazz on the Bay once a month through winter, giving guests a reason to celebrate in style whilst sipping on Accolade’s finest wines, enjoying a beachfront cuisine second to none.
Guest will be serenaded by the sounds of Dan Shout on the 12th of July, followed by Amy Campbell and her band on the 16th of August.
Master cuisine extraordinaire, Chef Aristotle, and international hospitality tycoon, Gilles Blanc, together present a winter set menu of five courses made with fresh local ingredients, paired perfectly with Mud House wine, cultivated in the cool climatic region of South Island, New Zealand. The unique soils and landscape brings intensity and precision of flavour. Flagstone Wines, another cultivator featured in the Jazz on the Bay series, are produced under the philosophy of ‘while vines need to be pruned, ideas must be left to grow wild’. Live Jazz performances by local jazz artists will set the evening’s ambience.
Enjoy a glass of Da Lucca Prosecco upon arrival. Guests will then be served Tuna Tartare, Lavash Bread with Herb Aioli paired with a glass of Free Run Sauvignon Blanc to welcome the palate, followed by the Butternut, Coriander and Coconut Soup paired with the Two Roads Chardonnay followed by the Calamari, Pesto and Potato nest paired smashingly with the Treaty Tree Sauvignon Blanc & Semillon blend and the Ostrich Ragu Thai Curry served with Beetroot Chips accompanied by the Mud House Pinot Noir. Finally wrapping up the evening with a decadent indulgence of Aphrodisiac Crème Brulee served with the new Bees Knees Sauvignon Blanc.
A fruitful amass of flavour celebrations for the discerning diner, this jazzy event on the Bay offers locals a reason to dress up and get out of the house. Bookings in advance are essential and can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Only the set menu will be available at the Jazz on the Bay monthly event evenings. For more information please visit the event page on Facebook.