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Dinner at Le Central

Le Central has a wonderful variety of authentic French cuisine, served up in a quaint atmosphere. They are having a Tour de Goose for the entire month of December. I know what I’m getting!

Every week, this very traditional, all natural goose will be stewed, confit, roasted and stuffed in a unique manner following the culinary traditions of France.
Each $27.95 (does not include tax, tip, or drink) goose dinner will include:

La Soupe et La Salade
(Choice of)
Swiss Cheese Gratineed Soupe a l’Oignon
Salade Perigourdine
Mesclun salad tossed with house pates, brioche croutons and roasted chestnuts, in walnut vinaigrette

La Plat Principal
On Dec. 11th, the goose of the week will be:
Olive oil and herb rubbed roasted goose with a tart cherry and wild rice stuffing
drizzled with a sweet balsamic reduction
Served with Pommes Lyonnaise, potatoes sauteed in goose fat with onions, garlic, and parsley

Le Dessert
La Buche de Noel
(Traditional French Yule Cake)

You can also order from their regular menu instead. They have vegetarian options or can make your meal gluten-free for those interested. We have to keep this event to 12 people so that we can have separate checks, and so that I don’t have to pay a large group deposit up front.

I’m sure this will have a wait list. Please only sign up if you’re positive you will attend, not just to hold a spot. If you cancel the day of the event, that counts as a No-Show, and you only get 4 of those before you’ll be removed from the group.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I was on the waitlist . . . am I in?

    December 7, 2012

  • Jennifer Z

    For those on the wait list, I've had a few people ask me to move them in when they got an email that said there was a spot, so let me explain how it works. I have the wait list set up so that the first person to respond gets the spot, so that only people who are sure they can still go will move themselves into a spot. When you get an email that says a spot has opened up, you need to go in and physically update your own RSVP status. If you want to bring a guest, then there need to be two spots open at the same time for you to get both of you on. The other option for wait listing is to automatically have people move up in the order they RSVPed. I did it that way for the first dinner and it created confusion, cause people were moved to the attending list even though they had changed their mind. How will you know which kind of wait list it is? Read the email. It will either say something like "first person to respond gets the spot" or it will say "you are confirmed for ___ event".

    December 4, 2012

  • Dru W.

    Quel bon idée !!! I've never had a bad meal at Le Central -- which is saying something as I try to order in French -- and don't always know what I'll get.

    1 · November 29, 2012

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