Josephine House taps top Chicago talent for raucous, boozy dinner
On January 25, Clarksville darling Josephine House plays host to some of Chicago's top talent for a dinner billed as raucous and boozy. Chef Hunter Moore, of Parson's Chicken & Fish, and Chad Hauge, beverage director of Longman & Eagle (both from Chicago restaurant group Land and Sea Dept.), will craft a multicourse experience with Texas roots.
The four-course meal ($55) will feature a crudo of Gulf red snapper, heirloom tomatoes and cauliflower three ways, Peach Creek Farm pork belly, and sweet potato rum cake. Hauge's beverage pairings (available for an additional $25) promise to complement the dinner with a Texas twist.