You won’t want to miss our next chef series dinner event! On March 10th, 2018, join Jacksons Executive Chef Scott Croyle as he presents a 5-course dinner with whiskey cocktail pairings and Irish-inspired fare from Liberty Pole Spirits from Mingo Creek Distillery.
Chef Scott will prepare dishes tableside for an interactive experience with guests. A whiskey specialist from Mingo Creek Distillery will be on-site mixing whiskey cocktails to compliment and enrich the flavors present in each dish.
$75 per person plus tax & gratuity. Reservations required: 724-743-5005.
Irish Coddle Soup with smoked sausage, bacon, cabbage and potatoes.
Cocktail Pairing: The Liberty Pole Emerald
Dublin Lawyer featuring shrimp and lobster sauteed table side in a heavy whiskey cream and served in a puff pastry.
Cocktail pairing: Rock and Rye
Corned beef and apple hash over a potato pancake
Cocktail Pairing: William McClure’s Apple
Porter beef with colcannon. Filet mignon medallions sautéed with button mushrooms, pearl onions and porter gravy.
Cocktail pairing: Merciful Heaven
A Liberty Pole bourbon cream Guinness float
Q&A with Executive Chef Scott Croyle
What is your favorite part of hosting Jacksons’ pairing dinners?
As a chef, you don’t always get to interact with diners. My favorite part of the pairing dinners is being able to educate guests and engage with them outside of the kitchen. I love to prepare food table side and really give them an experience to remember.
What do you want guests take away from their experience?
My goal is to help people better understand their personal tastes. By really tuning in to the flavors of the food and the drink pairings, guests can learn more about what they like, and why they like it.
When is the next dinner?
Our next dinner will take place on March 10th at 6pm. It’s an Irish-inspired 5-course meal paired with whiskey cocktail by Liberty Pole Distillery.
What should we expect to see on the next pairing menu?
Our next menu includes Irish-inspired dishes paired with cocktails featuring local whiskey by Liberty Pole Spirits, which is mashed, distilled, and bottled in Washington, PA, home of the Whiskey Rebellion.