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Bar Manager Ryan Fussell and executive chef David McMillan have put together an extraordinary evening at Bird Café in Fort Worth on Monday, September 15 at 6:30. (Update, this dinner will be rescheduled, see note above.) Ryan, it seems, is a bit of a hoarder and has somehow amassed one of the greatest collections of Garrison Brothers bourbon vintages ever seen. He’ll be serving our Fall 2011 vintage in a cocktail called Fuss’ that includes Takubetsu jumai sake and flamed rosemary. With each course, he’s featuring the Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013 and Fall 2013 Garrison Brothers bourbon vintages.

Chef David McMillan, a California native, studied fine arts and sculpture at Boston University before a stay in Europe re-set him on a culinary course that has taken him to St. Augustine, Atlanta, Beverly Hills, Boston and Los Angeles as well as the wine country in France and California. Playing multiple roles, David has been chef, owner and caterer for top-rated restaurants, hotels, Hollywood celebrities and world dignitaries. His small plate menu is mouth-watering and I’m not going to even pretend to know what many of these ingredients are:

  • Calves tongue pastrami, house mustard, ementhaller & whiskey braised cabbage on rye
  • Nduja, pain perdue & braised apple
  • Kasu-cured black cod, daikon & roast shitake
  • Latteda chevre & muscat grape preserves
  • Treacle pie & crème fraiche

Garrison_DigitalAnd the food and drink is just half the adventure. The architecture is also overwhelming. The restaurant overlooking Sundance Square, is a looming space with 6,400 square feet indoors and 1,300 square feet of patio, is split between two levels in the renovated 1889 Land Title Building and newly built Commerce Building. In a release, Owner Shannon Wynne called the Land Title Building, “one of the very last of a building style that used to dominate downtown Fort Worth, representing the lavish and detailed Victorian architecture that Americans at the time emulated from Europe.”

Make Reservations Here

Reservations are $85 per person (gratuity included) and can be made by calling Bird Café at 817-332-2473. Only 40 guests will attend and it will sell out quickly. No matter where in Texas you reside, this dinner in Fort Worth will be worth the drive.

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