March 16: St Patrick’s Celebration and Dinner: Get your green on and join the hooley at Beechwood Inn on March 16, whether you’re Irish for the day or Irish all the way. We’re dishing up some green wine and green cheese and some other traditional fare to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
March 16: St Patrick’s Celebration and Dinner
Fine Dining in North Georgia at Beechwood Inn: Beechwood Inn offers fine dining in North Georgia almost every Saturday featuring Chef’s Tasting Dinners paired to fine wines. Each menu is pre-selected by our chefs based on what is seasonal and available that day. Most of our seasonal foods are organic and natural, many from sustainable North Georgia farms, orchards, dairies and vineyards. Due to the special nature of our foods advance reservations are needed. Cooking classes and farm tours can be arranged. The Inn features Northeast Georgia’s only Wine Spectator Award of Excellence wine list.
March 16, St Patrick’s Eve Dinner: Get your green on and join the hooley at Beechwood Inn on March 16, whether you’re Irish for the day or Irish all the way. We’re dishing up some green wine and green cheese and some other traditional fare to celebrate St Patrick’s Day. Dinner and one glass each of the selected wines are $89.00 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
Aperitif: Derby Sage Cheese and Soda Bread
Vino Verde (Green Wine)
Appetizer: Irish Lager and Dubliner Cheese-Bechamel Soup with Truffled Challah Croutons and 20 Year Old Balsamic Vinegar
2001 Anciano Tempranillo Gran Reserva, Rioja (90 W.E.)
Salad: Irish Pub Salad
Entrée: Confit of Painted Hills All Natural Boneless Beef Short Ribs with Red Wine Au Jus
and Cauliflower Mash
Roasted Spring Vegetables
2009 Apaltagua Envero Gran Reserva Carmenere, Colchagua Valley, Chile
Dessert: Gayle’s Bread Pudding with Jameson Apple Chutney, Caramel Shards and Crème Anglaise
Fresh Brewed Coffee and Herb Teas
At Beechwood Inn we have an appreciation for our history, the region and traditional foodways. Food is needed by everyone, everywhere, every day. We believe that making shopping decisions that favor sustainable and local food sources, especially organic sources, benefits health, improves the local economy and is ecologically sound. We are proud of our local farmers and ranchers; their names dot our menus paying homage to those who have done the work to get such delicious ingredients through the kitchen door. Once through that door, respect and care for the ingredients play as important a role as the preparation of them. The goal of our chefs is to make as much of what is used from scratch as possible – we think that is what makes cuisine authentic. We trust you will appreciate our care and devotion to freshness.
St Patrick’s Day Celebration in the North Georgia Mountains