Four-Course Easter Sunday Brunch at Petite Violette

Four-Course Easter Sunday Brunch at Petite Violette

Start planning now for our special Easter Sunday Brunch. Join us on Sunday, April 21, for a gourmet four-course meal, with everything but the bunny. Choose a soup, salad, premium entree, and dessert for just $44.95 per person. Kids have their own three-course menu with a fruit cup, entree, and ice cream sundae for just $9.95 per child.

Hot soup choices include hearty Split Pea and Ham or Bavarian Potato Soup, while fresh salad selections include Mushroom and Hearts of Palm Combination or Petite Violette Mixed Greens topped with almonds, tomato, sharp cheddar, bacon, avocado, and chipotle ranch dressing.

Featured gourmet entrees are: French favorite Coq Au Vin, pan-seared Snapper Provencal, holiday classic Roast Leg of Lamb, Cajun Shrimp and Grits, tenderloin Steak Frites, creamy Lobster Risotto, and Filet Mignon Forestiere (center-cut filet mignon topped with mushrooms and a bordelaise sauce). A starch and/or vegetable accompanies the entrees.

To top off Easter Brunch is a final course of delectable dessert options. They are: award-winning Chocolate Caramel Bread Pudding, classic Crème Brulée, Strawberries a la Romanoff, flourless “Chocolate Chocolate” Cake, and tangy, tart Key Lime Pie.

Seatings are available from 11:30am-4pm, and reservations are strongly suggested at 404-634-6268.

Dinner and Diva: Pirates of Penzance, April 16 & 19

Dinner and Diva: Pirates of Penzance, April 16 & 19

Join your friends for an evening of fabulous music and fine dining at our April Dinner and a Diva. You’ll hear highlights from Gilbert & Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, on Tuesday, April 16 or Friday, April 19. 

Performing for you are members of the Capitol City Opera Company: Robin Sewell as Mabel, Laurie Tossing as Ruth, Truman Griffin—who will be making his Dinner and a Diva debut—singing the role of Frederic, Ivan Segovia as the Pirate King, and Jonathan Spuhler as The Modern-General Stanley. They will be accompanied by the company's musical director, Catherine Giel.  

In addition to an evening of music, you'll enjoy a wonderful fixed-price, four-course dinner paired with wine, leaving you with an evening to remember.  Your dinner will include a sampling of premium hors d' oeuvres, fresh salad, choice of two gourmet entrees, decadent dessert, hot coffee/tea, and two glasses of fine wine, all for only $65 per person (tax included; gratuity separate). The performers sing between each course.

The Pirates of Penzance, or The Slave of Duty, official premiered at the Fifth Avenue Theater in New York City, on December 31, 1879, where the show was well-received by both audiences and critics. Its London debut was on April 3, 1880, at the Opera Comique, where it ran for 363 performances, having already been playing successfully for more than three months in New York. 

Pirates was the only Gilbert and Sullivan opera to have its official premiere in the U.S. At the time, U.S. law offered no copyright protection to foreigners. By opening the production themselves on Broadway, prior to the London production, they succeeded in keeping for themselves the direct profits of the first American production, and they also operated profitable US touring companies of Pirates and Pinafore. However they, and their producer, Richard D'Oyly Carte, failed in their efforts, over the next decade, to control the American performance copyrights to Pirates and their other operas. 

The evening is Sponsored by Bob and Karen Coleman.

Scratch Cuisine Food Truck Ready to Roll Out

Scratch Cuisine Food Truck Ready to Roll Out

With our annual health inspection complete (and earning a 100%)!, our Scratch Cuisine Food Truck is ready to roll to an event near you! We are excited to attend community gatherings, food festivals, and other events this Spring and Summer! And don’t forget, our Red Truck is available for all your Catering needs. Just contact us for menu options and pricing. Check our events page and Instagram often, for a schedule of events where you can find our rolling restaurant!

Dinner and a Diva Encore Performance Added

Dinner and a Diva Encore Performance Added

We've added a second date to our next Dinner and a Diva featuring highlights of Mozart’s Lucio Silla. We'll have an encore performance on Friday, March 22, after the Tuesday, March 19 showing (limited seats remain for this date). In addition to being musically transported to the opera hall for the evening, you will be treated to a four-course dinner that includes a sampling of premium hors d' oeuvres, fresh salad, choice of two gourmet entrees, decadent dessert, hot coffee/tea, and two glasses of fine wine, all for only $65 per person (tax included; gratuity separate). Dinner and a Diva evenings begin at 6:15p.m. with a cash bar and hors d'oeuvres reception; dinner and performance start promptly at 7p.m. The Capitol City Opera performers sing between each course. Reservations are required. Please call 404-634-6268.

Ultra-premium wines by the glass using the Coravin system

Ultra-premium wines by the glass using the Coravin system

We have always prided ourselves on our extensive fine wine selection. And now, we are featuring some ultra-premium wines by the glass using the Coravin system. Coravin uses proprietary patented technology to access and pour wine from a bottle without pulling the cork. Currently, we have 5-ounce pours of Newton Chardonnay from Napa, Ca., Puligny Montrachet from France, Caymus from Napa Valley, Ca., and Cakebread, from Napa Valley, Ca., available using this system. We will add wines to this list, so please inquire when you are dining with us, for the updated selections. 

New Orleans Food Festival Menu, Evenings February 22 - March 9

New Orleans Food Festival Menu, Evenings February 22 - March 9

We’re heating things up this Winter with a limited-time New Orleans Food Festival Menu. Served every evening, from 4:00 to 9:30 p.m., Friday, February 22 through Saturday, March 9, this special dining event offers a Cajun soup and several entrees featuring spices of the South, plus an award-winning New Orleans dessert to top the spicy off with some sweet. Prices Range from $8 to $26.

The New Orleans Food Festival Menu starts off with a Cajun Seafood Gumbo, thick with Andouille smoked sausage. Entrees on the menu include a Crawfish Étouffée, crawfish tails in a spicy seafood sauce over rice; Shrimp and Grits with Red-eye Gravy; Cajun Grilled Tuna topped with a Creole Meunière Sauce and served with Cajun Dirty Rice; and Chicken & Seafood Jambalaya studded with Andouille sausage, chicken, shrimp, and mussels. To top it all off, the menu offers an award-winning New Orleans Bread Pudding covered with a buttery whiskey sauce.