Wednesday, January 24
@ Union Camp Collective
Vintage & Antique Shop – 1109 N West St, Raleigh, NC
6 pm – 9:30 pm
Experience a festive multi-course dinner celebrating NC winter seafood. The evening will feature a Carolina raw bar + bubbly, 5 course meal and wine pairings deluxe by Jeff Bramwell.
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$125 including wine parings & gratuity
MENU – subject to change based on seafood availability
Raw Bar featuring NC Oysters and Clams served w/
Pomegranate and Jalapeno Mignonette, SPREAD’s Pickled Horseradish Cocktail Sauce, Lemons and Tobasco
Seasoned Hickory Smoked NC Mullett Rillettes on Boulted Bread Nordic Rye
At The Table:
Korean Fried NC Oyster – Sunburst Farms Rainbow Trout Roe, Kewpie Marinated Green Cabbage Slaw
Ceviche Tiradito of NC Black Bass – Shaved Fennel, Belgian Endive, Grapefruit Supreme and Crispy Quinoa
Crudo of NC Swordfish – Lime Buttermilk Vinaigrette, Watermelon Radish, Honey Crisp, Lime Zest, Crystallized Ginger and Cilantro, Chive Oil
Sage and Thyme Brown Butter Roasted NC Monkfish – Whipped Turnips and Bourbon Bacon Jam
NC Bouillabaisse – Pan Roasted NC Tilefish, NC Shrimp and NC Littleneck Clams, Tomato, Fennel, Saffron Broth and Anson Mills Native Blue Corn Grits
Key Lime Pie – Put Up Blackberry Coulis and Soft Cream
Established in 2011, NC Catch, in partnership with the state’s local Catch groups, strengthens the North Carolina seafood economy through promotion and education.
SPREAD – Chef John Upsal
John Upsal, chef and owner of SPREAD, explores the rich diversity of our region’s ingredients. With access to so many wonderful resources, from the beautiful rainbow trout and artistic influences of the western region, to the rich beef, whole hog, and produce offerings of the Piedmont, to the bounty of the sea in our coastal regions, we truly do have it all! John’s mission is to create dishes that best showcase North Carolina’s resources and to serve those dishes with the renown hospitality of the South.
Locals Seafood Market & Oyster Bar
Locals Seafood provides inland food lovers access to our amazing coastal resources. From a fish fillet to a peck of oysters, you can trust your seafood is fresh, traceable and responsibly harvested by NC fishermen. Locals Seafood currently supplies top restaurants and farmers markets across the Triangle and will open a new Market & Oyster Bar Summer 2018 at Transfer Co. Food Hall in downtown Raleigh.