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Ring in the New Year at The Living Room

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The Living Room Restaurant  at c/o The Maidstone will celebrate New Year’s Eve Monday, December 31st with an early evening a la carte dinner from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. and a $125 four-course prix fixe dinner beginning at 9 p.m.  The menu for the second seating, which includes a glass of champagne, is as follows:


First course


Choice of one


Duck liver and cognac paté with pickled vegetables and mustard sauce


Howard Pickerell’s Peconic Pride oysters with champagne mignonette and caviar


Juniper cured beef tenderloin with chanterelles and cauliflower purée


Pickled pumpkin salad with chevre and roasted walnuts


Second course


Choice of one


Seared Hudson Valley foie gras with Vidalia onion marmalade, apple balsamic and toasted brioche


Lobster bisque with crème fraiche and lobster


Wild mushrooms with a brandy cream on tasted brioche


Peconic Bay scallops with kabocha squash puree and chive beurre blanc


Third course


Choice of one


Smoked beef short rib, apple salad, Vasterbotten potato purée and peppery cranberry red wine sauce


Venison loin grilled with braised red cabbage, candied sweet potatoes and port wine sauce


Muscovy duck breast with parsnip purée, brussel sprout leaves and lingonberry demi-glaze


Monkfish with a lemon glaze, roast baby root vegetables and tournad potatoes


Roasted rack of lamb with a basil infused crust, ratatouille and potato pureé


Local halibut with confit fingerling potatoes, pickled carrot pureé and dill mustard béarnaise


Swedish bouillabaisse with mussels, shrimp, squid, halibut in saffron tomato broth


Dessert course


Choice of one


Sticky toffee date cake w/ Elderberry flower frozen yogurt


Mormor’s cookie plate selection


Chocolate “fika paus” cake with cardamom chocolate sauce


Apple cranberry crisp with cinnamon streusel and maple walnut ice cream


Swedish Christmas ginger cake with lingonberry and mascarpone mousse

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