Celebrate Our 20th Aniversary In The New Year!
Happy New Year to you and yours! 2015 is a very special year us. It feels like it was just yesterday that the restaurant,now known as 315 Restaurant & Wine Bar opened its doors. But then I wouldn't know as I arrived a week later. With that said I feel like celebrating. No Really Celebrating! During the days leading up to Thursday, 5th of February we will be offering some spectacular specials to help commemorate the occasion. 2015 Just has A nice ring to it for me.
Health & Happiness Cheers,
Vincent Girardin Burgundy Wine Dinner
It is not to often you hear the words value and Burgundy in the same sentence. That is unless you were talking about the wines of Vincent Girardin. These wines have been featured on our wine list since its inception on all levels. From Village level all the way to Grand Cru these wines will always have a prominent place on our wine list.
Join us while we taste through four highly regarded villages paired with ultra classic French cuisine. Each dish has been chosen to bring you truly French experience any Burgundy lover will not want to miss.
See you there,
Buffalo Trace Whiskey Dinner
I have visited a lot of winery's in my travels over the years and I can honestly say that none of them have had as much of influence on me as my visit to the Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky. This massive operation distills its whiskey 24 hours a day 6 days a week and still cant keep up with the demand. Its most prestigious brand Pappy Van Winkle sells upwards of $2000 on the secondary market. In addition to two of the best whiskey values you will find on a shelf anywhere I have acquired two very rare offerings that if you have never tried them are sure to open your eyes to what great whiskey can taste like.
I have created a menu that brings you the flavors of the South prepared using the French technique you expect from 315. This will be our second annual event featuring this great American spirit that I personally found affection for while my collectable wines gain maturity.