The White Truffle Highlighted at Exclusive Dream Dance Steak Event Jan. 14
MILWAUKEE – White truffles are a delicacy held in high regard throughout the world. Harvested almost exclusively from the Piedmont region in Italy, the truffle cannot be commercially grown, therefore limiting supply and driving up the cost upwards of $1,600 per pound. To celebrate the elusive tuber, Dream Dance Steak at Potawatomi Bingo Casino will host a special five-course White Truffle Dinner on Tuesday, Jan. 14.
Chef Matt Baier of Dream Dance Steak and his culinary team will treat guests to an exclusive menu where the white truffle is at the forefront of every dish, including dessert. The delicate earthy flavor of truffles will be showcased in dishes such as seared sea scallop with truffle mascarpone cous cous; truffle risotto served with poached egg and black pepper bacon; veal strip loin topped with freshly shaved truffles, porcini veal demi-glace and arugula pesto; and airy chocolate cake paired with roasted strawberries, pink peppercorns and white truffle ice cream.
“The white truffle is incredibly rare and therefore, high in demand,” said Chef Matt Baier. “I’m thrilled to have an opportunity to showcase the savory and complex flavors of the truffle. It’s an experience I know our guests will remember for years to come.”
Four of the five succulent courses will be paired with wine selected by Dream Dance Steak General Manager and Sommelier Bryan Schmidt.
Seating is limited. Doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner service at 6:30 p.m. The event is $150 per person, gratuity not included.
For more information about Dream Dance Steak’s White Truffle Dinner, or to make reservations, call (414) 847-7883 or visit www.paysbig.com/dining/dreamdancesteak.
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