A venture into modernist cuisine

Spain’s El Bulli Three-Michelin-Star restaurant re-defined modernist cuisine for a generation and was declared the World’s Number One restaurant – but although this uber famous restaurant influenced the world’s fanciest restaurants, it is now closed. The predominantly Spanish wine cellar has been sold for $2.8 million dollars…

BUT here in Pittsburgh we can sample a flavor of that influence, (admittedly with more substance and less chemistry) at notion restaurant with a combination of modernist cuisine and handpicked Spanish wines by Jack Brice brought together for only 24 people on only one night.

First Course 
Amuse-bouche – Chef’s selection

Codorniu Clasico Cava Brut NV

Second Course
Maine Crab (roasted onion bouillon)

Spanish Rueda Verdejo

Third Course
Beet (red onion, cranberry, egg, manchego)

Grupo Bodegas Ondarre Rioja Reserva 2006

Fourth Course
Rib Eye (onion, mushroom, cress)

Bodegas Ontanon Rioja Gran Reserva 2001

Fifth Course
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