CARNEVINO ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE, WESTLAND DISTILLERY, LA PALINA CIGARS UNITE FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE DINNER THIS FRIDAY, JULY 13

This Friday, July 13, Carnevino Italian Steakhouse at The Palazzo will present a first-ever Cigar/ Whiskey Dinner in partnership with Westland Distillery and La Palina Cigars. The event will begin at 7 p.m.

For $135 per person, plus tax and gratuity, guests will indulge in Carnevino’s award-winning cuisine prepared by Chef Arnold Corpuz, accompanied by award-winning Westland Distillery whiskey pairings presented by Sales Manager Matt Freerks. To add an uncommonly smooth, elegant dimension to this dinner, La Palina will add its artisan cigars to each course, with guests receiving two of each cigar: one to smoke during dinner and one to take home. Sam Phillips, president, La Palina will be on hand to answer questions and discuss the manufacturing and blending process. The evening’s menu and pairings will be as follows:

First Course

  • The drink:
    • Westland American Oak Cocktail blended with Westland’s flagship American Single Malt Whiskey
  • The dish:
    • Summer Corn and Parmigiano Sformato
  • The cigar:
    • Mr. Sam (rated 92)

Second Course

  • The drink:
    • Westland Sherry Wood American Single Malt Whiskey aged in the finest-quality Spanish sherry casks
  • The dish:
    • Coppa with Prime Growers’ arugula and nectarines
  • The cigar:
    • El Diario KB (rated 93)

Third Course

  • The drink;
    • Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey utilizing Scottish peated barley
  • The dish:
    • Dry-aged Tortelloni in Brodo
  • The cigar:
    • Number series #2

Fourth Course

  • The drink:
    • Surprise whiskey selected by Master Distiller Matthew Hofmann
  • The dish:
    • Juniper-rubbed Beef Belly with Smoked Potato and Chicories
  • The cigar:
    • Goldie “Homage”: As one of the most sought-after cigars by collectors, Goldie is a rare find and for this one-night-only event, it will be specially rolled at a size it has never been before. Furthermore, it’s being called “homage” as it pays tribute to relationships and friendships.  

Click here make reservations for this extraordinary event. Limited seats are available.

 

ABOUT CARNEVINO ITALIAN STEAKHOUSE
Carnevino Italian Steakhouse at The Palazzo (“carne” indicating the highest quality steaks and “vino” for extraordinary wines) is a celebration of the classic steakhouse presented in signature Italian style. The finest beef, superior ingredients and world-renowned wine list make award-winning Carnevino the premiere destination for steak lovers. All steaks are dry-aged in Las Vegas then rubbed with sea salt, black pepper and fresh rosemary to achieve otherworldly tenderness and flavor. Furthermore, porterhouses and ribeyes are aged a minimum of 90 to 120 days, well beyond industry standards. Carnevino also offers organic veal, Colorado lamb, Heritage Foods pork, handmade pastas, classic antipasti and side dishes inspired by the street food of Naples. For more information, like on Facebook or follow on Twitter and Instagram (@Carnevino). .

ABOUT WESTLAND DISTILLERY
Westland Distillery, located in the heart of Seattle, encompasses 13,000 square feet housing two custom-designed pot stills dedicated to crafting distinctly Northwest-inspired varieties of American Single Malt Whiskey. Master Distiller Matthew Hoffman honors tradition by combining the Old-World ingredients of barley, water, yeast and oak, while making whiskeys that reflect Westland’s contemporary Pacific Northwest terroir. Working with historic single malt whiskey elements such as Sherry casks and peated malt, Westland works with local farmers, maltsters and academics to introduce new strains of barley to whiskey. Using a native variety of white oak, harvesting local peat and blending its spirits to ideas instead of product specifications, Westland’s whiskeys reflect the flavors and culture of the region. For more information on tours, tastings and purchasing Westland Distillery’s whiskeys, like on Facebook or follow on Twitter and Instagram (@WestlandWhiskey).

ABOUT LA PALINA CIGARS
The story of La Palina Cigars began in the late 1800s, when Samuel Paley emigrated from the Ukraine to Chicago. Hired by a cigar factory to work as a lector—someone who read novels, magazines and newspapers to cigar rollers in the gallery—Paley’s interest in tobacco grew. In 1896, he opened his own cigar shop and factory, whose first product was La Palina, in honor of his wife. While that shop closed upon Paley’s death in 1926, his grandson Bill Paley inherited his family’s love of the finest things in life and sought to create a cigar emblematic of the original La Palina. Today, La Palina handmade cigars represent a marriage of the finest tobacco leaves blended by master artisans, rolled in tradition with unwavering quality and care. La Palina blends are smooth, well-rounded and elegant. Known for an easy draw, even burn and flawless construction, the La Palina offers an unforgettable experience. For more information, like on Facebook or follow on Twitter and Instagram (@LaPalinaCigar).

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