Thursday, September 20, 2012

Join Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar for a Bourbon Heritage Month Inspired Dinner

Friday, September 28, 2012 from 5 PM - 10 PM
Austin, Texas

Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar
The Domain Phase 1
3401 Esperanza Crossing, Suite #104
Austin, Texas
Celebrate official Bourbon Heritage Month as Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar host an Exclusive Bourbon Dinner on Friday, September 28. Join Adam Harris, Jim Beam Distillery Specialist and Chef David Griffin for a special three-course dinner paired with Bourbon cocktails.
The dinner will start with a spinach salad with Bourbon balsamic vinaigrette served with a French 95 (Bourbon, simple syrup, fresh lemon, champagne). The entrée will feature a Bourbon-glazed London broil served with mashed potatoes and old fashioned green beans. This will be paired with an original Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar concoction The Ticket (Maker's Mark, St. Germaine, Pama liquor, absinth lined glass, quarter orange, bash Angustora bitter, flamed orange). The meal concludes with a warm Cake Ball bread pudding served with another original creation, The Apple Snuggie (Bourbon, honey, cinnamon simple syrup, apple sauce, cloves).
TICKETS: $35 per person; reservation is required – please contact Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar at (512) 215-3633nd.
About Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar
Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar is a small plates restaurant and dessert lounge that serves contemporary American cuisine spiced with local influences. It is located in The Domain at 3401 Esperanza Crossing, Suite #104 and is open Monday through Thursday from 11am-10pm with happy hour from 4-7pm, Friday & Saturday from 11am-11pm with happy hour from 4-7pm and Sunday from 12pm-7pm with happy hour all day. For more information about Austin Cake Ball Kitchen & Bar, please call (512) 215-3633end_of_the_skype_highlighting, or visit
Austin Cake Ball was founded in 2008 by Stacey Bridges and Ben May and has grown to be the largest cake ball bakeshop in the United States. The bakery is located at 5310 Burnet Road in Austin.

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