SALAD FOR PRESIDENT PATIO DINNER

JOIN US FOR AN *ARTY GARDEN PARTY* ON THE PATIO with acclaimed artist turned author, Julia Sherman IN HONOR OF HER DEBUT COOKBOOK, SALAD FOR PRESIDENT. 

TUESDAY, MAY 30TH AT 7:00 PM

THREE COURSE PRIX FIXE MEAL FOR $45

EMAIL HERE TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION

 
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We will be taking A FEW of our favorite recipes and adding a Tallulah’s twist, FOR A THREE COURSE MEAL YOU ARE SURE TO REMEMBER

 

MENU DETAILS

 

FIRST

SHAVED ASPARAGUS CROSTINI

smoked chili romesco

 

SECOND

WILD GREEN & FLOWER SALAD

spring flowers, raab, mustard frill, charred ramp vinaigrette

 

THIRD

OLIVE CURED PORK LOIN

carlton farms pork loin, farro, fennel, chili salt

 

ROOT VEGETABLE CARPACCIO

tarragon and sumac

 

CRISPY ARTICHOKES

spring ramp chermoula

 

DESSERT

BERRIES AND COCONUT CREAM

cacao and chia crumble

 

EVENT DETAILS

 

WHEN:

Tuesday, May 30th at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

WHAT: 

We are offering a seasonally inspired prix fixe three course meal for $45. Drinks are not included in the prix fixe price. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions when making your reservation.

WHERE:

Seating will be communal on the patio. Larger groups can be seated together, please specify such requests with your reservation.

HOW:

Space is limited and reservations are required. Please email  SFP@TALLULAHSEATTLE.COM for reservations.

BONUS!:

 Copies of Salad for President will be available for purchase

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A salad is a composition. I am perfectly happy to see cars or clouds or salads as artworks. It’s what you do with them and how you contextualize them that matters.
— Laurie Anderson
 
 

Julia Sherman is an artist, photographer and the creative force behind Salad for President, a visually stunning collection of 75 unexpected salad recipes with contributions from other artists and creative professionals. Originally a blog, Salad for President became an online destination for foodies and creatives alike while also serving as a springboard for further collaborations. In 2014, Julia created the first ever MoMA PS1 Salad Garden, reimagining the NYC museum’s rooftop as a public space for vegetables, performances and dinners. In 2016, the second Salad Garden was installed at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. This year, Salad For President has gained attention from publications like the New York Times and was recently featured by Bon Appetit as one of the “11 Spring Cookbooks You’ll Actually Cook From”.