Enjoy Beaujolais Nouveau and Live French Music with Jazz Musicians at
St. Honoré NW Thurman Location
5:00-8:30pm Thursday, November 15, 2012
Sip on a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau, and taste our Paté and Cheese Plate to celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau
Travel to the French countryside by way of St. Honoré Boulangerie to sip the first vintage of the 2012 Beaujolais Nouveau harvest. Visit the NW Thurman St. bakery on Thursday, Nov. 15th to enjoy a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau 2012 and a plate of Rillette de Porc, St. Honoré’s original pork paté, served on slices of Miche Banal™, with Toasted Goat Cheese-Rosemary Bruchetta.
The Miche Banal™ is a hearty whole wheat bread that is handcrafted with Shepherd’s Grain bread produced by an alliance of Pacific Northwest farms committed to sustainability. The cheese and paté plate served with a glass of Beaujolais Nouveau is $9.95. We will also be sampling our special holiday treats.
This French tradition takes place the third week in November when the shipments of wine are distributed around the globe. At St. Honoré, the celebration will also include live French music with vocalist Heather Keizer.
Heather Keizur, a jazz vocalist who sings in both English and French, is emerging as one of the most unique and gifted singers on the Northwest Jazz scene. Heather recorded her first full length CD in August of 2010 Her beautiful voice is joined on this romantic album by some world class players: Steve Christofferson on piano and melodica, David K Mathews on piano, Michael Zisman on bass and mandolin, Akira Tana on drums, Joe Cohen on sax, Jeremy Cohen on violin, Philip Santos on violin, Keith Lawrence on viola, and Joseph Hebert on cello. Copies of her new CD will be on hand for guests to purchase and have signed.