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Press Release – Moscow Festival Ballet Theatre Dinner at Bravo!

January 18, 2012

From a Bravo! Restaurant email….

Moscow Festival Ballet Theatre Dinner January 22, 2012
Please join us after the 2:00 performance for a special three course dinner featuring classic Russian fare.
Menu
1st Course Selections
Pirozkhi (fried dough with filling): Savory braised short rib pie

White Fish Caviar with Buckwheat Blinis (small pancakes)
and sour cream

Zakuski: A small taste of cured meat & fish
with house pickled vegetables

2nd Course Selections
Salad Romanoff with poached chicken, peas, potatoes, eggs and
roasted red peppers topped with sour cream dill dressing

Grilled eggplant & tomato salad with feta cheese and fresh mint

Cured Salmon Gravlax (Russian Lox) with vodka dill and cucumbers

3rd Course Selections
Kulebiaka Salmon (a splendid temptation) with slow cooked onions
and vegetables wrapped in pastry

Chicken Kiev: Herb butter stuffed in a breaded chicken breast
served with caramelized wild rice and fig & pear chutney

Veal Pojarski (a favorite of Nicholas): Ground veal and cream
with caramelized onions

A Menu fit for a Czar! $35.00 per person

Moscow Festival Ballet Performing at Miller Auditorium
In 1989 Sergei Radchenko, a principal dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet, realized his dream by combining the classical elements of the Bolshoi and the Kirov ballet companies into a new company of his own. In classic Russian ballet style, this company performs a fantasy fairytale highlighting four ballets: Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and Giselle.

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