Need a date for New Year’s? Come meet some fellow singles at our first ever Singles Supper! Check out our aphrodisiac based menu and special RSVP instructions below…
Bruschetta With Goat Cheese, Shallots, Balsamic & Truffle Salt
Winter Root Vegetable Salad With Pickled Garlic & Toasted Pine Nuts
Quinoa With Roasted Asparagus & Toasted Almonds
Warm Chocolate Molten Cakes
Dinner will be served with selected wines
Please provide the following information when you RSVP:
- Interested In (Men, Women, Both)
- A little bit about yourself (Interests, random facts, etc.)
- Age and age preference
$40 Suggested Donation. Reserve your seat.
Information On Our Aphrodisiac Ingredients (Courtesy of GourmetSleuth.com):
Truffle Salt: The Greeks and the Romans considered the rare Truffle to be an aphrodisiac. The musky scent is said to stimulate and sensitize the skin to touch.
Carrots: Another good reason to eat carrots–believed to be a stimulant to the male. The phallus shaped carrot has been associated with stimulation since ancient times and was used by early Middle Eastern royalty to aid seduction.
Pine Nuts: Zinc is a key mineral necessary to maintain male potency and pine nuts are rich in zinc. Pine nuts have been used to stimulate the libido as far back as Medieval times.
Asparagus: Given it’s phallic shape, asparagus is frequently enjoyed as an aphrodisiac food. Feed your lover boiled or steamed spears for a sensuous experience. The Vegetarian Society suggests “eating asparagus for three days for the most powerful affect”.
Almonds: A symbol of fertility throughout the ages. The aroma is thought to induce passion in a female.
Chocolate: The Aztecs referred to chocolate “nourishment of the Gods”. Chocolate contains chemicals thought to effect neurotransmitters in the brain and a related substance to caffeine called theobromine. Chocolate contains more antioxidant (cancer preventing enzymes) than does red wine. The secret for passion is to combine the two.