On Wednesday, August 22th, Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse is once again transforming itself into an indoor picnic, complete with Louisiana grass-fed beef from Gonsoulin Cattle Ranch, as well as for the first time, Louisiana Wagyu from Raines Farm.
A Little Background
The Gonsoulin Family has been raising cattle outside New Iberia since 1770. Their grass-fed beef is raised sustainably and without antibiotics or growth hormones. Mangham, Louisiana’s Raines Farm has the largest herd of Wagyu cattle in the state. Raines Farm cattle are humanely raised, vegetarian fed, as well as hormone and antibiotic free.
Chefs from Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse, Palace Café, Bourbon House and Tableau will expertly prepare various cuts of Louisiana beef to showcase their creativity. In true Dickie Brennan’s Steakhouse fashion, they will use local ingredients, adding depth of flavor to each slice. Of course, a Louisiana picnic would not be complete without libations. This year Glenfiddich Whisky is joining in the festivities and will be offering specialty cocktails and tastings. Craft beer from Urban South Brewery and Port Orleans Brewing Company will be served as well as wine from Wines of Substance and non-alcoholic drinks.
Tickets are $80 a person and include food, drink and gratuity. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank
What’s On The Menu
PASSED HORS D’OEUVRES
Bacon Wrapped Steak Poppers
BBQ Beef and Cornbread Biscuit
Braised Brisket with smoked onion and bacon BBQ sauce
Bone marrow beef shank pie with foie gras and fig preserves
Southeast Louisiana Meets South East Asia Grilled Short Ribs