Astoria, Restaurants Feb 25, 2015 Astor Bake Shop Hosts Guest Chef Dinners Announcing the first Astor Bake Shop guest chef dinner with Chef James Canora from Delmonico’s Steak in NYC Share this Scoop by Judith Rich total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Announcing the first Astor Bake Shop guest chef dinner with Chef James Canora from Delmonico’s Steak in NYC by Judith Rich Share this Scoop total shares! Twitter Facebook Email Print Related scoops Steak and Scotch Dinner Series Starts Tonight at Christos The New Sanfords: More Than Just a Diner We Heart S Prime Steakhouse We recently learned of delicious news by way of Astor Bake Shop, which brings some exciting culinary prowess to the neighborhood. Starting next month, they’ll be rolling out a guest chef dinner series with acclaimed culinary talent from the neighboring area and beyond. The first guest chef dinner takes place on March 22nd and features Delmonico’s Steakhouse Chef, James Canora. For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure to try Delmonico’s which stands as one of the oldest running restaurants in NYC, you’re in for a treat. Delmonico’s is where quintessential foods such as eggs Benedict and Delmonico steak were born! Here are the details: Astor Bake Shop Guest Chef Series, featuring Chef James Canora of Delmonico’s Steak March 22nd: 2 seatings: 6 p.m., 8 p.m. Sample Menu: Wine: Start off with a complementary glass of house red or white wine. In addition we will be offering a specially selected choice of wines by the glass or bottle to complement your dinner. 1st Course: Lobster Newburg bisque with bay scallops, tiny shrimp & paddlefish roe, brioche toast batons & tarragon crème fraiche 2nd Course: Crisp Maryland crab cake with grilled fruit relish, alligator pear mousse & cilantro lime aioli Main Course: Black angus grass-fed Delmonico Steak with classic creamed spinach & three potato gratin, Delmonico steak sauce on the side For the table: Horseradish croquettes & grilled asparagus (or caramelized brussels sprouts) Dessert Course: Warm almond financier with caramel & chocolate sauces, almond brittle & gelato 4 Course pre- fixe menu $75 exclusive of beverage, tax & tip Astor Bake Shop – 12-23 Astoria Blvd, Astoria. 718.606-8439 Twitter Facebook Email Print astor bake shopguest chefsteak Related scoops Steak and Scotch Dinner Series Starts Tonight at Christos The New Sanfords: More Than Just a Diner We Heart S Prime Steakhouse 2 Comments Isabel February 27th, 2015 There’s no info on how to book. I assume you need to book ahead and possibly pre-pay. I will check in with Astor Bake Shop as well. Reply judith February 27th, 2015 You have to call Astor Bake Shop directly – enjoy! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.