Red Owl Tavern, near Independence Hall in Old City, is launching a new dinner series for adventurous eaters looking to try global flavors.
The series, called Passport to the World, will kick off with a Viking dinner on Wednesday, March 18. Guests will be given a drinking horn, which they can take home as a souvenir, and a hearty meal filled with meats and veggies.
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There will be whole animal charcuterie, rustic bread, roasted spring vegetables and charred turnips and cabbage, roasted bone marrow, house-made sausage, bone-in prime rib roast and whole turkey legs.
To drink, there will be “Viking’s blood,” a mead from Denmark and a fat-washed whiskey cocktail.
Tickets for the intimate Eat Like A Viking dinner are $81 per person. The evening will begin with a reception from 6:30 to 7 p.m., followed by dinner in Red Owl Tavern’s Shanghai Room from 7 to 9 p.m.
Other upcoming Passport to the World dinners include Coastal Italian, Exploring the Iberian Peninsula, Exploring Northern Africa and Old American Recipes.
Wednesday, March 18
6:30-9 p.m. | $81 per person
Red Owl Tavern
433 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19106