Dinner and Movie at Cynthia’s Bistro Celebrates Mushrooms

Posted February 5, 2019 at 5:30 am by

Join­ing togeth­er once again Cyn­thi­a’s Bistro at 65 Nichols Street and Fri­day Har­bor Film Festival…

Please join us on Thurs­day, Feb­ru­ary 7 at 5:00 pm for an evening of an infor­ma­tive movie from the archives of Fri­day Har­bor Film Fes­ti­val and a cre­ative din­ner by Cyn­thi­a’s com­pli­ment­ing the film. As you learn about the mag­ic of Fun­gi, you will be served a great assort­ment of mush­room specialties. 

The Movie: The King­dom: How Fun­gi Made Our World, Direc­tor: Anna­maria Talas, Best Film Award, 2018 SCINEMA Inter­na­tion­al Sci­ence Film Festival.

Since the dawn of life, fun­gi have been at the very heart of land-based evo­lu­tion.  Nei­ther plants nor ani­mals, fun­gi are a king­dom in their own right.  Their spore-based life form lit­er­al­ly ate rocks to kick-start our planet’s ecol­o­gy, and fun­gi con­tin­ue to play a sig­nif­i­cant role in every breath we take.

Din­ner: Have a glass of wine or alter­nate bev­er­age to start while you enjoy the following…

tasty mushroom - Contributed photo

Appe­tiz­er of Mush­room & Tar­ragon Cream Bruschetta
Cru­dites  Assortment
Choose from — Please give us your choice when you RSVP
     Chick­en Marsala with Mushrooms
     Steak with Sauteed Mush­rooms & Onions
     Veg­e­tar­i­an Stuffed Porta­bel­lo Mushrooms 
     (veg­an if ordered prior)
Served with sides to com­pli­ment the entree
Dessert  — Choco­late Truf­fles (of Course)
Addi­tion­al Wine or Bev­er­ages avail­able upon request for an added charge. 

$60 per per­son includes the fol­low­ing — (gra­tu­ity inclusive)

RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW  — LIMITED SEATING. 
Call — 360–317-7178 or email — cynthiasofcourse@gmail.com

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Categories: Dining, Entertainment, Nature

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