George Martin's Strip Steak hosts dinners in February highlighting craft beers and bourbon.
The brews will flow Feb. 8, when the restaurant will offer a four-course dinner for $55 per person. Four Belgian brews will accompany a meal that includes poached pulled chicken with cabbage slaw, wild salmon in a pretzel crust with shaved asparagus and "mustard caramel," beef short rib with roasted root vegetables, and a Belgian chocolate cupcake with chocolate creme anglaise.
On Feb. 21, there will be a five-course Maker's Mark dinner. The cost is $85 per person. On the menu: hickory-smoked salmon and cabbage slaw, with a Maker's Mark whiskey sour; lamb chop with Yukon gold potato cake, with a bourbon-and-grapefruit cocktail; a "blonde stew" of chicken and vegetables with Innis & Gunn Scottish beer; filet mignon with a Maker's Mark 46 Manhattan; and bread pudding and ice cream with a vanilla Old Fashioned.
Both dinners start at 6:30 p.m. Reservations are required.
George Martin's Strip Steak, 60 River Rd., Great River; 631-650-6777.
George Martin's Strip Steak earned a two-and-a-half-star rating in 2011.