Previous dinners at Hearth can be seen here and here.

Chilled asparagus soup, chervil, peekytoe crab, croutons.

2006 Moschofilero, Mantinia, Tselepos, Greece

Quail, slow poached quail egg, tomato confit, Portuguese chantrelles, zucchini, balsamic gastrique.

Fava bean ricotta tortelli, Gulf shrimp, fava beans, tarragon, white asparagus, lemon.

2003 Beui Ri Bre, Bierzo Alto, Leon, Spain

Sturgeon, Rancho Gordo beans, bacon, sage.

Poached organic chicken, chicken confit, Swiss chard, black truffle, hen of the woods mushrooms.

Chocolate panna cotta, wild strawberries.

Persian lime tart, whipped cream, candied limes, pistachio crumble.

Hearth is located at 403 East 12th Street (1st Avenue) in the East Village.


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