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Barley John’s New Years Eve Dinner

Make your reservations now for Barley John’s annual New Years Eve Dinner – 651-636-4670
$80 per person / 5-course dinner
Additional $40 for accompanying Wine/Beer pairing course

Course 1
Duck Confit Hash with maltese sauce on organic baby spinach
Lentil Croquettes with smoked tomato aioli & toasted almonds

Wine: Laurent-Perrier Brut    Beer: Duval Golden Ale

Course 2
Roasted Eggplant & Garlic Soup with herbed crostinis
Organic Greens Salad with pear vinaigrette, roasted fennel & red garnet chips

Wine: Bertani LeLave    Beer: Little Barley Bitter

Course 3
100% Grassfed Beef Tenderloin with herbed fingerling potatoes, rosemary balsamic syrup
Oregon Black Truffles & Abalone Mushrooms with Spaghetti Squash & a Cognac Cream Sauce
Grilled Organically Raised Salmon with sweet onions, roasted beets & tri-rice pilaf with a Pinot Noir sauce

Wine: Deloach Pinot Noir    Beer: Wild Brunette

Course 4
Assorted Cheese, Fruit & Relish Plate

Wine: Ferrari Carano Merlot    Beer: Belgian Dubbel

Course 5
Maple Pumpkin Cheesecake
Triple Chocolate Cheesecake
Dessert 3 TBD

Wine: Seghesio Sonoma Zinfandel      Beer: Rosie’s Old Ale or Dark Knight


  1. Eric says:

    An amazing menu with great beers in an intimate setting….I I wish had an extra $120 and hadn’t made plans for NYE!

  2. Ben says:

    Looks like a damn good meal. We stopped by for the Sunday night dinner a couple weeks back and it was delicious. Too bad I have other plans that night.

  3. ryan says:

    I’ve never had a bad meal at Barley John’s. I’ve said it before, but I believe that among the local brewpubs, they have the best food.

  4. Eric says:

    Better than the chili fries at Town Hall?!

  5. Ben says:

    I’m gonna have to agree that they have the best food of any of the brewpubs. I’d put Fitgers up there at #2 over Town Hall in #3.

  6. ryan says:

    Yeah, it’s not so much that anyone’s food isn’t good (or even great) – I’ve just been thoroughly impressed with John’s menu.

  7. Ben says:

    Very true. I can find something I like at all of them but finding something I love or something a bit outta the ordinary (like ostrich steak or something a little exotic) I make the journey to Barley John’s.

  8. lee says:

    so is the salmon grilled organically or raised in this manner?

  9. ryan says:

    The stainless steel in their grill is free-range and contains no hormones.

  10. Ben says:

    I would guess that the salmon is organically raised. As our their salads and lots of the other stuff they make.

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