Last night we had an even better Jacobs & Co experience than back in February — one for the ages. Our grand feast:
Benjamin Bridge 2011 Brut
14oz Canadian Prime Ribeye (from Hereford in Guelph)
4oz A5 Black Tajima California Cut Striploin (from Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan)
Duck fat french fried potatoes, sauteed rapini, foie gras
Dunn 2007 Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon
Bourbon caramel cheesecake with maple bacon and maple pecans
Grahams 20 year Tawny port
The steak was as good as last time (maybe better), the service was excellent, the cheesecake was killer, and even with corkage fees we paid hundreds less for our meal than last time because we brought our own kickass wine. Seriously, I’ve been hanging on to that Dunn for just such an occasion, and I have several others like it that I wouldn’t open for anything other than Jacobs-quality steak.
A la prochaine, Jacobs.
Cover photo from the Jacobs & Co. website