Gold Class Cinema offers special vampire menu
I’m not even going to pretend that I have anything resembling positive feelings towards the “Twilight” series of books and films, because I don’t, but I AM impressed by the special “New Moon Menu” debuting November 20 at midnight at Gold Class Cinemas, the upscale theater with a Redmond Town Center location, that offers a bar and a lounge in addition to a full menu delivered by a patron’s own personal server to the fully reclining armchair from which they’re watching a movie on a super-wide digital screen. It’s quite a lavish way to watch a film, definitely a big change from the cineplex. Gold Class’s full bar and kitchen gives them the opportunity to customize the movie experience based on the movie, which they’ve done to delicious effect for New Moon.
The “New Moon” menu pays a culinary tribute to the story’s themes with “Vegetarian” Stakes, a/k/a picatta seared chicken satay over parmesan risotto and sauteed spinach (I’m not quite sure how chicken gets to be vegetarian, but, boy, does this sound tasty to me); Lion’s Love, which is paprika seared lamb chops with roasted vegetable cous cous; and Bella’s birthday cake which is red velvet cake with sour cream frosting and dark chocolate sauce.
The cocktail menu is appealing, too: Bella’s Papercut combines Absolut Mandarin, Cointreau, and Grenadine. Edward’s Cold Touch is concocted with blueberry Stoli, Poma, Sprite and Blue Curacao. Jacob’s Warmth heats things up with Clover coffee with Bailey’s, Rumpleminze, and whipped cream.
If you’re a Twilight fan, you’re probably already delirious with excitement about New Moon and really don’t need any encouragement to go see it, but why not go see it in style?