HOUSTON (KTRK) --Make sure you set aside a purple outfit and get ready to party like it's 1999. A local restaurant is paying tribute to legendary musician Prince with a dinner and party.
It's been one year since the late multi-award winning singer and songwriter was found dead in an elevator at his Paisley Park home. His death on April 21, 2016, sent shock waves across the world.
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Executive chef and owner of Lucille's Restaurant Chris Williams is a big fan of Prince, and he honored him with a special 7-course dinner on April 19.
"Because Prince loved the number 7 and was a vegan, Chef Chris has put together this 7-Course Pescatarian Wine Dinner (with some vegan options)," the event states.
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Williams is partnering with Iris Allen of Urban Wineauxs for the wine pairings. A DJ will also be there to play all Prince songs.
The menu included:
- Seared tuna, micro cilantro, watermelon radish, crispy shallots and serrano vinaigrette
- Warm farro salad, collard green kimchi purée, pickled onions and tomatoes, house made cashew cheese and garnishing herbs
- Butternut squash, spiced soy yogurt, cilantro purée and roasted pumpkin seeds
- Curried tofu and tempeh, seared baby eggplant, okra and tomatoes
Pan roasted bronzino, miso marinated mushroom, purple asparagus, dandelion pistachio pistou
- Zinfandel pasta, little neck clams, rapini, Parmesan, aleppo pepper
- Boysenberry panna cotta, house-made coconut granola, raspberry gems, gold flakes
The restaurant is also hosting a party today on the outdoor patio with a live cover band, along with a pescatarian and vegan dish buffet. You can find information about the two events on the Lucille's Restaurant Facebook page.
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