Horizon’s Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day With Vegan Dishes and Beer

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Richard Landau, the chef and owner of Horizons, which still is the only all vegan restaurant to cook at the James Beard House, believes there’s more to St. Patrick’s than simply corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes and cheap green beer. And to prove it, he’s serving a special Irish themed tasting menu tonight through Thursday. The $45 five-course prix fixe meal features vegan dishes inspired by Emerald Island and its native cuisines. For an additional $20, Landau and his staff will pair a different beer with each course.

Horizons Emerald Isle Tasting Menu:

Coal Roasted Leek and Salsify Puree, braised barley and pickled rutabaga.
Righteous Rye Pale Ale, Sixpoint, Brooklyn, NY

Emerald Salad, baby farm leaves and herbs, capers, cucumbers, english peas, smoked tofu, brown bread croutons & walnut-onion dressing
Ballast Point Big Eye IPA, San Diego, CA

Variation on Colcannon, beer battered potato-turnip fritters, wilted kales and cabbages, smoked grain mustard sauce.
Kelpie Seaweed Ale, Heather Brewing, Scotland

Seitan, Porcini & Ale Pie, roots and branches, truffled celery root crust.
Satin Solstice Imperial Stout, Central Waters, WI

Sticky Toffee Pudding, vanilla bean ice cream, salted brown caramel.
Housemade Jameson Irish Coffee

Horizon’s Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day With Vegan Dishes and Beer