Peat smoked shrimp, Shepherd’s Pie with veal, Penne Pasta with Stilton cheese in the sauce, Flourless chocolate tart with raspberry sauce and Frangelica whipped cream?
Foods of our Catholic childhoods – tuna casserole and fish sticks – NOT!
Chef Alan Lake, and the folks at Chief O’Neill’s “four forks” pub and restaurant, created a special pre fixe dinner-theater menu for our Spring Showcase of Songs Of a Catholic Childhood.
Read more about Chef Alan Lake http://irishpubsglobal.wordpress.com/2012/03/15/new-take-on-classic-irish-fare/
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“Jamie and Michael bring us to our lives:
to cherish what is simple, know what is lost,
and remember the best of times.”
Read more about the show
Jamie O’Reilly & Michael Smith
Songs of a Catholic Childhood
Thursday, April 19, 7 pm
Sunday, April 22, two shows 4 PM, 7 pm
Thursday, April 26 at 7 pm
Chief O’Neill’s Pub and Restaurant
3471 N. Elston Ave
Music Cover $20
Special Dinner Package $25 (see menu online)
Reservations Required PH 773.583.3066
NOTE FROM JAMIE
Just three more weeks! We are so excited about our new show. The full information about the dinner-theater menu for our Spring Showcase at Chief O’Neill’s follows below.
Easter morning at 11 am, Michael and Jamie will appear live on WNUR’s The Folk Show with Host Sue Kessell. Listen for our radio ads on The Midnight Special, WFMT 98.7 FM, wfmt.com, Saturday, March 31 9 pm – midnight.
DINING & MORE ABOUT THE EVENING
CHIEF O’NEILL’S PUB AND RESTAURANT ANNOUNCES SPECIAL PRE-FIXE “HAUTE HIBERNIAN” MENU FOR SMITH/O’REILLY SPRING SHOWCASE PERFORMANCES APRIL 19, 22 & 26 (2 shows Sunday)
Dinner from the pre fixe menu is $25 (drinks, gratuity not included). Plan on arriving ninety minutes before the performance. Or just coming for the show? Arrive 30 minutes before and order from the dessert and drink menu. Reservations required. Groups accommodated. Street Parking. Call 773 583 3066.
Dinner guests are asked to arrive by 5:30 pm for the 700 pm shows – 4/19, 4/22, 4/26; At 2:30 pm for the Sunday 4/22 4:00 pm show. If you have made a reservation, the restaurant will call you, informed of the menu and your arrival time will be confirmed.
SHOW ONLY, NO DINNER
Just coming for the show? Reservations are requested 773. 583.3066
Guests who are not having dinner are welcome to come anytime before the
show. Your table will be held for you for the evening. There is no drink minimum. Chief’s extensive Drinks Menu will available. Desserts are $7
Songs of a Catholic Childhood
Pre Fixe Menu $25
Appetizers (choose one)
Donegal Peat Smoked Shrimp (Served Chilled)
Fennel-Orange Salad, Carrot-Ginger Emulsion
Cashel Blue Cheesecake
ecans, Scallions, Herb Salad, Kumquat-Fig Chutney
Baked Crab Stuffed Clams
Roasted Peppers, Celery, Onion, Pecorino Romano,
Lemon Zest, Rosemary, Thyme
Entrees (choose one)
Ground veal and sirloin, carrots, peas,
rosemary and thyme topped with mashed potatoes
McKinney’s Famous Corned Beef
Slow-cooked, house cured corned beef with braised cabbage,
carrots and baby red potatoes
Fish & Chips
Harp beer battered North Atlantic Cod served with mushy peas,
coleslaw, tartar sauce, steak fries
Grilled Chicken Breast, Asparagus, Roasted Peppers, Walnuts,
3 Cheese Sauce (Stilton, Aged Cheddar, Goat Cheese)
Bangers & Mash
Diamond’s authentic Bangers, mashed potatoes,
caramelized onions and demi-glace
Dessert (choose one)
Flourless Chocolate Tart with Raspberry Sauce,
Frangelica Whipped Cream
Warm Strawberry Rhubarb Oat Crumble
Ala mode with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Make your reservation now, call 773 583 3066.