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Boulud Sud Introduces Its Voyage Dinner Series

Chef Daniel Boulud’s Manhattan eatery starts the journey April 7…

Chef Daniel Boulud may hail from landlocked Lyon, France, but his Boulud Sud restaurant is a culinary journey through the Mediterranean, featuring cuisine from such locales as Sardinia, Greece, Tunisia, and Beirut. This spring, the acclaimed Manhattan eatery will debut a series of monthly dinners showcasing the authentic flavors of the region’s most delicious destinations.

Created by Boulud Sud’s executive chef Travis Swikard, the Voyage Dinner Series will commence on April 7 with the four-course Evening in Israel menu, featuring family-style dishes that include spicy shakshuka with feta, cauliflower tabbouleh, and homemade labneh. Each course will be paired with regional wines chosen by the restaurant’s head sommelier, Michael Madrigale; a final course of Mediterranean tarts, cakes, and cannoli will be the handiwork of the pastry chef Tyler Atwell (formerly of Jean-Georges).

The Voyage series currently includes culinary experiences from the Greek Isles (featuring a slow-roasted lamb shoulder with tzatziki and horiatiki salad), Sicily (including a sweet spaghetti with sardines and raisins), and the French Riviera (with a tropézienne salad and a creamy fish soup). Special dishes from each region will also be featured on Boulud Sud’s regular menu for a limited time. Dinners, which are scheduled for April 7, May 12, June 16, and July 14, are priced at $95 per person. (212.595.1313, www.bouludsud.com)

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