The best part about fall is that scotch season is in full swing, not that high temps kept us too far from the spirit’s peaty goodness. However, in that spirit, Union Public House (4340 N. Campbell Ave.) is serving up a full dinner with scotch in the forefront. On Monday, Oct. 5, the restaurant in St. Philip’s Plaza will be serving up a Scotch and Smoke dinner featuring four different plates each paired with a taste of Scotland to complement.
Dishes for the event include tableside smoked oysters, paprika rubbed barbecue quail and a “s’mores cigar” which is kind of like a smoky cannoli. To drink, guests can expect Balvenie 12 year, Oban 14 year, Laphroaig 10 year and Talisker Distiller’s edition. The dinner kicks off at 6:30 p.m. sharp. It’s $75 for the dinner, tax and tip included, and reservations are required. You can make yours by calling 329-8575 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.