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THE WHITE BULL SECOND ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: POLENTA PARTY!

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 2/14/20

Thursday, March 5 at 7 pm

Go party with The White Bull in honor of their 2nd Anniversary and be ready to Grab. A. Fork.
The White Bull is the ONLY place in Atlanta that hosts The Polenta Party crafted by Chef/Owner Pasquale “Pat” Pascarella.
An interactive, table-top dining experience starts with fresh greens and to-die-for bread and butter then the magic happens.
The Polenta Table–
a generous serving of freshly-milled, piping-hot polenta
poured down the center of The White Bull’s extensive communal table.
Chef Pat then tops off the polenta with a variety proteins and locally-sourced veggies.
Final touches of fresh Pecorino Romano cheese and high-quality olive oil, accompany the polenta spread–all directly from Chef Pat’s Italian homeland.
Oh, and there’s dessert to top it off!
And the best part??
There aren’t any plates!
$65 per person
(excludes beverages, tax, gratuity)

THE WHITE BULL CELEBRATES VALENTINE’S DAY 2020

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 1/21/19

Join The White Bull on Valentine’s Day 2020: Friday, February 14th for their exclusive 4-course menu and wine pairing. The meal is $85 per person* and wine pairing is $55 per person.

Here’s the details below!

VALENTINE’S DAY FOUR COURSE MENU
Add black truffle to any dish – just $20!
CANAPE
biscuit, chive, bacon jam, chevre
or
sunflower, butternut squash, olive oil
FIRST
beet, apple mustard, hibiscus, pumpernickel, crème fraiche
or
persimmon, black pepper, sorrel, lime, absinthe
or
scallop mousseline, pork belly, cabbage, sunchoke, chive
or
foie fras two ways, sourdough, tahini, sorghum, apple
($20 supplement)
SECOND
ricotta gnudi, turmeric, Tuscan kale, lemongrass, almond
or
lumache, short rib, black truffle, bottarga, parmesan
or
bucatini, beet, chicken liver, bacon, garlic, chili
THIRD
ribeye, black garlic, balsamic, sweet potato, fennel jus
or
striped bass, beluga lentil, pinenut, green tahina, hakurei turnip
or
duck, bok choy, oatmeal, green tea, ginger, apricot jus
or
winter vegetable terrine, cashew, sambal, coconut curry
FOURTH
caramel tarte, chocolate glacage, sour cherry
or
pistachio financier, lemon, ginger buttercream
or
roobius vanilla tea sorbet
***
The White Bull
123 E. Court Square
Decatur, GA 30030
Guests may call for reservations
404.600.5649 or book on open table. Website: https://whitebullatl.com/

THE WHITE BULL’S FEAST OF SEVEN FISHES 2019

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 11/10/19

Come celebrate the holidays with The White Bull Family
December 16 – 23
What is the Feast of the Seven Fishes? It is known as The Eve or La Vigilia (the Vigil), an Italian-American celebration of Christmas Eve featuring a menu comprised of seafood and veggies.
7 COURSE MENU
$85 PER PERSON/$55 WINE PAIRING
FIRST COURSE
roasted oysters, breadcrumbs, pecorino, chives, ikura
SECOND COURSE
“fritto misto”, lots of fish and veggies
THIRD COURSE
pickled mussels, sunchokes, fromage blanc, aleppo
FOURTH COURSE
squid sicilian fisherman style, couscous, capers, olives
FIFTH COURSE
burrata cappelletti, crab, shallots, burnt onion brodo
SIXTH COURSE
spaghetti alla chitarra, sea urchin, lobster, scallions
SEVENTH COURSE
crispy baccala, marinated peppers, hot oil

South by North Sunday Supper 2019

Date: Sunday, September 1st

Time: 12:30 pm

About: On Sunday, September 1, Georgia Grown invites you to gather ’round the table for a Sunday Supper at their South by North event. Located at The White Bull and hosted by Chef Pat Pascarella, the event will feature a book signing with our client, Chef Bruce Moffett of Moffett Restaurant Group, who will be coming in from Charlotte for the Decatur Book Festival! Tickets will include a five-course Sunday Supper with dishes from the cookbook, a complimentary welcome cocktail, and a signed copy of Bruce Moffett Cooks. Tickets are $65.

More Information:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/south-by-north-new-england-chefs-in-a-new-south-kitchen-tickets-68607826857

GEORGIA GROWN PRESENTS SOUTH BY NORTH NEW ENGLAND CHEFS IN A NEW SOUTH KITCHEN

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 8/24/19

The White Bull

Sunday, September 1 at 12:30 pm

On Sunday, September 1, Georgia Grown invites you to gather ’round the table for a Sunday Supper at their South by North event. Located at The White Bull and hosted by Chef Pat Pascarella, the event will feature a book signing with our client, Chef Bruce Moffett of Moffett Restaurant Group, who will be coming in from Charlotte for the Decatur Book Festival!

Tickets will include a five-course Sunday Supper with dishes from the cookbook, a complimentary welcome cocktail, and a signed copy of Bruce Moffett Cooks. Tickets are $65.

Tickets here.

It’s a Polenta Party!

Posted by Liz and John Attaway, 4/5/19

The White Bull

Decatur, GA

Last Saturday, we were invited to The White Bull to experience something we’d never even heard of, a Polenta Party. Polenta is what this southerner would equate to grits and can be dressed with similar ingredients, like cream or cheese to make it delicious. What is even more amazing is how it’s served, which is down the middle of a table, still steaming! The polenta itself was creamy, ooey-gooey, a bit savory, and delicious on it’s own. They don’t stop there, The White Bull takes whatever meat came in that day and put it right on top. Yes, right on top, down the middle of the table! We hit the meat jackpot today, because it was fresh, thigh meat chicken and a savory pulled pork ragu. First off, the pulled pork ragu was one of the best meat concoctions we’ve ever put in our mouths with very tender pork paired with a deep and savory ragu. It’s official, we heart ragu. Then, the chicken was the freshest we’ve ever had!

Beyond the delectable meat, they added several vegetables on top, and yes, right down the middle of the table! Today’s fresh veggies included broccoli, leaks, mushroom with peas, and asparagus. Let’s stop a minute here and let me discuss the broccoli with you. This isn’t your grandmother’s soggy broccoli, but a crisp, tender, olive oil drizzled star. It was like they either air or flash fried the florets, which was the right balance of crunch and savor. Also, the leaks were a perfect compliment to the polenta. It gave it a little bit of a bite, a brightness you wouldn’t have gotten otherwise. It could have been a very heavy meal, but the addition of the light broccoli, bright leaks, grilled asparagus, and 25 year old balsamic drizzle on top, created a good balance.

If you want a truly enjoyable experience with your family or friends, this is one for the books. Make sure you like your tablemates, as this is a shareable, tabletop, interactive, experience. Good thing we were with amazing company. You only need 6 people to join in on a Polenta Party at The White Bull. Mark our words, we’ll be back there!