FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Cultural District Restaurants Go "Dutch"
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pittsburgh, PA:The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presents Dutch Dining Week, as part of The Distinctively Dutch Festival, Monday, April 23 through Friday, April 27, 2012, from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.at restaurants throughout the Cultural District. Each restaurant will feature a Dutch dish and other special offerings during this week.
Participating restaurants include:
Bravo Franco Ristorante (613 Penn Avenue, 412-642-6677)
Pork tenderloin with a ginger sauce
Meat & Potatoes (649 Penn Avenue, 412-325-7007)
Specials are changing daily
Nine on Nine (600 Penn Avenue, 412-338-6463)
Palazzo Ristorante (144 6th Street, 412-434-6244)
Dutch cheese plate & specials on Heineken
Sharp Edge: Bistro on Penn (922 Penn Avenue, 412-338-2437)
Homemade pistachio country style pate and orange & fennel chicken terrine, with
assorted cheeses, whole grain mustard & toasted baguette, and more.
Six Penn Kitchen (146 6th Street, 412-566-7366)
Three-course tasting menu that includes a soup, a pork tenderloin, and apple pie for desert
Taste of Dahntahn (535 Liberty Avenue, 412-224-2240)
Specials on drinks, and other offerings.
Tonic Bar & Grill (971 Liberty Avenue, 412-456-0460)
Dutch shrimp & cucumber sandwich and a grilled pork tenderloin with apple leak potato pancakes, braised cabbage, and apple syrup
About the Distinctively Dutch Festival:
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, a nonprofit arts and economic development organization at the center of Downtown Pittsburgh’s revival, will host an array of U.S. and world premieres as part of an interdisciplinary arts festival: The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Distinctively Dutch Festival. Celebrating the culture and contemporary performing and visual arts from the Netherlands, the three-month festival will feature dance, theater, music, visual art, film, cuisine, literature and architecture. Events will be held February 18-May 20, 2012, throughout Pittsburgh’s Cultural District, as well as at select venues, including MCG Jazz, City of Asylum/Pittsburgh, Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Library Lecture Hall, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens and Carnegie Mellon University.
Presented by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, The Distinctively Dutch Festival is supported by the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Performing Arts Fund NL, Music Center the Netherlands and Theater Instituut Nederland. In addition, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust gratefully acknowledges the Carol R. Brown Performance Fund for support of the Festival, as well as media partners Pittsburgh City Paper and 90.5 Essential Public Media. For a listing of events and to receive updates, please visitTrustArts.org/dutchfestival or call 412-456-6666.