Thursday, February 19, 2009

Menu for the Reception


Food and drink at the reception will be scattered throughout the two buildings. Each person will get ONE drink ticket, which is good for a single beer or wine, or two soft drinks. (Your bartender will tear your ticket in half, so that you can use the other half to get your second soft drink.) You may purchase additional drinks at any bar, which are located near the food.

In the main lobby of River Journey
Baby Black Bean Burgers

Provencal White Bean Soup Shots

Tenderloin of Beef Canapes

Samosas (beef and vegetarian)


By the Seahorses in River Journey

Carved: Pork Tenderloin-mini rolls, blackberry marmalade, grain mustard

Baby Steak and Mushroom Kabobs

Roasted Turkey-cranberry mustard, red pepper aioli

Twice Baked Baby Potatoes

Fresh Vegetable Display-spinach dip, hummus


Top of Escalator in River Journey

Fried Green Tomato Canapes -local corn relish and goat cheese

Little Grits Bites with Onion and Mushroom Ragout

Black Eye Pea Cakes, Collard Green Pesto

Pecan Crusted Chicken Tenders-honey drizzle

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Display


"Rivers of the World" in River Journey

Peel and Eat Shrimp

Baby Crab Cake

Grilled Fresh Salmon; capers, onion, baguettes

Marinated Crab Claws

Smoked Trout Canapes

Lobster and Artichoke Dip

Mezzanine Level in Ocean Journey

Spicy Thai Noodles-served in baby Chinese togo boxes with chopsticks

Assorted garnishes and sauces

Chicken Satay Plates-peanut sauce and marinated cucumbers

Vietnamese Pork Meatballs, Currant Sauce

Vegetarian Spring Rolls

Assorted Sushi Rolls-some vegan



Butterfly Area in Ocean Journey


An Assortment of housemade “bites” of dessert including crème brulee, toffee brownies, chocolate cups with peanut butter mousse, dipped berries, lemon squares, tea cakes and more

Locally Roasted Stone Cup Coffee Station


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