Valentine Procrastinator? Alamo saves your ass

All four Alamo Drafthouse locations are hosting special screenings tonight for Valentine’s Day. There should be something for everyone. You can make your own inferences about why the Downtown and South Lamar events are sold out while the Village and Lake Creek events are still available.

Alamo Downtown: Love Bites: 80’s Power Ballad Sing-Along – SOLD OUT, but they’re doing it three more times.

Alamo South Lamar: Gone With The Wind Valentine’s Day Feast – SOLD OUT


Amuse Bouche
Oyster on the half shell topped with fresh sliced garlic, a light grating of horseradish, basil chiffonade and a wedge of meyer lemon and a glass of champagne

Pecan and mustard crusted fried asparagus spears resting on a grit cake with a roast garlic sauce

Radishes are all that is left at Tara when they return
Slivered radishes tossed in a strawberry vinaigrette atop sliced avocado on a pillow of arugula topped with carrot hay

The O’Haras eat the last chicken in Atlanta. We one up them by serving several pheasants.
Sage and Bacon wrapped Pheasant Supreme topped with sweet pepper relish and red eye gravy, Paired with buttermilk mashed potatoes and puree of mustard greens

A Napoleon of Peach Mousse between layers of peanut brittle with chocolate sauce

Alamo Village: Valentine Feast – Like Water For Chocolate – Tickets are still available for both showings at $60 a pop.

The menu:
Crema de la Sopa de los Calabacitas con Romero
Quail en la salsa de Rose
Chile Rellenos en Nogada
Mexican Wedding Cake

Alamo Lakecreek: Titanic Valentine’s Day Event – Tickets are still available at $55 a pop.

Selections from the Last Dinner on the Titanic:

Oysters a la Russe
Fresh oysters on the half shell with vodka relish

Potage Saint-Germain
Pureed green pea soup with crème fraiche

Punch Rosé
Rose water and mint granita

Tournedos aux Champignons
Medallions of beef tenderloin with mushrooms and rich wine sauce

Chocolate Marquise with Orange Bavarian
Creamy chocolate confection topped with orange custard

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