20 Year Celebration Menu Revamp

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Basilic Restaurant 20th Anniversary Logo
When:
February 1, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm America/Los Angeles Timezone
2017-02-01T17:30:00-08:00
2017-02-01T21:00:00-08:00
Where:
Basilic Restaurant - Newport Beach
217 Marine Ave
Newport Beach, CA 92662
USA
Contact:
Melody - TS

Basilic Restaurant presents their 20 Year Celebration Menu Revamp.

Since Swiss native Bernard Althaus founded the quintessentially intimate 24-seat Basilic Restaurant in 1997, it has become synonymous with fine dining on Balboa Island, and is a landmark destination for the island’s locals and visitors. As executive chef and proprietor, Althaus still serves one of the best Swiss-French menus and continues to curate a unique wine list for his patrons. This February, he also kicks off the restaurant’s 20-year anniversary.

“Many of our guests have been coming here and supporting this culinary journey since our early years in business, and for them and all our patrons, we are thankful,” Althaus said. “Balboa Island has come to feel like home, and our customers have become like family.”

After moving to the United States from his native Switzerland with his wife and two children in 1990, Althaus quickly got to work in the kitchens of some of the top chefs and restaurants in Southern California. But as a natural entrepreneur, he was destined to open his own restaurant. It was at this same time that Balboa Island was ripe for a culinary uplift. With the recipe set, he and his wife Arlette set to open Basilic. Arlette can still be seen front-of-house, chatting with guests, while Chef Bernard brews his magic in the kitchen.

In celebration of two decades in business, Althaus will be bringing back some of his original menu items as nightly specials throughout the month of February. For more information, visit www.basilicrestaurant.com.

ABOUT BASILIC RESTAURANT:

Located on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, Calif., Basilic Restaurant opened its doors in February 1997 with Swiss  executive  chef  and  proprietor,  Bernard  Althaus at the helm.  Named  after  the  French  word  for basil – Althaus’ favorite herb – the intimate 24-seat restaurant has since proven that good things  do  in  come  in  small  packages. Althaus  has  since  been  spending  his  time perfecting  his made-to-order  dishes,  making  sure  every  plate  is  served  to  perfection five days a week. Basilic Restaurant is open for  dinner  Tuesday  through  Saturday, with service starting at 5:30 p.m. For  additional  information, please visit www.basilicrestaurant.com.

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