Tailgating Menu Offered!

When you cater with The Second Line... YOUR TASTEBUDS SCORE! 

See our tailgating menu here: http://www.irisetc.com/tailgating/

Or call to plan your tailgate menu today! 901-504-8400

 

TAILGATING MENU 2016

to order call 901-504-8400

 

eat these things first

r & o’s italian salad- iceberg + artichoke + olive

veggie charcuterie platter with ranch or blue cheese

fresh fruit skewers

english onion dip

pimento cheese dip

 

poboys

roast white oaks pasture beef with gravy + swiss

the verno- braised chicken thighs + swiss

the chubby vegetarian- mushroom debris

 

other stuff

fried chicken salad

duck popper dip

roasted beet + feta shwarma

happy enchiladas

oyster bread pudding

 j-dubs reasonably healthy dinner salad

 

groceries

red beans and rice

spinach madeleine

stewed greens

horseradish potato salad

fancy ass cole slaw

cheese grits

 

sweets

bread pudding

brownies

earl grey cookies

snickerdoodle

Restaurant Iris to Host "Iris for Iris"

Streetdog Foundation and Restaurant Iris are teaming up to raise funds for Iris, a streetdog rescue. Please join us on July 27th at 4:00pm at Restaurant Iris for a casual event to support this great cause. Admission is $50 (tax deductible), which includes food and drink.

To register, click here and make your $50 donation. Please include "FOR IRIS ADMISSION' in the note section.

We hope to see you there. If you can't make it, we hope you will consider making a donation to this great local non-profit!


Join us for Le Bon Appetit

GREAT FOOD FOR A GREAT CAUSE

Created and hosted by Chef Kelly English and The Le Bonheur Club, Le Bon Appetit is a brilliant culinary showcase of the nation's most celebrated chefs, mixologists, pastry chefs and TV personalities, all working together to benefit Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital. The event will be held on April 5 at Minglewood Hall.

English has paired 16 Memphis chefs with 16 guest chefs from throughout the country to create a one-of-a-kind culinary presentation expressing unique and individual talent. From the 32 chefs who were recruited for the event, five are Food and Wine Best New Chefs, 11 have been James Beard Award nominees or semi-finalists and two are winners of the prestigious James Beard award.  The evening's emcee will be Claire Robinson of the Food Network.

The funds raised from this year's benefit will go toward the purchase of a pediatric ambulance to assist Le Bonheur in providing the highest quality medical care for children in need. This year’s Honorary Chairs are Dina and Brad Martin and Laura and Dr. James Eason.

Tickets are currently on sale for $250 per ticket. VIP tickets are available for $500. Tickets may be purchased here.

Additional information is also available at www.lebonappetit.org, the event Facebook page or by calling Le Bonheur Club’s headquarters at 901-682-9905.

 

2014 Le Bon Appetit Chefs

John Currence: City Grocery, Oxford, MS

Barry Maiden: Hungry Mother, Cambridge, MA

Steven Satterfield: Miller Union, Atlanta, GA

Ashley Christensen: Poole's Diner, Raleigh, NC

Kevin Nashan: Sidney Street Cafe, St. Louis, MO

Gerard Craft: Niche, Clayton, MO

Michael Gulotta: MOPHO, New Orleans, LA

Ryan Prewitt: Peche Seafood Grill, New Orleans, LA

Tandy Wilson: City House

Derek Emerson: Walkers Drive In/Local 463, Jackson, MS

Eli Kirshtein: The Luminary, Atlanta, GA

Phillip Lopez: Root/Square Root, New Orleans, LA

Michelle Bernstein: Michy's, Crumb on Parchment, Miami, FL

Kelly Fields: Restaurant August, New Orleans, LA

Chris Shepherd: Underbelly, Houston, TX

Jeremiah Bacon: The Macintosh, Charleston, SC

Shannon Walker/Jeff Ross/ David Rule: Blackberry Farm, Walland, TN

Jayce McConnell: Edmund's Oast, (Mixologist) Charleston, SC

Kelly English: Restaurant Iris/The Second Line, Memphis, TN

Ryan Trimm: Sweet Grass/Next Door/Southward Fare & Libations, Memphis, TN

Andy Ticer/Michael Hudman: Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen, Memphis, TN

Erling Jensen: Erling Jensen, The Restaurant, Memphis, TN

Ben Smith: Tsunami, Memphis, TN

Keith Bambrick: McEwen's on Monroe, Memphis, TN

Felicia Willett: Felicia Suzanne's Restaurant, Memphis, TN

Karen Carrier: Bar DKDC/Beauty Shop/Mollie Fontaines, Memphis, TN

Jonathan Magallanes: Las Tortugas Deli Mexicana, Memphis, TN

Patrick Reilly: The Majestic Grille, Memphis, TN

Wally Joe/Andrew Adams: Acre, Memphis, TN

Jason Severs: Bari Ristorante E Enoteca, Memphis, TN

Aaron Winters: Hog & Hominy, Memphis, TN

Jackson Kramer/Jason Dallas: Bounty on Broad and Interim, Memphis, TN

Mark Simpson: Morrison Healthcare at Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, Memphis, TN

Konrad Spitzbart: The Peabody Memphis (Pastry), Memphis, TN

Nick Talarico: Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen/Hog & Hominy (Mixologist), Memphis, TN

 

English to participate in City Grocery Pop Up

CITY GROCERY POP UPS TO RETURN IN JANUARY TO BENEFIT RODNEY SCOTT

 OXFORD, MS--The wildly popular “pop up” dinner series hosted by City Grocery last January will return in January of 2014 with a similar array of talented chefs, but this time with a mission.

Rodney Scott, pitmaster at the eponymously named Hemingway, South Carolina BBQ joint, suffered a tragic pit house fire this past November which wiped out his in ground pits. Scott the ever-ambitious workhorse, brought in trailered pits in order to immediately get the restaurant back up and running, but rebuilding costs for the original structure proved to be overwhelming.

A group of close friends within the industry, who have cooked together for the past several years and used their collective influence to help with individual philanthropic efforts as the Fatback Collective, saw the opportunity to help their friend and to give a clearer definition to their mission. The result is the “Rodney Scott In Exile Cooking Tour.” Scott will stop in Nashville, TN, Oxford, MS, New Orleans, LA and Atlanta, GA before finally returning to Charleston, SC to wrap up.

The City Grocery pop ups, which will happen on each Monday in January at City Grocery will extend the reach of that tour. “We just had a number of friends who wanted to do something to help, but Rodney could not stop everywhere, so we decided to have the pop ups again so we could involve as many folks as possible,” says John Currence of City Grocery Restaurant Group. “We could not be more excited about having these guys in our kitchen to cook and know they are equally excited about helping the Fatback Fund and Rodney.”

Dinner schedule is as follows:

Monday, January 6  

“The Memphis Mafia”

Kelly English- Restaurant Iris, Second Line

Andy Ticer/Michael Hudman- Andrew/Michael Italian Kitchen, Hog and Hominy

Monday, January 13         

Eli Kirshtein- The Luminary

Andrea Kirshtien- The Spence

Monday, January 20         

Ashley Christensen- Poole’s Diner, Beasley’s Chicken and Honey, Chuck’s, Joule Coffee

Monday, January 27

Rodney Scott- Scott’s BBQ

“To be clear, we are not simply trying to put on fundraisers for Rodney. The funds raised will go the Fatback Fund and will be used to continue doing work within the communities from which each of us makes our living. It just happens the Rodney happens to be the person in need at the moment,” explains Currence. “You could make the case the rebuilding Willie Mae’s Scotch House after Hurricane Katrina was the original Fatback initiative. A lot of the same people were involved.” Sam’s Barbecue in Humboldt, Tennessee was another project several years ago after it burned. Each of these projects were ones we could got our hands around. We have a responsibility to help.”

The dinners at City Grocery will be by reservation. They will be four course meals, paired with wines. Reservations are $65 and include an autographed menu/certificate of appreciation from participating chefs and Fatback members.

For further information please contact Angie Sicurezza, 662.234.9300

For reservations call City Grocery, 662.232.8080