Thirsty Thursdays – JANUARY 2017 @ 5:30 PM
Thirsty Thursdays at the fig cafe!!
Join us and some of our favorite local winemakers for incredible pours on Thursday evenings from 5:30 ’til the tastes run out! Winemakers will provide complimentary tastings of their limited edition, Sonoma-centric creations for you to enjoy – and you’ll be able to chat with the makers in person! No reservations required. Complimentary Tasting. See you at the fig cafe!
Ramen Nights @ Suite D! Every Wednesday Night
Join us for RAMEN on Wednesday nights from 5 pm – 7:30 pm or until we run out!
For just $15 the menu includes your choice of a mung bean sprout salad and a bowl of one of our four ramens.
Dessert a la cart $3 Weekly special $15 Beer, Wine & Sake Available for $5 Corkage $5 (comp for Suite D members)
Ramen Nights on the fig rig Every Thursday Night in JANUARY
at the Lanning Building - 18010 Sonoma Highway
Join us for RAMEN on Thursday nights at the Lanning Bldg beginning at 5:00!
The menu includes assortment of house-made Ramens, kimchee dogs and dirty fries!
Sunday Suppers - @ Suite D
01/08/17, 01/15/17, 01/29/17, 02/05/17, 02/19/17
Remember when Sunday dinner was the best night of the week - when you put everything aside to sit down and savor a meal with your loved ones? Come gather around the table at Suite D for a leisurely meal with family and friends. Kick back, relax, and leave the cooking to us!
The 16th Annual Martini Madness - January 13th 2017 @ 5:00 - 7:00 PM
my dinner with Julia - January 13th @ 6:30 PM
What can be said about Julia Child that conveys the joy she brought to so many people, her grace and fearlessness in the kitchen, her pioneering spirit and wit?
This evening will celebrate the joy of Julia Child’s cooking with a selection of some of her classic recipes.
my dinner with M.F.K. Fisher - January 20th @ 6:30 PM
Join us for an intimate conversation and very special menu honoring Fisher, and enjoy personal remembrances of the writer shared by Kathleen Hill!
Join us for a seafood feast! Lobster, Dungeness crab, shrimp, and clams served with all the fixings, including house-made sausage and delicious sides.
Chef, writer, poet, cooking teacher - Deborah Madison has accomplished and shared much throughout her career. Some of her (many) accomplishments include contributions to Gourmet Magazine, Saveur, Food & Wine, Martha Stewart Magazine, but she is perhaps best known as an expert on vegetarian cooking and her commitment to the local & "slow" food movement, support of farmers' markets, and preparing incredibly delicious, planet-friendly fare.
image credit: Aya Brackett
Paul Prudhomme is known for bringing Cajun cooking from coast to coast.
Born to a large Southern family and learning to cook at his mother's side (without electricity or refridgeration!), Chef Paul found an early appreciation for fresh ingredients prepared with regional flare.
Prudhomme made a name for himself as chef of the Commander's Palace in the heart of the Garden District of New Orleans before launching his own restaurant, K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, in 1979. Subsequent cookbook's and cooking series' brought his love of Cajun cooking into the kitchens of people all over the country with signature recipes like Blackened Redfish, Turtle Soup, and Turducken.
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