By now, everyone has heard of “tapas,” meaning small plate. Enoteca stays true to the root of the word by making delicious tapas in the style of Spain, where the word originates.
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This past Thursday night, Cake & Whiskey Lexington met at Enoteca (located on the corner of Jefferson and 2nd Street) to eat cake, drink whiskey and talk shop. Enoteca, a fairly new addition to the Jefferson Street district (located at 2nd and Jefferson) brings a whole new vibe to the downtown area. Enoteca, is known for their wine and tapas and is a great place for a social gathering to enjoy a glass of wine, a bourbon on the rocks (or another cocktail of your choice), and indulge in small plates (think cheese plates, lamb slides…is your mouth watering yet…).
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My favorite translation of the Italian word enoteca is “wine library.” It conjures an accessible, occasionally erudite collection dedicated to education and enjoyment. By offering wines by the glass that complement the menu, Jefferson Street’s new wine and tapas bar, Enoteca, fills a gap in Lexington’s culinary experience.
Read the rest of Wendy Miller’s article at Herald Leader.
This gazpacho — a traditional Spanish preparation — is a riff on a recipe that Seth’s mom, Zoe, submitted to a Chex Mix recipe competition in the early 1980s. The recipe placed second, winning her a new kitchenette; however, because Seth’s dad was a cabinet maker, Zoe traded the kitchenette to her brother for a three-quarter-ton Chevy, which became the family’s farm truck for putting up hay.
Read more of Seth Brewer’s article at Chevy Chaser.