The Oinkari Basque Dancers return again to host a cider filled evening! Come join us in transforming the Basque Center into a traditional Basque Sagardotegi. Tickets are $50 a person and includes a traditional sagardotegi dinner, entertainment, and night full of txotxing! Multiple ticket options are available and can be found by clicking on the image below.
The 2018 dinner is SOLD OUT!
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Date: November 17th, 2018
Time: Doors open @ 5:30pm / Dinner @ 7pm
Where: Basque Center (601 Grove Street)
Ticket Includes: Dinner, two drink tickets (beer, wine, or soda), and cider until we run the barrels dry
Purchase a table sponsorship for your company!
For $100 you may place any company ads/brochures/items with your logo on them at one table (each table seats about 10 guests). Sponsors will be recognized throughout the night by the emcees and in our program.
What is a sagardotegi?
A sagardotegi makes sagardoa, the very dry, Basque style of hard apple cider. Sagardotegiak (plural) are found throughout Euskadi and are very popular places for groups to go for a fun evening. They serve an amazing dinner of steak, cod cooked two different ways, bread, cheese and walnuts, and of course all of the sagardoa a person can drink. You’re given a fork and glass, and food is brought out family-style. Between the courses, the owners yell out “TXOTX!” and everyone goes to the wooden barrels to fill their glasses - the highlight of the evening. We will again be serving Bereziartua Cider, of Astigarraga in the Basque region of Spain. Get ready to run the kegs dry!
ON THE MENU:
Prepared by Chef Jesus Alcelay of the Cottonwood Grille
Bakailu Tortilla (Cod omelette)
Bacalao al pil pil (Cod with garlic and peppers)
Txuleton (Thick cuts of steak)
Intxaurrak, Membrilloa eta gazta (Walnuts, Quince jelly, and Basque cheese)
All-You-Can-Drink Bereziartua sagardoa (Bereziartua brand Basque hard cider)
Throughout the night, there will be a variety of entertainment including auctions, raffles, music, and more. Bid on an array of silent auction items donated by the Oinkari Basque Dancers. Throw in a ticket or two for the 50/50 raffle. And if you want a sweet treat, the dessert auction will be the table to visit with tasteful items donated by Aitzan.