The Fish House, Jackson’s Steakhouse, Atlas Oyster House and Five Sisters Blues Café will once again team up to present Winter Restaurant Week, January 24–28, 2017. In step with similar events in cities all around the country, Restaurant Week is a culinary celebration that offers residents and visitors alike world-class dining at a great value.
Join Chef Irv Miller of Jackson’s Steakhouse as he leads a series of cooking classes on the third Wednesday of each month. Classes cover everything from shopping to preparation to presentation. Two classes are scheduled for each month. The first class begin promptly at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 6:30 p.m. The second class begins at 7:30 p.m. and concludes at 9:00 p.m. Each class costs $45 per person, which covers the cooking demonstration, tastings of the recipes, wine pairings, and a take-home recipe booklet so you can try your hand at Miller’s recipes in the comfort of your own home. Reservations are required, so be sure to make yours by calling Maria Goldberg, Director of Marketing, Public Relations and Special Events at 850-217-2347.
Jackson’s, located in the heart of downtown on Plaza Ferdinand, is once again preparing to celebrate the New Year.
Can you make a seafood dish that’s worth $100,000? Chef Jason Perry, Chef de Cuisine of Jackson’s Steakhouse, certainly thinks he can, and he is making plans right now to prove it. Perry successfully qualified for the world’s largest event in Food Sport – the World Food Championships (WFC). From Nov 9-15th, he will be competing for a $300,000 prize purse and the title of 2016 World Food Champion in Orange Beach, Alabama.