Wine Kitchen Exclusive Dinner

Do you love history? Do you love food? If you answered yes to either of these questions then join us for a night of Civil War love stories paired with exquisite food and libations. Check out the menu listed below!

Start your Valentine’s week off right by joining us at 6 pm, Monday February 9th.

The Wine Kitchen, on Carroll Creek in downtown Frederick has reserved the entire restaurant for this occasion.  This is a private event and will include love stories as told by Executive Director George Wunderlich.  Stories of passion, longing and loss.  Stories of food and drink.  Stories that will transport you back in time.  We have provided the Wine Kitchen with primary-sourced tales of food, love and dining from the Civil War era.  Their chef and staff will create one-of-a-kind interpretations of these stories for an historic and unforgettable dining experience.  Dinner begins at 6:00 pm.

Seating is limited to 60 guests, RSVP as soon as possible to:

the Wine Kitchen


A portion of the proceeds go to the National Museum of Civil War Medicine.


2015 Civil War Tribute Dinner

Amuse Bouche

Bubble and Squeak / cabbage / corned beef

Paired with: Foggy Ridge Cider


First Course

Mrs. Putnam’s 1860 Gumbo / chicken / oysters / salt pork / turnip / sweet onion / rice

Paired with: Whiskey/Bitters Cocktail


Second Course

Campfire Rabbit Stew / black-eyed peas / salt pork / sweet potato dumplings

Paired with: Bavarian Ale


Third Course

Red Flannel Short Rib Hash / potato / beet / horseradish

Paired with: Louis Latour Pinot Noir, (Marsannay, Burgundy) 2013



Fort Honeycomb / mead sabayon / honeycrisp apple / honey gel / maccaron

Paired with: Old Henry’s Constitutional / Orchid Cellars Mead / Catoctin Creek 1757 Virginia Brandy / black tea / roasted apples


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