Gaslight Brasserie in Lynnfield Introduces Fall Inspired Dishes and Cocktails
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(LYNNFIELD, MA) [September 28th, 2017] – Fall is upon The Aquitaine Group’s suburban location, Gaslight Brasserie at Lynnfield’s Market Street. Using the freshest locally sourced ingredients, Chef de Cuisine Steven Morlino is launching a collection of fall-inspired dishes and cocktails for bar, brunch, lunch, and dinner selections beginning October 1st, 2017.
At the bar, guests can enjoy plates such as Truffle Fries with parmesan and truffle mayo ($8.95), Calamari Oreganata with sautéed Point Judith squid, garlic, chilis tomato, and toasted breadcrumbs ($12.95), and Gaslight Burger with bacon jam, American cheese, a potato roll, and hand cut fries ($15.95). Also, every day from 3PM-6PM, oysters are $1 each!
On Sunday’s from 10AM-3PM, dive into the new brunch items, which include Prix Fixe plates ($11.95), Eggs Benedict with Applewood smoked ham ($10.95) or mashed avocado and smoked salmon ($11.95), Stuffed French Toast with whipped ricotta, berries, Grand Marnier, and maple ($11.95), Short Rib Hash with sticky short rib, potatoes, poached eggs, and jalapeno salsa Verde ($13.95). Several Raw Oysters are also available ($17.95/$34.95). Pair any plate with a spicy and sassy Gaslight Bloody Mary ($9) or The North Shore – Gaslight’s signature Bloody Mary with clam juice, poached shrimp, and scallion lemon olive garnish ($12).
Unwind at lunch with appetizers such as Hand Cut Tuna Tartare with avocado, cucumber, and radish soy sauce ($14.95) and bigger plates such as Rigatoni Bolognese made with beef, pork, veal, tomato, and parmesan ($14.95), Mussels & Frites with garlic, shallots, white wine, and fries ($13.95), and Soup or Salad with Half Sandwich ($11.95).
Seasonal entrees include fall-inspired dishes like Heirloom Pumpkin Risotto with heirloom pumpkin, brussels sprouts, sage, and brown butter & parmesan ($23.95), Pan Roasted Organic Salmon with risotto, Brussel sprouts, autumn squash, and cider-dijon vinaigrette ($24.95), Pan Seared Diver Scallops with celery root puree, smokey bacon, and roasted mushroom & port wine sauce ($31.95), Swordfish Au Poivre with whipped potato, haricot verts and brandied peppercorn sauce ($29.95) and Duck Breast with wilted swiss chard, herbed fingerlings and maple a l’Orange sauce ($28.95).
Pair any dish with autumn-inspired hand-crafted cocktails like Apple Pie Martini with house tequila, fratello, apple cider, agave, and fresh lime ($12.75), Carpo’s Cup with vanilla vodka, Rumchata, pumpkin spiced simple, and cinnamon ($11.75), or Gaslight’s signature House Red Sangria (Glass $10/Pitcher $38).
Let Gaslight Lynnfield be a fall escape this year. Call 781-334-3433 or visit www.gaslightlynnfield.com to make a reservation. Please visit http://www.gaslightlynnfield.com/menu/ to view the full updated menu.
About The Aquitaine Group:
The Aquitaine Group consists of partners Seth Woods, Matt Burns, and Jeffrey Gates, three individuals with distinctly different personal and professional backgrounds, making these destination restaurants as well as the go-to spots in their respective neighborhoods. Restaurants included in the current portfolio are: Metropolis Café (Boston), Aquitaine (Boston, Chestnut Hill, and Dedham), Cinquecento (Boston), Gaslight Brasserie (Boston), and Gaslight (Lynnfield), Green Light Café (Boston) and La Motta’s (Boston).
Founder/CEO Seth Woods founded what is now the Aquitaine Group with the opening of Metropolis Cafe in 1995, where he received praise from local and national media. In 1998, Woods opened Aquitaine Bar a Vin Bistrot on Tremont Street in Boston’s South End paving the way for what is now known as “restaurant row.” Woods has received accolades for his work within the restaurant community through Boston Business Journal, The New York Times and Food & Wine, but what is the true accomplishment is his commitment to each project’s success, and sustainability in an ever changing city.
Matthew Burns, a native of Boston, met Seth Woods at Armani Café on Boston’s Newbury Street where Burns was general manager and Woods was the acting chef. In 2000, Burns teamed up with Woods to open a second Aquitaine location in Chestnut Hill. According to Burns “a seamless combination of warm, skilled service, delicious food all in a comfortable yet interesting ambiance is what makes a great and successful restaurant.”
Jeffrey Gates joined the Aquitaine Group a few years later and in 2003, Gates was instrumental in opening Union Bar and Grille and later Gaslight Brasserie du coin, both in the South End. Recognized for his consummate professionalism, extensive wine knowledge, methodical and meticulous approach to business, Gates brings a wealth of experience and an unprecedented understanding of the Boston restaurant scene to the Aquitaine Group.
The Aquitaine Group’s restaurants are widely recognized as among the very best in the city of Boston’s growing and respected restaurant scene. They have garnered awards and accolades from local and national publications.
Please visit www.aquitainegroup.com for more information.