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Next Dinner Party at Hemisphere

Written By Scott Joseph On September 7, 2023

Hemisphere restaurant interior

The next Scott Joseph’s Dinner Party will be at the upscale, high-up Hemisphere restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport on Friday, Oct. 20, and we’re going to have the whole place to ourselves.

Tickets are $159 per person plus tax and gratuity and reservations can be made by calling Arlene Diel at 407-825-1315 or by email. Note that valet parking at the Hyatt Regency will be complimentary for us, and it’s super convenient. Step out of your car and onto the elevator and be whisked to the ninth floor restaurant entrance.

We’ll begin with a wine reception at 7 p.m. and the seated dinner will be at 7:30.

Chef de cuisine Jason Moltz has put together an intriguing four-course menu with thoughtful wine pairings. Here’s the full menu:

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Hemisphere Dinner Party Shrimp

“Shrimp cocktail”– Poached shrimp, cocktail gelee, citrus caviar, pickled tomato, fresh local greens

Long shadows Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Hemisphere Dinner Party pulpa

Papas and Pulpo – Six-hour braised octopus, Romesco Verde, pave potato, onion jam, micro parsley

Delille Cellars Colombia valley Estate Blanc 2020

Hemisphere Dinner Party lamb

Crusted lamb rack and berries– Leek crusted lamb rack, Patricia Green Cellars pinot reduction, pickled berried, charcoal yucca, purple carrots, smoked eggplant, micro chervil, EVOO

Patricia Green Cellars Pinot noir estate 2021 or d2 red wine 2020 or Woodward Canyon Cab Sav 2012

Crème brûlée with charred kabocha, spiced pepita seeds, pomegranate seeds, micro herbs

Domanie Serene Brute 

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