The Corpse Cabaret, a Macabre Evocative Theatrical show featuring music, song, dance, drama and magic all performed by talented ghastly ghouls. Our ensemble of entertaining 16th century European Ghouls are oriented for sinister fun and clearly of a deadly nature. The performance and dinner is staged in Chicago's Historic Bronzeville neighborhood at the Haunting Parkway Ballroom.
All accompanied by a MEAL TO DIE FOR! A seven course meal that is full of flavor yet light as an apparition! Fear not the seven course menu it will not overwhelm you, it will leave you with a memory of delight and fulfillment. The real fright would be in missing this once in this lifetime Cabaret! Inspired and believe it or not directed by the return of Master Chef August Escoffier.
Dining with The Dead was never so delicious!
Dinner by the Dead with the Dead! A Menu to Die for!
The Graveyard (Salad):
Bibb Lettuce, Carrot Panna Cotta, Poached Shrimp, Toasted Almonds, Dijon Vinaigrette
A Potion (Soup):
Garbure Gersoise, Savoy Cabbage, Great Northern White Beans, Confit of Duck (Root vegetables and sweet Savoy cabbage, this robust white bean soup from southwestern France is enriched with smoky bacon and duck confit)
Hot “App”arition (Appetizer):
Grilled Lamb Chop, Green Lentils, Rosemary Demi-Glace, Micro Mint
Between the Living and the Mostly Dead (Intermezzo):
The Sea Creatures Favorite Course (Fish):
Paupiette of Sole with Salpicon Of Lobster & Sauce Nantua, (A long, thin slice of sole, rolled and stuffed with a delightful Lobster filling and white Crayfish sauce)
Between the living and the TRULY Dead (Intermezzo):
Main Curse (Beef):
Tournedos Bréhan - Beef Filet, Artichoke, Fava Bean, Madeira Sauce, Cauliflower, Potato (A seared tender filet of beef nestled on top an artichoke bottom filled with fava bean puree; garnished with cauliflower florets, a potato gaufrette and a Madeira Sauce to die for)
The Devil’s Desire (Dessert):
The Soul Dessert, Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate Cake Surprise, you’ll sell your soul for this