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Luna offers special prix-fixe menu for January

UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 4, 2019

Owners Hannah and Aaron DeLis pose in front of the main doors to Luna on Spokane’s South Hill. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)
Owners Hannah and Aaron DeLis pose in front of the main doors to Luna on Spokane’s South Hill. (Adriana Janovich / The Spokesman-Review)

Luna’s special 25th anniversary prix-fixe menu was such a success in November that the restaurant is doing something similar for January.

Its Winter Prix-Fixe Menu is offered Jan. 2 to 31 and runs for $25 at lunch and $35 at dinner. The dinner version offers bigger portions.

The three-course menu starts with a choice of butternut squash bisque, the classic Luna salad (candied walnuts, dried cranberries, Gorgonzola, red onion, Luna vinaigrette) or Northwest charcuterie with smoked trout, salmon lox, dill cream cheese, pickled onions, salmon mousse and brioche crostini.

The second course is braised lamb with polenta, fried chickpeas, sunflower shoots and lamb jus; chicken with ricotta gnocchi, mushrooms, roasted butternut squash, butternut squash puree and wilted spinach; or curried cauliflower with coconut rice, poached golden raisins, toasted hazelnuts and golden raisin puree.

For dessert, choose from a selection of house-made gelato or Luna hot chocolate with peppermint marshmallow, chantilly, chocolate truffle, shaved chocolate and orange confit.

Add on the featured cocktail for $10. The Yule Log is made of bourbon, Averna, dry vermouth, Campari and Angostura bitters. Find a photo of it on Luna’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/luna.spokane.7.

Luna is at 5620 S. Perry St. Call (509) 448-2383. On the web: www.lunaspokane.com/.

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