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Valentine's Day Dinner

29 January 2013 No Comment

If you are looking for that perfect night out to impress your loved one on Thursday, February 14th, we have you covered with an amazing three course dinner menu that we will serve exclusively for Valentine’s Day.

Since Valentine’s Day is also referred to as the feast of Saint Valentine, we have prepared an indulgent menu that will spoil you and your special someone with fine foods and decadent ales.  Your romantic evening at the pub will begin with a reception beer followed with three delicious courses that have each been carefully paired with complimentary ales to accentuate the sensory experience (full menu below).

Cost of the beer dinner is $57 per person before tax and gratuity.  If beer does not happen to be your thing, you also have the choice to do just the three course menu for $42 per person before tax and gratuity. This dinner will be served throughout the evening so that you can schedule your Valentine’s meal around any other plans you may have that night.  Reservations are required, and you can arrange yours by calling 205.939.1312, emailing us at info@jclyde.com, or by simply letting your server or bartender know the next time you are at the pub.

If you choose The J. Clyde as your Valentine’s Day destination, we look forward to doing our part in making your evening a memorable one.  We hope to see you then!


Valentine’s Day Dinner Menu

Thursday, February 14th


The J. Clyde Dark Ale


First Course

Lentil Soup

Black lentils and fresh winter vegetables topped with crème fraîche

Paired with Vern’s Wheatwine from Straight to Ale


Second Course

Chilean Sea Bass

Pan seared sea bass served over wilted spinach with roasted fingerling potatoes

Paired with Cahaba Brewing Company’s Liquidambar


Roasted Tomato Linguine

Linguine tossed with roasted Alabama tomatoes and an almond pesto

Paired with Trois Pistoles Strong Dark Ale from Unibroue 


Third Course

Nutella Beignets

Homemade beignets filled with creamy Nutella hazelut spread

Paired with Fatso Imperial Stout from Good People Brewing Company


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