Georgian Luncheon at SUPRA
This restaurant is owned by Jonathan Nelms AB '96 who will treat us to a chat on the history of Georgian Wine.
Supra, which translates from Georgian as “feast,” is the debut restaurant from Washington lawyer Jonathan Nelms, who traces his interest in Georgia to teenage friendships with exchange students from the region and subsequent trips abroad.
During a three-year stay in Moscow, he and his wife and co-owner, Laura, found Georgian restaurants to be among the most popular among expats and locals alike. Nelms paints bountiful Georgia as “the California of the former Soviet Union.”
The menu is arranged much as a feast would unfold in Georgia, says Nelms, starting with an array of snacks.
FIVE COURSE - HARVARD CLUB FEAST
SETTING THE TABLE- All dishes included (1st Course) Bread
Baskets traditional shotis puri fresh from our toné oven and cornbread mchadi Pickle Assorti peppers, cucumbers, red cabbage, jonjoli Pkhali
Assorted trio of vegetable pâtés: beet, spinach, green bean, with walnuts, garlic Spreads
“Makho” soft cheese “nadughi”, grilled vegetable “bostneuli”, red bean “lobio”, house-made breads
KHACHAPURI - (2nd Course) Pkhlovani spinach, cheese Lobiani white bean filling
SALADS (3rd Course) Kutaisi Salad tomato, cucumber, basil, walnut dressing Lobio Nigvzit kidney beans, walnuts, fresh herbs
MTSVADI (4th Course) served w/ Kartopili Kamit & Vegetable Makalze-
Chicken Mtsvadi marinated in sour cream, with red ajika
DESSERT PLATTER (5th Course) Assorted Seasonal Desserts
Food Allergy Warning: Unfortunately, cross-contamination with walnuts is unavoidable. Our apologies.
Ticket includes luncheon, glass of wine or beer, tax, and gratuity:
Members and their guests - $40/person
Non-members - $50/person