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MACARTHUR PARK’S BUILDING, DESIGNED BY JULIA MORGAN, TURNS 100 THIS YEAR.

To celebrate we are hosting a centennial bash. To honor Julia Morgan’s legacy and the lasting effect it has had on the community, half of all proceeds will go to the Lucie Stern Community Theater in Palo Alto. Guest will be treated to complimentary wine and live music while they enjoy a Prix Fixe menu prepared by Chef Faz Poursohi. For dessert, Faz Bakery in Danville will prepare a very special 3D cake for guest's enjoyment while they listen to a dedication to the building's history including the history of the Julia Morgan Hostess House.

MENU

STARTER
Tower of Onion Strings
A MacArthur Park Favorite

FIRST COURSE
Caesar Salad

Crisp Romaine, Parmesan Cheese, Garlic Croutons with Caesar Dressing
Chicken Tortilla Soup
Hearty chicken and vegetables, topped with Cheddar, sour cream and tortilla strips

SECOND COURSE
Half Slab Baby Back Pork Ribs
with French Fries & Horseradish Coleslaw
Mary’s Organic Half BBQ Chicken
with French Fries & Horseradish Coleslaw
Mesquite Grilled Salmon
with Mango BBQ Sauce and Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes
Salad Nicoise
with  tomatoes, hard-boiled eggs, Niçoise olives, anchovies, and dressed with olive oil
6 OZ. Filet Mignon
Baked Potato with Butter & Sour Cream & Fresh Vegetables

THIRD COURSE
Family Sampler Dessert Platter

with: Opera Cake, Lemon Cake, and Cheese Cake

 

Macarthur park becomes a landmark

Historical landmarks are permanent sign posts to a culture’s community. This landmark has served the community in many incarnations: as a 1918 Hostess House for visiting families of World War I servicemen, as a community center, a veterans hall and now, once again, as the new MacArthur Park.

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