Events at Tartine
JC Alvarez of Carlos Serres Winery joins us for our Spanish Wine Dinner!
Ben Kowalczyk of Platform has expertly paired beer from their lineup to complement all six of Chef Michael's exquisite courses.
Chef Michael and Charlie Master of Le Charmel Winery have created a wonderful menu for you to take a trip to the South of France here in Rocky River.
On Monday, February 27th, Tartine Bistro & The Spotted Owl present "SPEAKEASY." An evening of cocktails and cuisine inspired by the Prohibition Era.
Bill Barefoot of Vintage Wines has expertly paired some of the finest wines of the region to complement Chef Michael's food.
" I'm always trying to keep things "fresh" in the kitchen and what better way to do so then by having a wine dinner using only locally sourced produce? I hope you will join us on Monday, November 7th for this Fall Harvest wine dinner." – Chef Michael
The convergence of the French and Vietnamese cultures creates a gastronomic experience filled with a beautiful range of flavors and color.
Though Bastille Day is officially celebrated on July 14, we will be paying homage to the French Holiday on Sunday, July 17 from 11am-3pm.
Our Parisian Champagne Dinner menu, masterfully designed by Chef Michael Grieve, will delight your taste senses and ignite your love for Champagne.
Known for its rich cuisine, we invite you to experience our five-course dinner and wine pairing that will reflect the traditional cooking from Northern Italy.
Inspired by this historical region in France, our dinner and wine pairing is sure to reflect the elegance, impeccable wines, and cuisine found in Provence.
On March 26, more than 20 of Cleveland’s top chefs will gather and prepare their favorite soups to benefit Malachi Center, a community and family resource center founded in 1985. We are proud to support this annual event.
One of Cleveland's most intimate and romantic settings, Tartine Bistro is the perfect place to celebrate Valentine's Day with your special someone.
Join us for a five course dinner inspired by the Languedoc region in south central France – a majestically beautiful and rugged area that is home to some of France's best and most interesting wines.