BEAVER CREEK — Partnering with Hooked restaurant in Beaver Creek, the Vilar Performing Arts Center invites you to get “Hooked on the VPAC” this month with Wednesday night performances from four different talented women and dinner specials each night to pair with the evening’s entertainment.
Spanning genres including folk, rock, jazz and more, the four female artists scheduled for Wednesdays in January — Danielle Ate the Sandwich (Jan. 8), Paula Cole (Jan. 15), Jaimee Paul (Jan. 22) and Susan Werner (Jan. 29) — will impress with their incredible vocal and musical stylings. Individual show tickets range from $20 to $35.
Dinner before the show
Seafood restaurant Hooked, located just across from the escalator entrance to the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek village, invites show attendees to enjoy a special dinner before each of the above mentioned performances. Seatings begin at 5 p.m. Reservations are required.
Chef Riley Romanin, of Hooked, will create a six-course seafood and wine pairing that will perfectly complement each concert. The cost per person is $75 with wine pairings and $55 without wine and will include a first course of oysters on the half shell or baked oysters Parmigiano, paired with cava sparkling wine; a second course of clam chowder or a Hooked salad, paired with Boniface Apremont; followed by an “intermezzo course” of a winter citrus salad; a third course of a Hooked roll paired with La Pierre Beaujolais; a fourth course of Crimpster and mushroom risotto paired with Hitching Post Pinot Noir; and a fifth course of Mission Fig bread pudding, paired with a Barolo Chinato cocktail.