Fall Events at La Petite Pierre
Fill the Pot Returns (Sep 27th) & Raclette Dinner Special Event (Oct 3rd)
September marks the beginning of an exciting season for La Petite Pierre! From specialty parties to delicious weeknight meals, the bistro is giving you a lot to look forward to this autumn. As temperatures begin to drop and the days become shorter, the bistro has a solution to all of your “what should I make for dinner?” woes. The answer? Nothing. Instead, come into the restaurant, pot in hand, and partake in the bistro’s most popular season- Fill the Pot.
The Fill the Pot fall tradition began more than 10 years ago and still continues to put smiles on people’s faces and satisfaction in their stomachs. Created especially for busy families who want a home-cooked meal without all the shopping and preparation, Fill the Pot is perfect for any occasion. All you have to do is make a reservation, choose how many people you’ll need to feed, and pick up your meal in your own pot. Eat and be merry with the people you love at your own table (or couch!). From chaotic weeknights to weekend get-togethers, a delicious French inspired meal is only a click away.
Delicious home-cooked meals like Boeuf Bourguignon, Chicken Riesling, and Blanquette de Veau, are perfect dishes to share with your family and friends, or give it as a gift to a family who could use it the most. The best part of the fall season is getting cozy with a delicious meal in the comfort of your own home. Starting September 27th, Fill the Pot will begin the most wonderful season of all! So, put that grocery list away and make your reservation here.
When you feel like getting out of the house, or are celebrating a special occasion, the bistro has a solution for that, too. October 3rd will mark the newest dinner in the specialty dinner series—The Raclette Dinner. What’s a more perfect welcome to the fall season than a wheel of warm, melty cheese?
Traditionally, the history of the Raceltte dinner can be traced back to the Swiss Alps, at the time when Swiss shepherds were travelling up the Alps and needed to bring food with them. Even then, just as it is today, cheese and potatoes were the answers to everything. Now, we celebrate the Raclette dinner not by traveling up the Alps, but by sitting around a table with our friends and family, savoring each delicious bite.
At La Petite Pierre, the Raclette dinner is served using special burners to melt the cheese onto duck fat potatoes, and a selection of charcuterie. Dinner begins with a simple green salad and ends with an assortment of French pastries. If you aren’t convinced yet, there will be wine and cocktails available, too! Don’t wait too long to make your reservation for this very special (and very rare) Raceltte Dinner. Spots will go quickly!
However you decide to bring in the autumn season, we hope you choose to celebrate with us at La Petite Pierre. Come hungry and as always, leave happy!