Le Bec Fin Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Thursday, July 1, 2010

I do try to read blogs, feeds, tweets etc... about food and film happenings in Philly, but something inevitably gets by me, so it was a stroke of luck that I happened upon the sidewalk celebration taking place at Le Bec Fin (1523 Walnut Street). Chef George Perrier and his entire staff were joyously celebrating the landmark restaurant's 40th Anniversary. There was banging of pots and pans, clapping, and best of all, elegant bite-sized morsels of deliciousness were being served on silver platters. Perrier himself was wielding a saber as a bottle opener, popping open the celebratory bottle of champagne with a flair!

Suddenly I remembered I was carrying my new Tinsel & Tine Messenger Bag, and inside was my camera and digital voice recorder. So I was able to snap these couple of pics and ask the chef for a blog comment. Click on the WMA file below to listen.


Chef Perrier Thanks Philadelphia for 40 Years of Business:

WS330149.WMA (click to listen)

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$40 Four Course “Celebration menu, a taste of Le Bec-Fin.” The menu will become available July 1st and feature the following choices:

Appetizers
Roasted Spanish Octopus, Chorizo in Two Preparations, Pickled Blueberries
Tomato and Watermelon Salad, Grains of Paradise, Chevre Sorbet
Chilled Pea Soup, Toasted Almond Ice Cream
Entrees
Roasted Stuffed Quail, Cannelinni Bean, Summer Root Vegetables
Olive Oil Poached Salmon, Fresh Summer Bean, Sauce Beaumaniere
Roasted Flat Iron Steak, Red Wine Poached Shallot, Pea Top Pommes Puree

Cheese Course

Dessert
A choice of 2 from our award winning pastry cart

I happened upon this unexpected treat on my way to a preview screening of Despicable Me, my review is posted on the PFS blog site.

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Will there ever be a cap on movie prices?

Will we one day pay $20 a pop?

Why don't we pay on a scale?

A crap movie like everything Adam Sandler has ever done should cost about $4.50.
Big action movies like"Lord of the Rings", "Iron Man," "Transformers" are worth $10.
Woody Allen movie or something like "Silver Linings Playbook" $6-$7.
A chick flick or light comedy $5.75 and most Indie Films $5.25.

You could even do it by seasons - all summer block busters from May to August - $10
Sept - November 15th $3.50 - $4
Back to $10 for Thanksgiving and Christmas etc...

Or you can do it by A Actors ($9 - $10), B Actors ($6 - $7) TV actors on the big screen ($3.50 - $4)

Surely I'm not the first person to realize this makes sense. Has it been voted on in the Motion Picture Industry and then vetoed? If so, why?

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