Dinner With Strings Attached
Jackson’s and the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra Do “Dinner With Strings Attached”
By: Kelly Woodard
Jackson’s Steakhouse is pairing up once again with the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra to bring an evening of elegant dining and culture to the table as they present “Dinner With Strings Attached”, next Thursday, June 26th.
In an effort to celebrate the PSO’s 89th season here in Pensacola, the night will be filled with performances by Nathan Mitchell on violin, Armine Hayrikyan on viola and Barbara Gabriel on cello. Musical selections for the evening will feature a variety of favorite classics, light pops, and tango selections. Guests are sure to delight in the range of musical styles.
The PSO’s goal for the season is to spread enthusiasm through free concerts, programs for families, and involvement in other community and cultural arts initiatives including this special performance at Jackson's! Don’t miss your chance to see them in an intimate setting while enjoying some of the best cuisine in the South.
Chef Miller will be whipping up a special feature for the evening, a 12-ounce Wagyu strip, grilled tomatoes, roasted garlic, basil, aged balsamic and black rice. In addition to Chef Miller’s one of a kind creation for the evening, Jackson’s full dinner menu will also be available throughout the night.
With just two seating’s for the evening, the first at 5:00 pm and the second at 7:30 pm, reservations are required and seating will be very limited. To book your tickets now, please call Jackson's Steakhouse at 850-469-9898.