SOURCE: Navarra region of Spain

January 22, 2007 09:44 ET

Navarra, Spain, Visits New York

Announcing Navarra Gastronomic Week January 26-February 4

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- January 22, 2007 -- Prepare your palate for Piquillo red peppers and rosado wine! For ten days, January 26 through February 4, The Kingdom of Navarra, Spain, will visit New York for a gastronomic celebration. Sixteen selected restaurants will offer menus highlighting Navarra's unique traditional dishes and local wines.

Chefs like Nicolas Jimenez from Navarra's famous Tubal Restaurant in Tafalla will prepare tantalizing cuisine nurturing a cooking style of complex flavors and mixed textures. Menus will include Navarran dishes such as Warm Partridge and Jabugo Ham Salad, Artichokes fried with Tocino, Piquillo Red Peppers stuffed with meat or fish, Pochas Beans, Roast Suckling Pig, Sautéed Wild Mushrooms and White Asparagus, Lobster, Puff Pastry with Potato & Foie and Sweet Wine Sauce. Complement these exciting flavours with a Navarrese wine, a region some say produce the best wineries in Spain. Choose a wine from the Bodegas Inurrieta, Monjardin, Alzania vineyards to accompany an entrée, tapas or some fabulous Navarra cheese -- Roncal or Idiazabal.

The restaurants participating in New York are:

ALCALÁ, 342 East 46th St., (212) 370-1866

BOQUERIA, 53 W 19th St., (212) 255-4160

CASA MONO, 52 Irving Pl., (212) 253-2773

DOS CAMINOS, 825 3rd Ave., (212) 336-5400

E.U., 235 East 4th St., (212) 254-2900

LILY'S, 501 Lexington Ave., (212) 838-0844

OLIVES, 201 Park Ave. South, (212) 353-8345

PINTXOS, 510 Greenwich St., (212) 343-9923

SALA ONE NINE, 35 West 19th St., (212) 229-2300

SOLERA, 216 East 53rd St., (212) 644-1166

SUBA, 109 Ludlow St., (212) 982-5714

TIA POL, 205 10th Ave., (212) 675-8805

TOLEDO, 6 East 36th St., (212) 696-5036

UREÑA, 37 E 28th St., (212) 213-2328

AZAFRAN, 77 Warren St., (212) 284-0577

WD-50, 50 Clinton St., (212) 477-2900

About Navarra:

The region of Navarra in the north of Spain borders the Basque Country, La Rioja, Aragon, and the Pyrenees, which makes it a vital part of El Camino de Santiago (Saint James Way). This ancient kingdom's rich history leaves its legacy within medieval villages and festivals such as the famous San Fermin in Pamplona -- eight days of bull running celebrated each July and immortalized by Hemingway in "The Sun Also Rises."

Navarra's unusual past and diverse topography has made it an attraction for "off the beaten" path travelers and food & wine aficionados. Graced with cool uplands and sun-drenched fertile valleys, Navarra produces superb culinary products and wines of the highest quality. The old Kingdom of Navarra has preserved its royal nobility in rich tradition of food and wine

"The Kingdom of Navarra, Spain Visits New York" is sponsored by the Government of Navarra and the Navarra Chamber of Commerce. A similar program will also be presented in San Francisco with 13 restaurants: B44, Bocadillos, Piperade, Rubicon, Scott Howard, Zarzuela, César- Oakland, César- Berkeley, Insalatta's, Bar Tartine, Picco, Aqua, Sabor of Spain.

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