Charleston Music Hall & Holy City Hospitality present:
Les Misérables: Dinner + Film w/ 39 Rue de Jean
French Dinner at 39 Rue de Jean Followed by the Film at The Music Hall
Thu · March 22, 2018
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pmCharleston Music Hall
$8 Film | $36 Film + Dinner | $58 Film + Dinner + 1/2 Pours | $75 Film + Dinner + Full Pours
5:30 PM – 1st Seating at 39 Rue de Jean
6:00 PM – 2nd Seating at 39 Rue de Jean
7:30 PM – Film Begins at Charleston Music Hall
Please call (843) 722-8881 after purchasing a ticket to set your reservation at 39 Rue de Jean for either 5:30 PM or 6:00 PM. Dinner is only available through a reservation at these two times before the film. Tax and gratuity are included in all dinner pricing.https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/1645225/
There are 4 different ticket options so read along closely. Please note tax and gratuity are included in all dinner pricing.
The first option is to purchase a ticket to the film only. Tickets are $8 and get you entry to see Les Miserables.
The second option is the Dinner + Film Package. For $36 you get a prix fixe meal at Rue de Jean (see menu below) along with a ticket to see Les Miserables at the Music Hall. Please call 843-722-8881 after purchasing a ticket to set your reservation at Rue de Jean for either 5:30 PM or 6:00 PM. Dinner is only available through a reservation at these two times before the film.
The third option is Dinner + Film + ½ Glass Wine Pairing Package (two 3oz Wine Pairings and 1.5oz Dessert Wine). For $58 you get a prix fixe meal at Rue de Jean (see menu below) with special ½ pours of wine pairings set by Andres Contreras, Charleston City Paper’s Best Sommelier for 2017, and entry to see Les Miserables at the Music Hall.
The fourth option is Dinner + Film + Full Glass Wine Pairing Package (two 5oz Wine Pairings and 3oz Dessert Wine). For $75 you get a prix fixe meal at Rue de Jean (see menu below) with special full glass pours of wine pairings set by Andres Contreras, Charleston City Paper’s Best Sommelier for 2017, and entry to see Les Miserables at the Music Hall.
Parsnip and Apple Soup
Olive oil, Chive
Paired with: Pinot Blanc, Famille Hugel, Alsace, FR
Roasted Pork Loin
Bacon Braised White Beans and Kale
Paired with: Pinot Gris, Trimbach, Alsace, FR
Crème Anglaise, Raspberry Coulis
Paired with: Banyuls, La Tour Vieille, Roussillon, FR
Menu is subject to change. No substitutions. If there are any questions or allergy concerns, please call 39 Rue de Jean at 843-722-8881
You, of course, can just buy a ticket to the film without the dinner. Please call ahead and make reservations for 39 Rue de Jean at (843) 722-8881 after you buy your Dinner & Film ticket.
LES MISERABLESSet in France during the early 19th century, the film tells the story of Jean Valjean, an ex-convict who, inspired by a kindly bishop, decides to turn his life around. He eventually becomes mayor of a local town and owner of its factory. He is always alert to the risk of being captured again by police inspector Javert, who is ruthless in hunting down law-breakers, believing they cannot change for the better. One of Valjean's factory workers, Fantine, blames him for her being cast into a life of prostitution. When she dies, he feels responsible and agrees to take care of her illegitimate daughter Cosette—though he must first escape Javert. Later, when Cosette is grown, they are swept up in the political turmoil in Paris, which culminates in the Paris Uprising of 1832.
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