Monday, October 16th, 2017

Joseph Decuis Courtyard open for dining

Posted: Friday, June 10, 2011

Joseph Decuis, 191 N. Main Street in Roanoke, has a variety of activities scheduled in Roanoke for the month of June. The Courtyard is also now open at the restaurant for outdoor summer dining.

Opera Nights began on June 8 and will continue as a four-part summer series of operatic selections, directed by Maestro Robert Nance of the Heartland Chamber Chorale, and performed by different featured select vocalists. Future dates include July 13, “A Beautiful Night in Italy; August 10, “On the Lighter Side of Opera” and September 13, “Encore, a selection of audience favorites.”

The opera series takes place in the courtyard which opens at 6:30 p.m. with dinner and entertainment starting around 7:30 p.m. The cost is $40 for a three-course dinner and there is a $10 entertainment fee. In case of rain, the dinner will be held in the restaurant’s conservatory. The menus include a variety of food items and desserts by Roanoke’s La Dolce Vita.

Yoga and Wine Alfresco can be enjoyed Mondays, June 13, July 18, August 15 and September 19. Yoga class in the courtyard is followed by a social hour of wine and appetizers all inclusive at $25. Call Valerie at (260) 494-0222.

Reservations are available for a Father’s Day Lunch to be served at Joseph Decuis, June 19 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. A four-course lunch menu will be offered with dad’s lunch served free. The cost will be $38 per guest and a kids’ menu at $10 for those 12 and under will be available.  For every dad at the table there must be at least one full price adult lunch. The lunch price does not include the beverage, and tax and gratuity are additional.

Every Friday in the Joseph Decuis Courtyard from 5 to 8 p.m. Farm to Fork dinners are served. Wagyu burgers, brats and casual food plus beer, wine and other beverages are offered and no reservations are needed.

A Vineyard Lunch, California, can be enjoyed in the Courtyard on Saturday, June 25 at 12 noon. The $40 lunch will include wine and the cost without is $28 plus tax and gratuity.

The Emporium at Joseph Decuis continues to offer items such as Joseph Decuis Farm Wagyu beef and groceries from other farm producers. Wagyu beef is all natural, hormone and drug free. A café/deli in The Emporium also serves the all-natural meat products and has an award winning wine department.

Farm tours take place by reservation at 5 p.m. on Saturdays. Visitors can see first-hand where food products served by Joseph Decuis are produced. For more information contact Joseph Decuis at (260) 672-1715 or visit the website at www.josephdecuis.com.