Dinner at the Dickens Inn

ICCA Philadelphia, September 3, 1999

After meeting in London last year, we link with the New World.

Step back to the kind of English Tavern that Charles Dickens himself might have visited, perhaps the George Inn in Southwark where he wrote part of The Pickwick Papers. This building dates from 1780, and the pictures, furniture, and books are all English. The drawings depict the persons and scenes from Dickens' world.

And, there is a small case of corkscrews.

Menu

Mixed Green salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

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Broiled Atlantic Salmon with a Lemon Lime Sauce

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Chef's Selection of Vegetables
Roasted potatoes

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Sherry Trifle

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Coffee

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Macon Villages Chardonnay, Duboeuf
Cotes du Rhone, Deboeuf

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