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Wine Pairing Dinners

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by intoddwetrust, Aug 11, 2013.

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  1. intoddwetrust

    intoddwetrust Newbie

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    Looking for any recommendations for a wine pairing dinner. Todd's Unique came highly recommended, but it seems a bit out of the way. Any suggestions?
     
  2. pinklime

    pinklime Low-Roller

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    We did the Eiffel Tower's tasting menu almost 9 years ago and had the wine pairing with it, not sure if it is still offered. The whole dinner was amazing (a bit pricy, but amazing). During our trip last week, we tried the Cut of the Week menu at Charlie Palmer (Four Seasons) and for $48pp, it was very, very good. It comes with bottomless glass wine pairings for the starter and main courses. Highly recommend it.
     
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    The Equalizer Low-Roller

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    Sage chefs tasting menu with wine or beer pairing about $180 pp but an awesome meal
     
  4. Tubbs

    Tubbs High-Roller

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    Most mid-upper tier restaurants will advertise a wine pairing or will offer one on request. That makes it very difficult to offer suggestions. Better to find a menu you like and add on the wine pairing.
     
  5. Boone

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    Le Cirque
     
  6. queuetee

    queuetee High-Roller

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    LeCirque and Circo at the B both have wonderful tasting menus with optional wine pairing...you can't go wrong with either
     
  7. Boone

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    +1 - they have the same Sommelier

    Don't be shy on what what you are willing to spend - he will get you best at any price range or do the food pairings.
     
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