We are fortunate enough to have chosen to participate in a five-course wine-pairing dinner. Everyone was served the same five courses, with a wine especially chosen to go with the food. The only choice offered concerned the entree course, where you could have fish or steak. The meal started with French onion soup, which I love. This was a very flavorful, classic version. Next came scallops on a rosemary skewer on a bed of tomato coulis. Then came a thin slice of zucchini, wrapped around warm goat cheese. The tender filet mignon came with a delicious mushroom and wine sauce. As good as the entire meal was, the standout course may have been the chocolate mousse for dessert. All of the wines were good, although, of couse we had our favorites. There were two wines available for tasting that had not been served. When there was a slight delay in the appearance of one course, more wine was offered in order to compensate for the wait. This was a completely memorable meal that was just outstanding from start to finish. It is true that you have to pay close attention to when they are open. Chef Tabrizi said that they would close for the winter and reopen this spring. My fond memories will have to tide me over until then!
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