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Burlington/outskirts VT wine paired dinners

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OCatswell Mar 17, 2007 09:37 AM

Lots of good chefs/restaurants doing wine paired dinners lately. The Kitchen Table in Richmond had a 4 course, $150. offering a few weeks ago that I heard was just outstanding. Alas, a little steep for my pocketbook! I see that Mary's a Baldwin Creek has one in the works- mentioned in their monthly news letter. Taste on the waterfront (Burlington) is having a 7 course wine dinner for $79 in early April that I might try- It's on a Thursday night though- I may have to take Friday as a personal day! The menu looks very interesting.

http://tasteofburlington.com/menu.php

  1. TonyO Mar 18, 2007 06:44 AM

    I'm sure the Kitchen Table dinner was excellent but $150 / person is certainly pricey. I have attended wine dinners at the Kitchen Table that were excellent and they were priced at around $75.

    Hopefully more restaurants will begin to offer this type of dining experience as well as having flights of wine available.

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      OCatswell Mar 19, 2007 11:19 AM

      Well- I made my reservation (Taste) and fully intend on taking the next day off! The gentleman who took my call said they are also planning a beer paired dinner soon. I'm not a beer drinker but it certainly sounds unique.

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        OCatswell Mar 23, 2007 12:33 PM

        Very interesting- I just received an email that the menu has changed slightly- They are offering Kumamoto oysters in place of the caviar course- I haven't had those since I was in Tokyo years ago. What a unique surprise!

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          OCatswell Apr 2, 2007 10:16 AM

          Are any other Burlington/Northern VT hounds attending this dinner? It would be fun to compare notes!

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            TonyO Apr 2, 2007 11:50 AM

            We may go (6:00 if we do). It all sounds great except the lamb entree (just my opinion).

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              OCatswell Apr 2, 2007 01:12 PM

              FYI-I called this morning to confirm and add one guest to our table and they have only about 10 seats left....

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                TonyO Apr 2, 2007 01:13 PM

                Thanks O'Cat !

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                  TonyO Apr 3, 2007 01:27 PM

                  We are in at 6:00 with notes to follow ! Enjoy (as much as I love wine, it is really hard to top great oysters and ice cold vodka !)

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          amyamelia Apr 3, 2007 09:08 AM

          Hen of the Wood in Waterbury (old Mist Grill site) does some dinners in connection with the local food movement. I think they are $50 but even that is too pricey for my pocketbook, so I have no personal experience, but friends of mine that have been just rave about the experience.

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            TonyO Apr 3, 2007 04:37 PM

            That is a great setting and I have had some great meals there when it was the mist Grill.

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              OCatswell Apr 4, 2007 07:55 AM

              I have friends who went to the Hen of the Wood for the first time last night - I haven't been- I'm looking forward to their review!

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                katiepie Apr 4, 2007 04:57 PM

                I just returned from another fabulous meal at Trattoria Delia, and on my way out, I noticed they are doing a wine paired dinner as well! I can't remember the date exactly (too much wine, lol) but I think it was April 24th. The notice said to "inquire within", and there is nothing on the website at the moment. Zowie!

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                  TonyO Apr 4, 2007 05:41 PM

                  I'm sure they will do an excellent job. Stay tuned for Taste reviews !

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