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Multi-course meal with wine pairing for under $100 per person?

zzztimbo Jul 18, 2008 01:32 PM

Does any one have any suggestions for a dining experience (with wine pairing) on par with Sona, Hatfield, etc. for under $100 per person?

  1. tooth Jul 19, 2008 10:35 AM

    not exactly under 100 but at 100 is the tasting menu at the foundry on melrose. I would put it definitely in the same catergory as the menus at hatfields and sona and the 5 courses with wine pairings for each course is 100. Last time I went it was one of the best restaurant experiences I've had in a long time on all accounts, food, service, ambience etc.

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      cleanhead Jul 18, 2008 05:23 PM

      Try Il Tiramisu

      Ristorante & Bar
      presents
      Wine Dinner

      featuring
      Maloy O’Neill Vineyards (Paso Robles, CA)
      with Special Guest: Shannon O’Neill

      Thursday, July 31, 7:00 PM
      Il Menu

      Aperitif
      ~ Prosecco Brut NV, Fantinel (Friuli) ~
      a fresh, light bodied sparkling wine from Italy,
      fruit driven bouquet, with flavors of acacias, strawberries, and apples

      First Course
      ~ Gamberone al Forno ~
      jumbo prawn baked with herbs and garlic,
      over grilled apples, balsamic splash
      ~ Maloy O’Neill 2006 Sauvignon Blanc ~
      flavors of tropical fruit, citrus, and crisp apples, made with no oak or malolactic
      fermentation allowing the true varietal character to stand out, 112 cases

      Second Course
      ~ Pappardelle con Prosciutto e Fichi ~
      homemade wide ribbon pasta, prosciutto, figs, and caramelized red onions
      ~ Maloy O’Neill 2004 Syrah “Hillside” ~
      big, extracted, and spicy with vanilla, coffee,
      and stone fruit flavors, 140 cases, 15.8%

      Main Course
      ~ Costaiole Arrosto ~
      rosemary, sage, and Chianti marinated Prime rib-eye steak,
      oven roasted and served with spinach timbale
      ~ Maloy O’Neill 2005 Pinot Noir ~
      a big California style Pinot Noir, dark flavors up front,
      lingering cherry, raspberry, and spicy cedar finish, 365 cases

      Dessert
      ~ Peach Crème Brulee ~
      peach crème brulee served in a fresh peach, peach sauce
      ~ Maloy O’Neill 2002 Syrah Port ~
      19% alcohol, nutty, butterscotch and honey tastes, 30 cases

      The cost of the event is $70 per person, plus tax and gratuity.
      Reservations are required.

      Buon Appetito!!!
      Il Tiramisu Ristorante & Bar
      (818) 986-2640
      13705 Ventura Blvd.
      Sherman Oaks, CA 91423

      il-tiramisu.com

      1. DanaB Jul 18, 2008 03:49 PM

        There was a thread a few weeks ago on "quality tasting menus that won't break the bank," with a number of good suggestions. Here's the link:

        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/529598

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          nick_r Jul 18, 2008 03:13 PM

          I think you're kind of asking for a miracle here, but your best bet is definitely Lucques's Sunday Supper. It's $45 per person for 3 courses (sans booze), I didn't get wine pairings when I went but I imagine they would do them.

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