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New Winter Menu Now Available

New Winter Menu Now Available

Having an event and don’t know where to start? Let us help you! Take a look at our new Winter Menu below where we highlight some of our favorite menu items, paired them with some of our favorite wines. LUNCH Salad of Local Winter Chicories with Blood Oranges, Toasted Pistachios, Feta Cheese and Sherry Vinaigrette Pairs well with Serge Lalou Sancerre Loire, France 2014 Soba Noodles with Napa Cabbage, Cilantro, Green Onions and Tamari-Ginger Vinaigrette Pairs well with Tatomer Riesling Mini Baguette Finger Sandwiches Roasted Yam, Goat Cheese, Pickled Red Onions, Cilantro Pesto Pairs well with Poe Chardonnay “Ferrington Vineyard” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Lemon Cupcakes DINNER Sweet Potato and Laura Chenel Goat Cheese Tartlet with Crispy Quinoa and Meyer Lemon Pairs well with Copain “Tous Ensemble” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Roasted Golden Beets and Brussel Sprouts with Fig-balsamic Vinaigrette and Toasted Hazelnuts Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France Baia Pasta Salad with Grilled Chicories, Roasted Butternut Squash, Pickled Peppers, Kale Pesto and Ricotta Salata Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France 2013 Mini Baguette Finger Sandwiches with Slow-Roasted Estancia Grass-Fed New York Strip, Caramelized Onions and Mushrooms and Point Reyes Farmstead Blue Cheese Pairs well with Domaine de la Bastide Syrah Vielle Vignes “les Genêts” Languedoc, France 201 Apple Pie RECEPTION Honey Roasted Apple and Ricotta Tartlet with Pancetta and Point Reyes Farmstead Blue Cheese Pairs well with Copain “Tous Ensemble” Chardonnay Anderson Valley, CA Wild Mushroom Arancini with Mozzarella, Parmigiano Reggiano and Thyme Pairs well with Lapierre “Raisin Gaulois” VdF Beaujolais Focaccia Flatbread with Butternut Squash, Sautéed...
Good Food Sunday with Grace Lo

Good Food Sunday with Grace Lo

Good Food begins with relationships: relationships with vendors, farmers, and community. If you ever get the chance to volunteer for the Good Food Awards, jump at the opportunity! Meet driven food crafters who care about what goes into their product, passionate vendors who provide a platform for artisan food crafters to thrive and common folk like me who love to learn more about responsibly-made goods! Working ticket sales at the Good Food Awards Marketplace on Sunday, was the perfect spot to educate people about what ‘good food’ means, and get them excited to sample winning products. There was everything from beer to confections to preserves to cheese to honey! Pro tip #1: Get there EARLY so you beat the crowds, actually get the chance to speak to the crafters, and hear the story behind their product. Things do sell out! Pro tip #2: Bring a tote bag because once you sample everything, there’s no way you can resist buying some to take home! Let’s continue on the Good Food rampage to the Cheese Monger Invitational, where it was an all-you-can-taste cheese extravaganza. There was every type of cheese imaginable, plus cheese hors d’oeuvres, cheese fondue, and grilled cheeses. If you missed out, you can still get a taste of heaven from our upcoming Beer and Cheese package, complete with tasting notes and savory garnish. Beer week is coming up in San Francisco, and good food can really bring out the flavors in your beer. We are here to help make sure you pair...