What's Happening This Week: Special Oscar-Inspired Dishes; A Final Days of Winter Menu
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Oscar Week Menu Delmonico's March 1-7 As you get ready to see who will take Best Picture at this year's Academy Awards, Delmonico's is offering a special menu inspired by the film Julie & Julia. Chef Bill Oliva will prepare three of Julia Child's most iconic recipes -- Beef Bourguignon, Lobster Thermidor, and Duck a L'Orange -- sure to give you a touch of Oscar fever.
Final Days of Winter Menu Klee Brasserie Through the end of winter February is over, but there are a few weeks yet until spring finally arrives. Chef Daniel Angerer wants to help you battle the final days of winter blues with a seasonally transitional menu, featuring Mangalitsa Bruschetta, Olympic Salmon and steamed spinach, and Sweet Chocolate and Pear Pizza for dessert -- all for $48.
3 Terroirs of Pinot Noir Wine Dinner Saul Restaurant March 2 Great Pinot Noir can be found in Burgundy, Oregon, and California. Chef Saul Bolton has put together a three-course dinner for $125 to be paired with three wines made with the thin-skinned red grape. Wine expert Tony DiDio will walk guests through the pairing.
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