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What did you have? The menu on their website sounds pretty good. Do their wine suggestions correspond to wines that are available at the Wine & Spirits there on Chestnut?

Chris Hennes
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We started off dinner with:

House Cured Lomo with blood orange, chili oil and wild arugula


Roasted Beets with gorgonzola dolce, grilled scallions and red kale


Whole Wheat Bigoli with Shrimp, Scallop and fines herb butter


Squash Ravioli with pecans, parm-regg and rosemary


Wild Striped Bass with salsa verde, fingerling potatoes and carrots

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Roasted Whole Poussin with maitake mushrooms, chard and polenta


Dry-Aged Ribeye with potato, braised leeks and penn crisp celery


Blood Orange Sorbet with thyme shortbread cookies


Olive Oil cake- pinenuts, cherries and ice cream

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I absolutely loved every dish I had that evening. As far as the wine goes, I'm not sure if the wine suggestions are available at the Wine and Spirits on Chestnut but dinner was fantastic with the bottle we took along.

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You had me at "house cured lomo"...

Katie M. Loeb
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Author: Shake, Stir, Pour:Fresh Homegrown Cocktails

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