Wine Meets Meat Market

Treat your favorite person to a meal fit for a queen – or king – at the swanky Meat Market on Tuesday. The four-course wine dinner, which kicks off the return of the restaurant’s monthly wine series, features dishes that will impress your date and get you in a good mood. We’re talking seared scallops, roasted duck breast with a duck confit empanada, dry-aged prime ribeye with a coffee-red wine sauce and bone marrow mash, and a sweet ending of honey and saffron flan. Talk about foreplay. Each course is paired with a wine from Ferrari Canaro Vineyards, the featured vintner of the evening, selected by Meat Market sommelier Sarah Almand. We know you’re wondering how much this is going to cost you. It’s a natural question and, of course, this meal won’t come cheap but at $95 per person (plus tax and tip), you have to admit it’s not a bad deal considering where you’re eating. Plus, isn’t your date worth the investment? We thought so.
Tue., June 28, 7:30 p.m., 2011
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