Best of New York: Dining Guide for Mother’s Day 2016 MAMO Restaurant Treat Mom to the best of SoHo dining at MAMO Restaurant. This French/Italian Provencal menu from Michelin-starred Executive Chef Massimo Sola hits all the right notes. Mother’s Day Specials include Salmon Carpaccio with Asparagus Salad and Burrata, Risotto Primavera with Diced Vegetables, […]
Artisanal Last Minute Easter & Passover Dining Guide 2015 http://t.co/qQgYguZTjc — Walman Report (@foodytweet) April 2, 2015 Elevate your Easter celebration with an upscale prix fixe dining experience at the city’s venerate French bistro, Artisanal Fromagerie, Bistro and Wine Bar. Proprietor Sarid Drory has curated a three-course menu that starts with Cornish Hen Consommé with […]
As the Andy Williams classic goes, the Holiday Season is “the most wonderful time of the year.” That will ring true at the historic Grand Central Oyster Bar (Lower Level, Grand Central Terminal), where executive chef Sandy Ingber will put forth seafood bounty on the Feast of the Seven Fishes (Wednesday, December 24) and New Year’s Eve(Wednesday, December 31) with carefully planned a la carte menus. Adding to the festivities will be the Oyster Bar’s annual New Year’s Eve dessert treats prepared by Ingber in tandem with pastry chef Januz Noka.
The trio of menus will be served for both lunch and dinner, beginning at 11:30 AM, with the final reservation for dinner at 10:00 PM. For reservations call 212-490-6650, and for more information visit www.oysterbarny.com.
Among the Feast of the Seven Fishes “frutte de mare” highlights are the Insalata di Natale Italian Seafood Salad and Grilled Jumbo Shrimp with Puttanesca Sauce over Spaghettini, two Italian-style mainstays, not to mention the exotic Sea Urchin Gelato, an oft-asked-for dessert. New Year’s Eve entrees include sumptuous seafood specials such as Maine Lobster and Jumbo Shrimp Newburg and Oyster Bar Surf & Turf featuring petite filet mignon and shrimp scampi. The dancing sugarplums on the New Year’s Eve dessert menu include these culinary confections making the Oyster Bar a sugary stop: Espresso Sambuca Crème Brulee, Decadent White & Dark Chocolate Cake with Marinated Mixed Berries, and Jack Daniels Gelato with Spiced Nuts.
The three menus, as well as Sandy Ingber’s recipes for Lobster & Shrimp Newberg and Pasta Fagiole with seared Sea Scallops, are below:
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In addition to chef/owner A.J. Black’s standard dinner menu of new classic Italian fare, enjoy a special Easter Lamb tasting menu on Easter Sunday (April 8). Black has prepared a four-course prix fixe for $65 per person, which allows you to savor lamb in different ways. Dishes include Lamb Milanese, served with heirloom tomatoes […]
Pictured above: Lobby of The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt
Business Class Airfare, Five-Star Hotels, and Chauffeur-Driven Touring From Just $2,799 Per Person Round-Trip Including All Taxes and Fees
Imagine traveling to Ireland in Business Class round-trip on Aer Lingus, staying at five-star hotels across the country, and enjoying private chauffeur-driven touring between cities — all for less than $3,000 per person round-trip for a six-night getaway. This dream trip is now a reality for travelers who book the new "Ultimate Luxury Package" from the Aer Lingus Vacation Store.
A group of four travelers will experience true Irish hospitality with incredible elegance and unparalleled luxury throughout this six-night vacation which includes stays in four of Ireland’s most exclusive properties where many of the world’s famous actors, athletes, politicians, and royalty have stayed: Four Seasons in Dublin, Glenlo Abbey in Galway, Muckross Park Hotel in Killarney, and The Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt. And to make it even more exclusive, the private driver lets travelers see it all in style and comfort!
Here is how the itinerary works:
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Champagne Cuvée Niña
The signature brut is named after one of the Caravelle ships built by Columbus for his voyage to the New World. The multi-vintage cuvée features a blend of 40% chardonnay, 30% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier, with an elegant floral nose and notes of yuzu, white peaches and gingerbread.
We like to start with this one and enjoy it with hor d’oeuvres. Follow it with the elegant Blanc de Blancs and seafood or chicken and finish with the superb Rosé and game, cheese and dessert. If you choose but one, it’s a matter of taste and menu. They are all enchanting.
This beautiful salmon pink Champagne uses the same base blend as Niña with the addition of elegant red wines from well-known appellations such as Aÿ and Bouzy. With a floral and red berry bouquet, the rosé evokes hints of cherry almond, pomegranate and fennel.
Champagne Blanc de Blancs
Made with an exclusive blend of the best chardonnay crus harvested primarily from the Côte des Blancs and aged for three years, this complex wine has an elegant bouquet perfumed with white flowers and a refreshing, lively flavor with notes of citrus and rhubarb.
A glance at the impressive list of restaurants offering La Caravelle Champagnes, including the elite Daniel and Adour, shows that we are not alone in our enthusiasm. It also makes it easy when you are not interested in devoting time to an encyclopedic wine list to remember the name: La Caravelle. As the song says “Easy To Remember, But So Hard To Forget.”
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A perfect break before or after dinner, 1/2 bottle of this gem has a suggested retail price of $35. One sip and you’ll know why Winston Churchill said he could not live without Champagne and spent almost every day of his adult life enjoying his own special cuvee of this bubbly elixir. The […]