I know I don’t usually blog on a Friday, but it’s almost time for the November Winemaker’s Dinner and last night I had a dream about receiving some table scraps. Below you will find all of the information for the dinner and how you can get a seat. They won’t let dogs (or yellow four-legged humans as I like to think of myself) in restaurants so I won’t be seeing you there. I’ve added a few photos from last time too.
Sarah and ToniMarie have been working on a menu that is sure to delight any palate. Make your reservations now to ensure availability for this popular event. The dinner is scheduled for Thursday, November 6th at 7pm at Macaluso’s Restaurant, 1257 E. Catawissa Street, Nesquehoning, PA
Welcome Wine: Holiday Spice
First Course: Eggplant cheesecake served with fresh tomato and basil, paired with Crooked Stick Red
Second Course: Roasted butternut squash risotto garnished with fried calamari, paired with Stone Cellar Gruner Veltliner
Third Course: ToniMarie’s Autumn-inspired salad, paired with Riesling
Fourth Course: Roasted pork loin stuffed with wild mushrooms, veal sausage and sundried cherries accompanied by Swiss chard, paired with Stone Cellar Chambourcin
Fifth Course: Decadently dark chocolate surprise (at Sarah’s request), paired with Raspberry
The dinner is $70 per person, plus tax and includes gratuity. Payment is required at time of reservation. Reservations may be made by calling the winery (570) 386-3682 during normal business hours.
Make a night of it and stay at ToniMarie’s Lantern Hotel for just $65 for the night. This is a special wine dinner only rate. For more information on the hotel
Macaluso’s is located at 1257 East Catawissa Street (Rt. 209), Nesquehoning, PA 18240
If you are planning to come to our MAX the MINI event this weekend, you can get more information or make your reservation right at the winery. For more info on MAX the MINI and what’s needed, please scroll back to my post from Wednesday. Thanks.
posted on October 24th, 2014 by Kathy SpeakingforClem
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