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Feast of the Seven Fishes
December 1-24

a box filled with different types of food on a plate

The Feast of the Seven Fishes is an important Italian-American Christmas custom. This dinner traditionally occurs on Christmas Eve, but we will be celebrating the feast for the twenty-four days leading up to Christmas.

Smoked Salmon Bruschetta

Mascarpone, julienne cucumber, everything bagel seasoning
Riesling, Noble House • Mosel, Germany ‘21 
A balanced Riesling, hallmarked by its lively acidity and minerality and complimented by flavors of ripe peach and citrus fruits.  

Cod Fritters

Tartar sauce
Pinot Grigio, Famiglie • Veneto, Italy ‘21 
Crisp and dry with vibrant notes of citrus, honeydew melon, nectarine, spices and wildflowers.

Butter Poached Lobster 

Butternut squash risotto, potato crisp
Chardonnay, JJ Vincent • Burgundy, France ‘20
Clean pale yellow color with green reflections. The nose is fresh and fruit forward with clean lemon and orange zest flavors. Ripe and round aftertaste that balances the lively acidity.   

Octopus Ceviche

Grilled lime wedges, wood spice
Sauvignon Blanc, Dashwood • Marlborough, New Zealand ‘21 
Passion fruit, ripe peach and lime curd aromas with plenty of energy. Leads to a palate that is packed with bright and zesty tropical fruit flavors.

Garlic Shrimp

Crostini, parsley
Chardonnay, Bravium • Russian River, California ‘21
Brilliant medium gold color. Honey, pear, apple, pineapple, lemon oil, and white flowers aromas. Well balanced structure of vanilla and oak. 

Frutti di Mare

Clams, mussels, shrimp, squid ink pasta
Albarino, Condessa • Rías Baixas, Spain ‘20 
Brilliant pale golden color. Copious apples and pears balanced with bright acidity.

Grilled Swordfish

Eggplant caponata
Chenin Blanc, Beaumont • Beaumont, South Africa ‘21 
Green melon, apple, and delicate apricot blossom aromas on the nose. Palate has fresh green apple and pineapple flavors with a hint of wood spice.


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