An a la carte menu will be available, too
The tables are set for a wonderful evening down on Cushing Street.
The Coronet has teamed up with Tablas Creek Vineyard for a multi-course wine pairing dinner from 5 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, March 3.
The limited-time meal is being served alongside the regular menu, too. However, if you’re feeling the pull toward this multi-course dinner you’re in for a treat. The wine educator and Tablas Creek national sales representative, Darren Delmore, has handpicked four glasses of wine that’ll pair perfectly with each course.
Seats are $145 per person and that includes all courses and all glasses of wine. Plus, if you’d rather not have every course, there’s going to be a la carte options as well.
You can reserve your seat online and then be sure to include “TABLAS” in the notes.
Wine Pairing Dinner Menu
- Thai Mussels – with lemongrass coconut milk fumet, Thai chili, edamame, green chickpeas, torn fresh herbs, and Barrio toast
- Paired with the Roussanne 2018
- Confit of Duck Leg – with griddled brioche, cherry mostarda, and crumbled goat cheese
- Paired with the Patelin De Tablas Blanc 2018
- Roasted Maitake Mushrooms – with orange braised pork, smoked pork broth, bitter greens, and roasted turnip
- Paired with the Patelin De Tablas 2019
- Venison – with fondant potato, rapini, artichoke, charred onion-blackberry puree, and pumpernickel pecan crumb
- Paired with the Esprit De Tablas 2018
- Tackroom Chocolate Mousse Truffle
A La Cart Menu
- Venison ($46) – with fondant potato, rapini, artichoke, charred onion-blackberry puree, and pumpernickel pecan crumb
- Roussanne Paso Robles 2018
- Three-ounce for $12, six-ounce for $24, and $48 for a bottle to-go
- Patelin De Tablas Blanc Paso Robles 2018
- Three-ounce for $7, six-ounce for $14, and $21 for a bottle to-go
- Patelin De Tablas Red Paso Robles 2020
- Three-ounce for $10, six-ounce for $20, and $30 for a bottle to-go
- Esprit De Tablas Adelaida District 2018
- Three-ounce for $15, six-ounce for $30, and $75 for a bottle to-go
Tablas Creek Vineyard began its journey back in 1989 out of Paso Robles, California. They make 15 to 20 wines a year and it’s with the help of the four-legged residents on the farm — a mobile herd of sheep, alpacas, and guard donkeys that eat unwanted weeds and fertilize the soil.
The Coronet is located at 198 W. Cushing St. For more information, visit coronettucson.com or call (520) 222-9889.
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