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Old 06-22-2007, 05:50 PM   #11
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Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Geebs!!!!!!!!!

You know they are going to have some sort of special that will blow the whole menu you've already chosen for yourself !!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-22-2007, 06:17 PM   #12
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happy anniversary

these sound interesting

Costate di Vitello
Braised Veal Shortribs with Balsamic Vinegar and Baby Arugula

Insalata agli Agrumi
Citrus Segments, Shaved Fennel
and Mint


Risotto
Spicy Crab Risotto with Tomato, Basil and Mint

Maiale Arrostito
Slow-roasted Heritage Breed Pork with an Apricot Mostarda

Asparagi Arrostiti
Roasted Asparagus
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Old 06-22-2007, 06:25 PM   #13
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Interesting that so far, many people have opted for the pork entree. In the restaurants I've worked in, pork was usually one of the more least popular entrees.
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Old 06-22-2007, 06:42 PM   #14
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Interesting that so far, many people have opted for the pork entree. In the restaurants I've worked in, pork was usually one of the more least popular entrees.
pork has long received a bad rep
but when done nicely and most times with a sweet and sour or sweet and spicy edge it does do nicely
i sell alot of pork
more chicken but enough pork to do my food cost good
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Old 06-22-2007, 07:06 PM   #15
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Capesante 25
Day Boat Scallops with Caperberries and Meyer Lemon


Tiramisł 10
Tiramisł with Mascarpone Cheese
and homemade Ladyfingers flavored with Kahlua & Myers Dark Rum
*1972 Toro Albola, Don PX, Montillo, Spain 12



Have a wonderful romantic night together!!
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Old 06-22-2007, 07:18 PM   #16
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Yo Geebs! Congratulations, especially to the "Missus" for putting up with ya!

Don't see how one could go wrong with anything here! Me? I would order something that "swims'

Enjoy and Have Fun!!
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Old 06-22-2007, 07:23 PM   #17
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Happy Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. GB..
we could probably feed you bread and water and you'd never even notice.. But what ever you've chosen, enjoy every bite and know we are wishing you both the best of all things. Salute!

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Old 06-22-2007, 08:59 PM   #18
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Happy, happy anniversary, you two! You have a lot to celebrate this year! May you have many, many more wonderful years ahead!

And I'd order one of everything!!! The restaurant looks wonderful!
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Arancini 7
Fried Saffron Risotto Balls filled
with Prosciutto and Fontina

Insalata agli Agrumi 10
Citrus Segments, Shaved Fennel
and Mint




Chitarra 12
Thin cut Pasta with Lamb Sausage, Rosemary, Tomatoes and Goat Cheese


OR


Maiale Arrostito 25
Slow-roasted Heritage Breed Pork with an Apricot Mostarda


And last but not least:


Bruschetta di Prugne 10
Brown Sugar Glazed Roasted Plums
on Brioche Crostino with Vanilla Gelato


Or the cheese assortment and a nice muscat or port.






CONGRATS on the Anniversary!
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OK, I now have time to look at the menu - here is what I would order:

Carciofi
Baby Artichokes with Mint,
Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Sea Salt
(or the chef's antipasto - call me crazy)

Insalata agli Agrumi
Citrus Segments, Shaved Fennel
and Mint

(oops, I forgot a course)
Garganelli
Garganelli Pasta with Zucchini Blossoms, Basil and Whole Milk Ricotta

Orratta
Whole roasted Orratta with Cipollini Onions and Baby Mustard Greens

FORMAGGI

And I would take no less than about 3 1/2 hours to complete this dinner.
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