Your Invite: 3 Courses + Wine at The Boston Deli – Monday Night!

By on July 22, 2010

We at Tulsa Food would like to invite you to a special Monday night Dinner event. Next week, we plan to kick off the beginning of the week with the Progressive Wine Dinner at the Boston Deli. Many of you have been to The Boston Deli and know that they serve up a unique variety of memorable and delicious dishes. Bottom line is…this place is not your average deli.

Mark your calendars for Monday Night (July 26th) and be sure to make reservations by calling (918) 492-4745.

Check out the menu below and before you get stuck day-dreaming…pick up the phone and join us this Monday night! Don’t Miss It!!!!!  Here are a few pictures from one of the past Progressive Wine Dinners…

1st Course:
Food Pairing: Applewood Seared Rare Tuna Salad Nicoise w/ New Mexico Dressing, Green Beans, Boiled Egg, Sweet Potato, English Cucumber, Grilled Peach and Cotija Cheese
Wine: 2009 Mourvedre Rose Contra Costa County – Ancient vine series

2nd Course:
Food Pairing: Grilled Vegetable Stack, Portobello, Roasted Pablano, Zucchini, Eggplant, Roasted Red Bell, Yellow Squash, layered w /Ricotta & Fresh Basil
Wine: 2008 Cashmere California

3rd Course:
Food Pairing: Pecanwood Roasted Boneless Beef Short Ribs on Sweet Potato Risotto w/Herbs & light Beef reduction Sauce, Shaved Manchego Cheese
Wine: 2007 Cool Climate Syrah Sonoma Coast

Dessert:
Lemon Scented Pannacotta w/ Watermelon Sorbet, Local Blueberry’s & Mint

Progressive Wine Dinner
Monday July 26, 2010
6:00 pm – 8 ish
Reservations Only (918) 492-4745
$50 per person

The Boston Deli
6231 East 61st St. South
Tulsa, OK 74136-2120
(918) 492-4745
www.thebostondeli.com

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TulsaFood.com was founded 6 years ago by Brian McCullough because he had a love of food. What started as a blog where normal everyday people dined out and posted about their experiences has grown into a legitimate food publication with professional chefs and writers, each with a unique culinary and educational background to pull from.

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