Inside the Gulfshore's Dining Scene
Hemingway’s Wine Dinner Offers Four Delicious Courses A wine dinner is often the best bargain for sampling a restaurant’s finer cuisine and upscale wines. It’s also a great opportunity to make new friends. Hemingway’s Island Grill at Coconut Point in Estero, popular for its family-friendly price point and Caribbean cuisines, is offering its first Four-Course Wine Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, July 29—a $65 value for $34.95 per person. Hemingway's Island Grill at Coconut Point The dinner will start with baby lamb chops with smoked paprika and warm hummus, paired with Bearboat Pinot Noir. For the second course, Hogue Chardonnay Reserve 2006 will accompany grilled zucchini, onion and shaved ricotta salata over mixed greens with cherry-Dijon vinaigrette. The...
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