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Quote: Originally Posted by gdl203 In my experience, you open the guests' bottles after the already opened host bottle(s) are finished. This can mean that you don't get to open it at all that same night, in which case you make sure to open it and put it on the table the next time they're over. This is my preferred way to handle it too. Naturally I've already picked wine to go to whatever I serve, but not appreciating gifts as gdl203 mentions...
Quote: Originally Posted by Piobaire If that Spatburgunder is like the one I've discovered, think very light drinking rose, not Pinot Noir. You have to figure, someone with some background designed that wine list. Don't you think they'd tend to stock wines to go with the chef's tasting menu? I appreciate wine lists, but sushi is fast food to me. Ordering "ordinary" wine, not sake with sushi is as incongruous to me as red wine with pizza; I...
Quote: Originally Posted by kwilkinson Pinot w/ sushi? +1, wouldn't dream of it, well nightmares possibly.
Quote: Originally Posted by gomestar Here is a question. I'm going out for some sushi tonight (Chef's tasting menu) ... but what should I get to drink? Lets figure $60 for two people, any guidance would be superb. This is the place. Cold sake and beer, I also like to finish off with some Shochu.
Quote: Originally Posted by ljrcustom Thanks for the info. I just checked out the site. I am not a big fan of the selection that is currently available. Hopefully they will be getting in some more soon. Is ASW my option in the US. -LR I believe there is a trunk show of Neapolitan goods a few times per year in N.Y. where a few members have bought Cappelli ties.
I like single and double reverse pleats, with slight bias towards single. Methinks they're more comfortable than flat fronts and also make for a nicer silhouette overall.
Quote: Originally Posted by mr monty Bespoke trousers are made for your waist and don't need a belt. You are correct in your thinking. +1. Belts can however lend some contrast, item of interest to an outfit.
Quote: Originally Posted by NOBD Is rain really a problem for suede if you just give it enough time to dry, and after that a little brush? Edit: check #5 in this Santoni booklet: Quote: Originally Posted by fritzl not at all. it's just sf group... +1. Been wearing suede boots most of the past winter (rain, snow, salt - you name it) without any issues at all. I actually prefer suede to calf when it's...
Terrific photos! Many thanks for sharing.
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