The Winery Wows at Restaurant Week
The Winery Restaurant is a longtime establishment and staple of the Downtown culture, over 30 years to be exact. Set in a building that surpasses 90 years old in what used to be a house for a horse drawn carriage fire station, The Winery is an iconic piece of Downtown history.
The Winery attracts guests of all kinds – tourists, first-time guests, and loyal customers. With a reputation such as theirs, its apparent why.
Oysters Rockefeller is the first thing on the Restaurant Week menu – an appetizer that is just as delicious as it looks. This dish was composed of six half shell blue point oysters with spinach, bacon, bread crumbs, and served with Béarnaise sauce.
Baby field greens, sliced strawberries, asparagus spears, feta cheese, pecan granola clusters and ruby red grapefruit made up a refreshing spring salad.
The main course was a sight to behold – Grilled filet of beef tenderloin with a half grilled Canadian lobster tail, complete with dijon horseradish cream.
A parfait was the perfect end cap for this Restaurant Week menu, made up of chocolate mousse, cream, and chopped macadamia nuts on top.
The Winery has a longstanding reputation in Downtown and offers a fantastic experience for any and all who walk through the door. To view their Restaurant Week menu, click here.