- Thursday September 19, 2013
- Cafe L'Europe 431 St. Armands Circle, Sarasota, FL 34236
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- Cafe L'Europe
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- $20 pp
L’Europe UnCorked! Wine Tasting, Thursday, September 19 5 to 6:30 pm • $20 per person Join the staff of Café L’Europe for an inspirational evening discovering fifteen great wines from around the world. This month’s wine tasting takes guests to Spain, Germany, California and Washington State. Stroll from table to table, sampling specially selected estate-bottled wines and tasting light appetizers prepared by the L’Europe culinary team. Case pricing on all featured wines, mixed or matched. Reservations are required, please call: 941-388-4415. The iconic Sarasota eatery on St. Armands Circle is the perfect spot to relax, sample some amazing wines, and stay for dinner! This is the last month of our European Summer Passport dinner series. We started in Hungary, traveled to Italy, France and Greece, and now, we’re finishing our epicurean journey in Germany. Our summer dinner series features a three-course, prix-fixe menu for only $35 per person. Come for drinks, stay for dinner!
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