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I'll Have a Little Wine With That Peekytoe Crab

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Voice Restaurant in the Hotel Icon (220 Main Street) has come up with another special dinner, a five-course tasting menu and wine pairing for $75 a person on January 21. This time they are teaming up with Axel Schug of Schug Cameros Estate Winery in California.

Here's the menu from Executive Chef Michael Kramer, Pastry Chef Charles Allen and Wine Director Todd Leveritt:

Maine Peekytoe Crab (Meyer lemon, avocado, micro citrus blend) with 2007 Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County Day Boat Scallop (baby turnip, orange-fennel, dijon emulsion) with 2007 Chardonnay, Carneros Brioche Stuffed Quail (celeric puree, abalone mushroom, black pepper sauce) with 2007 Pinot Noir, Carneros Roast Saddle of Lamb (Israeli couscous, butternut squash, roast garlic sauce) with 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma Valley Chocolate Curry Cake with coconut ice cream.

Reservations can be made by calling Ludovic Poirier 713-224-4266 ext.4478 or emailing lpoirier@destinationhotels.com.

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