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Friday Night Dinner Takeout – Strip Steak, Swordfish, Salmon and More

Friday Night Dinner Takeout 

Chef Simon is offering Friday Night Dinner Takeout. View the menu here, which features The Carlton’s best-sellers, Filet Mignon, Scallops, Mediterranean Salmon, and more … including (of course) the famous Carlton House Salad!

Please place your order online or by calling 412-391-3993 before Thursday at 5pm. When placing your order online through the Eadie’s site, select Friday after 4pm as your pickup date to see the full menu.

Curbside dinner pickup will take place Friday between 4-6pm, you choose the time! With appetizers, entrees and dessert options, you can turn an ordinary Friday night into a spectacular at-home date night, without even turning on the oven


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Wine Tasting, August 29 at 6:30 p.m.

Virtual tasting organic and biodynamic wines

 


Lee Kuehn from Vintage Imports will host a Virtual Wine Tasting featuring a selection of organic and biodynamic wines from Savio Soares Selections. We look forward to sampling this unique selection with you!

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On Saturday, August 29, Lee Kuehn from Vintage Imports will host a Virtual Wine Tasting featuring a selection of wines from Savio Soares Selections. 

The focus of the tasting will be organic, biodynamic and natural wines from small, family-owned wineries in Spain and Germany. The wineries do not use pesticides or chemicals in the vineyards.  A common checklist from the wineries reads: no additives, preserving agents, cultured yeasts or filtration, and, oftentimes, no added sulfites.

We will taste through 3 unique wines from Spain and Germany.  Including Spatburgunder (pinot noir) from Germany and two very interesting wines from Catalunya in Spain. The Rose is an “Orange de Noir” made from 70% Sumoll Negre and 30% Xarel-lo Vermell. The last red wine is 100% sumoll Negre.

This is a fantastic opportunity to sample three different wines from two iconic wine-growing regions, as well as dive into the world of natural and organic wine. I found all of these wines to be very interesting and I look forward to sharing these hard-to-find selections with you!

Join us on Saturday, August 29, over Zoom to sample and discuss these wines!