there on a Saturday, and we are very pleased that we did.
Side of roasted fingerling potatoes.
Our server was Hunter, who was very attentive and professional. I ordered a glass of Rosato to start. Michael needed to wait until he had something in his stomach, to which we were given fresh bread that was made by the winemaker (say what??), along with some of their estate grown olive oil. Yum!! We ordered our entries which were the house made burger and a cured salmon sandwich with a side of fingerling potatoes (see below for full descriptions).
TIME VISITED: 02/04/2017, 12:00:00 PM
roaring, which made it nice and cozy. We were offered a table by the windows, which looked out
They do have an outdoor patio as well, but with the weather being rainy, it was not a viable option. The inside dining area is very, very nice, with a huge stone fire place and gigantic hurricanes on either side of it. The fire was
What we drank:
Paired my salmon with their Rosato.
One of the best things about Paso, (minus the whole great wine and people thing) is the food! There are a lot of restaurants to choose from and we’ve been to quite a few of them. There was one on our radar, which is Niner’s relatively new dining room. We chose this past trip to have lunch
to their Heart Hill - oh so beautiful.
Now that we had some food in our stomachs, it was time to go wine tasting!! So, we walked into the adjacent tasting room, and moseyed up to the bar where Rachel took care of us from there…and we were in for quite a treat! Be sure to check out our Niner blog to learn more about their awesome tasting room.
THIS JUST IN! -The Restaurant at Niner just made Food & Wine's 2017 list of the Best Winery Restaurants in America!
What we ate:
Burger, truffle tremor, butter lettuce, onion jam, and black pepper aioli.
Beet cured salmon sandwich, watercress, onion, horseradish aioli, and seeded wheat levain. Homemade bread (made by winemaker) and estate grown olive oil.
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