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Tuesday, October 14, 2008 

The Wine Cask's "Economic Bailout Menu"

Even in Santa Barbara, the "so-called" American Riviera, we are hurting economically. Perhaps sensing that we often seek solace in a well-priced, delicious meal, The Wine Cask is presenting what they are calling "The Economic Bailout Menu", a three course prix fixe meal at $49 per person available Sunday thru Thursday.

First Course
  • Autumn Greens Salad asian pears, candied pecans, endive, cabrales cheese,white balsamic vinaigrette
  • Roasted Eggplant Soup greek yogurt, toybox tomatoes, basil emulsion
  • Eastern Bass cranberry beans, haricot verts, heirloom tomatoes,lemon verbena fumet
  • Organic Chicken Breast caramelized salsify, autumn spice grapes,grana padano risotto, tarragon jus
  • Red Wine Braised Short Rib heirloom tomato salad, potato puree,stilton mousse,sauce bordelaise
  • Coffee Pot de Crème vanilla bean shortbread
  • Daily selection of Sorbets & Gelatos
Oh, yummy! Don't hesitate to book your reservation through OpenTable!

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I might require an economic bailout if I took advantage of this offer enough times to try every entree on that menu. Sounds great, but that's still my "special-occasion-price-range".

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