Hello all. The menus at both places are full of stuff that sounds great... any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
My group will be doing the 4 or 5 course prix fixe at Telepan, if that helps. I'm a recently converted vegetarian who now endeavors to eat everything- but I'm taking a while to warm up to seafood. (Everything tastes fishy if you haven't eaten fish in 15 yers... I'm working on it)
Also, if anyone is familiar with the wine list at Telepan and has any great picks for inexpensive bottles of red (under 50, if that's do-able), I would love to hear.