I was rereading Jeffrey Steingarten's excellent "It Must've Been Something I Ate" (Knopf, New York, 2002) and ran across this passage: "I had flown to Tampa for the beef. Incidentally, the wine list is the largest in the world, offering more than 7,000 choices backed up by a half-million bottles. There are 385 dessert wines alone and, to my delight, 160 wines by the glass. 'Wine Spectator' loves Bern's."
So, my question is, where is this list of 7,000 choices? The wine list that they have on the table is modest in size and contains far fewer than 7,000 choices.