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qtsam11 | May 31, 201709:56 AM     14

I liked everyone's insights on the below post regarding Alinea. That post is too old for me to post on so I just thought I'd try again with Elizabeth and see if anyone has opinions there. Having been to over 30 Michelin-starred restaurants, I know sometimes the pairings will 'wow' you and somethings they just don't. I echo some sentiments on the other post about price isn't the only factor, but I expect every pairing to be outstanding. It also doesn't help if it's a $10 bottle at Binny's. So I'm just curious if anyone has done the wine pairings at Elizabeth and, if so, what their recommendation is. There are four of us and we are all big wine drinkers so we are happy to go either way. But if the pairings are not worth it, happy to go by the bottle. Thoughts?

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