Pairing tips from an expert of the regionMove over, Bordeaux. Georgia is a new player in the cutthroat world of contemporary vino. Nestled right at the border of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, the country has one foot in Middle Eastern culinary traditions and the other in European gastronomy. With cuisine from the East Village’s Oda House and a crash course in Georgian Wine 101 from winemaker John Wurdeman, you’ll be mixin’ and matchin’ varietals and gourmet grub in no time.
Check out some highlights from the standout menu:
-lamb shish-kebab served with baked potatoes
-pan roasted corn bread with homemade Georgian cheese, served with traditional walnut sauce
-eggplant, minced spinach and leek rolls with ground walnuts, herbs, Georgian spices
Seated dining. Over 21s only. Please note that tax and gratuity are included in your ticket price.