Melting Pot: Wine tasting dinner

5/20/2008:

Last week, Hoboken411 got to sample an exquisite bottle of wine over at The Melting Pot. This week, you can participate in the first-ever Wine Tasting Dinner. Four-courses, and more excellent wine to enjoy. RSVP soon, seating is limited. Thursday, May 22, 2008 starting at 7pm.

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Wine Dinner

You are cordially invited to our first wine tasting dinner at the Melting Pot of Hoboken. Enjoy a four course fondue dinner with five carefully selected outstanding Super Tuscany wines to enhance each course.

Cheese Course:
Caribbean Cheese fondue featuring Peppadew peppers paired with Rotoloni Trento Sparkling Rose

Salad:
Caribbean Salad featuring fresh chopped Mango’s paired with Mezzacorrona Pinot Grigio

Entrée:
Fondue Fusion featuring Jerk Marinated Sirloin, succulent Lobster tail, and choice cut Filet Mignon medallion’s paired with Mezzacorrona Pinot Noir.

Dessert:
Banana’s Foster featuring Dolce De Leche caramel cream, bananas, and cinnamon paired with a great Italian dessert wine

Date: Thursday May 22, 2008
Time: 7:00pm
Price: $85/pp

Fonduely Yours,

Isaac Alexander
General Manager
201-222-1440
meltingpothoboken@hotmail.com
Seats are limited so please call as soon as possible to make a reservation

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18 Comments on "Melting Pot: Wine tasting dinner"


MF
Member
8 years 4 months ago

…given the quality of course. in other words, it’s good quality food for the price of great food. i wish that weren’t so because it would be a wonderful option in the JC/Hoboken area; disappointing.

MF
Member
8 years 4 months ago

i think that porto leggero is not as well positioned as scaleni or il mundo. it is too expensive.

tiffany2288
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tiffany2288
8 years 4 months ago

I work in JC and Porto Leggero’s food is awesome. I have lunch there at least once a week.

uptown girl
Member
8 years 4 months ago

[quote comment=”83663″]this is a very good place, its owned by the same people that own scalini fideli, its expensive but very nice for a special occasion, plus you can stay on this side of the river[/quote]
I wonder if Michael’s wife is the pastry chef here, as she was years ago at Il Mondo and later at the original Scalini Fidleli. Their desserts were so good I asked him if she would make our wedding cake, alas she declined.

potatochip
Member
8 years 4 months ago

[quote comment=”83651″]i ate at porto leggero in jersey city last weekend, its located in the harborside area, really no need to go to ny for top notch italian food[/quote]

this is an excellent place. i used to work at plaza 5 in jc and it was perfect for a glass of wine after work or treating clients to a great meal. the owner is fantastic and truly cares about his customers. love, love, love this place!!!

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