Bonny Doon/Moss Beach Distillery

Bonny Doon is all over the winery/local restaurant dinners these days. This time -- in Half Moon Bay at the Moss Beach Distillery. 10 November 2004. Three seatings: 5:30 pm, 6:15 pm or 7:00 pm. Call 650-728-5595 for reservations. And you can even peek at the menu!

The Chef
MBD Chef Brian Barisione will create a feast using the freshest seafood, hand-made pasta, and prime aged beef.

The Winemaker
BDV Creative Director and former Winemaker, John Locke will charm you with his witty anecdotes and a look into the alternate Dooniverse that is Bonny Doon Vineyard.

The Honored Guest?
Perhaps the famed Blue Lady, the well-documented ghost of Moss Beach Distillery will grace us with her presence. This is an event not to be missed!

Moss Beach Distillery. 140 Beach Way, Moss Beach 94038

WHEN: Wednesday, November 10, 2004

COST: $85 per person, plus tax and gratuity

CALL TODAY FOR RESERVATIONS! Call with your choice of seating times at 5:30 pm, 6:15 pm or 7:00 pm 650-728-5595

Grilled Prawn Lemon Grass Soup
Pacific Rim Dry Riesling 2003

Seared Sea Scallops with Vanilla Bean Beurre Blanc
Le Cigare Blanc 2003

Gnocchi with Fire Roasted Red Pepper Puree and Pancetta
Ca‚ del Solo Sangiovese 2003

Grilled Natural Center Cut Prime New York Steak crusted in Szechwan peppercorns and served with heirloom tomato jam
Cardinal Zin 2003

Red and Gold Raspberry Tart - a rustic tart served with a dark chocolate chantilly cream

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Posted by shock on November 05, 2004 | TrackBack

Me, my wife and a couple of my friends decided to spend a long relxing day at this place (heard it had a good view). I called in and made a reservation. We traveled from San Jose especially just to get into THIS place. We were 5 min. late and had been asked how long do we need to finish our meal, because they have a TIME LIMIT of 1 1/2 hours per each table. That means they expect you to swallow your meal (which is just a regular Carows like + seafood), pay near $300 and free the table.
We turned around drove to the next exit and visited a small, but cosy Fish House place. Sat there until 11pm and paid $200 for four persons (including wine, beer etc...). Left home very happy and forgot about this unpleasant experience.

Just for the note: This is one of those places that got that BS ghost story. Because of that they feel like 3x their prices and treat you like THEY DO YOU A FAVOR FOR LETTING YOU IN THEIR RESTAURANT.

Posted by: Alex on September 6, 2005 11:32 AM
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