A Guide to Wine in the Corridor

A Guide to Wine in the CorridorWine is one of my favorite indulges, and a proper wine and food pairing can’t be beat. These wine experts in Addison have extensive wine lists, exquisite food and wine pairings, and an upscale environment.

Let the Readers’ Choice Awards Winner for favorite bartender pour you a glass of wine at Table 13. The grand piano sets the scene with nightly performances by Dallas’s favorite artists including David Slater, Melani Skybell, and the Marc Touissant Combo. Enjoy a classic such as Beef Wellington or Filet Mignon paired with a dry red, such as a Cabernet Sauvignon or a Pinot Noir.

Antonio Ristorante has you covered with fresh, authentic Italian cuisine with a French twist and an extensive wine list that is sure to impress even the pickiest wine lovers. The menu stays updated with seasonal items, farm-fresh ingredients, and daily specials. Try Antonio’s Carbonara, Fettuccine pasta tossed in a cream sauce with black pepper, onions, and white wine, and topped with a poached egg and pancetta paired with a Sauvignon Blanc by the glass or bottle.

Pane Vino Osteria‘s wine list including reds of Italy, and both reds and whites of the world, offering visitors plenty to choose from. Their food menu is filled with Italian favorites to pair with a properly poured glass of wine. Try the fresh mozzarella and tomato crostini to start, then enjoy a rich pasta dish such as the Spicy Pork Sausage Rigatoni or the Pappardelle Bolognese paired with an Italian red.

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