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Mouth-watering Menu Paired with Ohio Wines for a Wonderful Evening of Dining Pleasure

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May 30, 2014

Mouth-watering Menu Paired with Ohio Wines for a Wonderful Evening of Dining Pleasure

Do you want to take your spouse or a friend out for a night of fine dining and wine just like you’d get in the big city yet without wait times and a more historic and scenic environment! But where you ask?

Come to Ohio’s getaway location, HideAway Inn bed and breakfast, for our June 7, 2014 gourmet wine dinner! We are celebrating Ohio Wine Month and all the fabulous wine that is made right here in Ohio! Our menu is a delightful four course meal prepared by our new Chef Josh! Each delectable course is paired with an amazing wine from a local Ohio winery.

How does this sound?

First Course –

Pancetta and fig phyllo purse stuffed with goat cheese paired with Versailles' Rodeo Red

Second Course –

Summer salad with mixed greens, strawberries and grapes with a vanilla bean vinaigrette  paired with a Spiced Apple Wine

Third Course –

Braised short ribs with creamy mushroom risotto paired with Kinkead Ridge's Cabernet Sauvignon

Fourth Course –

Spiced apple profiteroles with a creamy caramel sauce paired with Mon Ami's Gewurztraminer

Mouth watering yet?

Learn more about the history and status of Ohio wine and wineries, plus all about our Ohio wine dinner by reading this past dining blog. Learn about our fine dining options and our Leaning Oak Bistro and Wine Bar on our website. We have over 100 wine varietals and a climate controlled historic wine cellar.

HideAway Country Inn, located in mid Ohio and a scenic drive from anywhere in Ohio, looks forward to hearing from you, so please call our reservation specialist today at (800) 570-8233 to save your seat for this wonderful wine dinner. Be sure to check out our quaint, comfortable, and even romantic lodging for the night as well and make it a complete getaway adventure!

*Red Wine Photo: http://www.centralohiowine.com/*Wine on Barrel Photo Credit: Found on ohiohoneywine.homestead.com

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