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Romeo's Euro Café Presents

Monday, September 25th, 2006
6:30 P.M.

Goat cheese, Guava and Quince paste, kalamata and roasted red pepper puree, smoked oysters, whole wheat pita bread, sweet chili sauce and black caraway seeds.
V.B. Shiraz Australia
Lively raspberry, citrus tones give way to bright, juicy, pure fruit finish balanced by slightly dusty ripe tannins.

Il Monzetto
Cherry tomatoes, English cucumber, red and green onions, roasted peppers, dikon radishes, spicy grits covered escargot, over red leaf lettuce with a garlic, grape vine dressing.
Lodi Zinfandel
Soft, round, spicy and jammy with voluptuous overtones of plums and blueberries.

Lamb chops encrusted with wasabi peas, ratatouille and sweet potato fries, and balsamic reduction.
Cabernet Franc Sonoma County
The Cabernet Franc has an approachable elegance that sheer Cabernet Sauvignon lacks. Then there are its seductive overtones of raspberries, violets, olives and smoke.

Smoky, leathery, jammy, black cherry and boysenberry scents, which are classic for the Syrah grape variety.

$40 + tax & gratuity
R.S.V.P. 480-962-4224, Romeo@Eurocafe.com

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