We’re excited the Society of Women Engineers Regional Conference in will be in Ann Arbor March 10-12. Six hundred women will be attending this conference and each will be given a $15 Main Street Area Association gift certificate.
Attendees will have free time on Friday, March 10 to explore our downtown and will be making their way to our neighborhood to use their certificates. Join us at Vinology for our amazing brunch or happy hour, and let us show you the best dining experience in Ann Arbor!
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Vinology has long been committed to our seasonally fresh, food-forward menu. Chef elaborates on that strategy in another new video.
Come in and see what’s new!
Chef Adam Galloway’s Valentine’s Weekend specials will be offered February 10-14. Don’t miss these amazing additions to our regular menu:
Lobster Bisque – sweet potato frites, chive oil
Foie Gras – liver mousse, madeira gelee, chestnut bread pudding, huckleberry
Scallops – celery root puree, baby beets, escarole, horseradish, celery leaf, caviar
8 oz Filet of Beef – black truffle gratin, parsnip, chanterelle puree, asparagus, cippolini onion, sauce bordelaise
Coffee & Chocolate – flourless chocolate torte, espresso foam, hazelnut soil, coffee ice cream, caramel, white chocolate deco
Make your reservation now, either online or by calling 734-222-9841.
‘Tis the season of entertaining! Many of us enjoy holiday celebrations out on the town around this time of year, and many of us are intimidated when it comes to ordering wine to share with the table. Our very own John Jonna explains the basics in our latest “At the Bar” vlog. Watch and learn all you need to know to order wine while dining out, like a pro!
One of the most fun elements of our upcoming Black Wine Night events, offered on October 19 and October 26, is the blind wine tasting. Each of the dinner’s five courses is served with a specially-chosen wine… poured in a black glass from a bottle whose label is concealed by a black cloth. Throughout the meal, attendees will be encouraged to guess which wine they’re tasting; wines will be revealed at the end of the night.
Guessing the right wines can be made a little easier by understanding varietals, a concept that can be intimidating but really just means understanding that where grapes are grown impacts a wine’s texture and taste. We love this handy online resource for learning more about varietals as well as which wines pair well with specific foods and other wine info.
Want to test your blind tasting accuracy before Black Wine Night? Check out the exams that Master Sommeliers have to pass to be certified by the Court of Master Sommeliers. There are two exams: One for whites and one for reds.
Vinology’s master mixologist serves up Cocktails 101 in our new vlog series. Learn about our locally-sourced spirits and coffee, signature cocktails, and more on YouTube channel.
In episode one, mixologist Mark prepares our signature High Wind cocktail!
Join Our Sister Restaurant, The Bird & The Bread, for Beer Versus Wine, Fighting for the Best Beverage
We’re looking forward to pitting beer against wine at our sister restaurant, The Bird & The Bread, on September 22. Both beverages will be paired with Chef Adams’ food; you’ll enjoy a five-course meal, each course paired with a beer and a wine. Our experts will explain the strategy behind the pairing. At the end of the night, guests will vote for who they think is best.
Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7 p.m.
Cost is $75 per person + tax and gratuity if purchased in advance.
Chef has created an amazing $25 two course menu for Easter!
Come celebrate Easter and enjoy bottomless mimosas with these great dishes: