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Champagne Chef's Table Dinner at Café Zuzu

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At Hotel Valley Ho's Café Zuzu, diners don't have to wait until New Year's Eve to toast the holiday season with champagne. On Monday, December 10, the restaurant will host its annual Champagne Chef's Table. The evening begins with a Belvedere cocktail reception in the lounge at 6:30, followed by dinner at 7.

A four-course meal with champagne pairings will be served, featuring Maine lobster and ahi, kale salad with a crisp butternut crepe, roast tenderloin of beef, and ricotta cheesecake. The meal is $68 per person pus tax and gratuity. For reservations, call 480-421-7997.

The Menu

Maine Lobster + Ahi swiss chard + sweet pea cream Chandon Etoile Rose

Kale Salad crisp butternut crepe, pear + meyer lemon vinaigrette Moet & Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc '03

Roast Tenderloin of Beef roasted cipollini onions, crispy sweetbreads + oyster mushrooms Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut

Ricotta Cheesecake strawberry + blood orange compote Belevedere Lemon Berri-Tini

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