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Chef Christopher Gross to Host Wine Dinner at Christopher's and Crush Lounge

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Looks like some busy days ahead for Christopher Gross, chef and owner of Christopher's and Crush Lounge in Central Phoenix.

In addition to his ongoing participation in helping to overhaul the Wrigley Mansion and participating in Arizona Restaurant Week, the James Beard Award-winner is also hosting a wine dinner starting at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 20th.

The four course dinner includes top-notch dishes like petite salad of foie gras mousse with cherries and cassoulet of duck with merguez.

For the complete menu and details, follow the jump.

Menu

Reception Chalk Hill Sauvignon Blanc

Amuse Bouche

1st Course Petite Salad of Foie Gras Mousse with Cherries Cantina di Custoza Trebbiano

2nd Course Grilled Angler Fish with Roasted Vegetables and Sauce Grenache Domaine de la Pertuissane "La Nain Violet"

Main Course Cassoulet of Duck with Merguez Cristom Syrah

Dessert Warm Plum Tart with Spiced Sorbet

Wine Dinner at Christopher's and Crush Lounge 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 20 $55 Per Person (tax and gratuity additional) For reservations call 602-522-2344 or e-mail christophersaz@gmail.com

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