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Noca Seafood Tasting Next Thursday

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Another tasting is coming up at Noca, the modern American cuisine establishment in Central Phoenix. And this time, things are getting fishy.

Next Thursday, June 30, Noca will host a seafood tasting dinner of renown seafood purveyor, Ingrid Bengis, who, in addition to Noca, provides seafood to some of the nation's top restaurants such as The French Laundry in Yountville, California, and Le Bernardin in New York City.

Get the scrumptious seafood menu and details after the jump.

First Course Marinated Heirloom Tomato & Peekytoe Crab Salad Tomato Gelée, Basil Foam, Pine Nuts, Roasted Garlic

Schloss Gobelsburg "Gobelsburger" Gruner Veltliner 2009

Second Course Linguilini Mussels, Smoked Tomato Broth

Valle Reale "Cerasuolo" Montepulciano D'Abruzzo Rosato 2009

Third Course Herb Crusted Halibut Iitoi Onions, Savoy Spinach, Whipped Potatoes, Saffron Nage

Terredora di Paolo Fiano di Avellino 2009

Dessert Peppermint & Chocolate Chocolate Peppermint Gelato, Chocolate Ganache, Chocolate Crumble, Candied Mint

Dashe Late Harvest Zinfandel 2008

The seafood tasting dinner is $55 per person and wine pairings are an additional $20.

An eight course omakase is available for $100 per person and wine pairings are an additional $45 (offered during the 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. seatings only)

To make reservations online go here or call 602-956-6622.

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