Monday, June 8, 2009

Bistro Blanc Gets A Nice Review -- And Offers Some Wine Dinners

Bistro Blanc got a very nice review Sunday from Elizabeth Large in the Sun.  She says the small plates paired with wine are worth a drive from Baltimore -- so this is certainly a place worth checking out if you're lucky enough to live closer.

The Glenelg restaurant is run by the former chef at Iron Bridge Wine Company.  I haven't been yet, but Bistro Blanc shares the Iron Bridge formula of small plates, refined food, and a focus on wine. 

Bistro Blanc is offering two wine dinners this summer where winemakers will actually come talk about their vintages over four-course meals.  On June 22, the dinner will cost $75 and feature wines from Wolf Blass in Australia.  On July 20, the dinner will cost $100 and feature California wines from Duckhorn Vineyards.

For more information, check out the restaurant's own blog.  BillZ of the Live in Howard County blog is working for Bistro Blanc and publicizing news and other items about the restaurant and its chef Marc Dixon.

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