San Luis Obispo, CA

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Featured Wine
"One of those truly rare gems that we came across is the D’Alfonso-Curran 2006 Las Hermanas Vineyard Pinot Noir from Santa Rita Hills,” says Brody. “The wine is aged beautifully and works so well with roast duck breast.”

The Wine Program
The program spotlights botlings from the nearby California wine country (within 60 miles of the restaurant), but includes others from around the world, offering 26 selections by the glass and 380 by the bottle. All wines are carefully chosen to pair with the restaurant’s Southeast Asian- and Mediterranean-influenced cuisine. Wine flights may be created by combining any number of three-ounce pours. Guests can also enjoy specific flights and pairings developed by Justin Brody, the wine director and sommelier.

Favorite Dish
Roast duck breast with spicy panang curry, forbidden black rice, sautéed broccolini and chapati (a flatbread) is a vibrant dish.

Corkage Policy
Corkage is $15 per 750-ml bottle.

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