Perfectly Balanced Pairings at The Parisian

Photography by David R. Randell

Wine lovers are familiar with the reflexive mid-bite pause—the eye-opening jolt resulting from a perfectly balanced pairing. Magic ensues as the food and wine intermingle, enhancing the dish’s flavors and revealing the vintage’s intricacies. The pursuit of this spellbinding sensation is what makes oenophiles and Francophiles alike flock to The Parisian, where an impressive selection of vino (including new additions like Grand-Puy Ducasse, Ducru-Beaucaillou, and Château Talbot, as well as 30 wines by the glass) couples with a con

temporary take on the traditional French brasserie. Now, wine enthusiasts have another reason to rejoice: Owner Tarzi Benazzouz recently launched monthly wine dinners. The four-course exploration of French cuisine gives diners a taste of exclusive off-menu creations, like scallops in an orange velouté sauce with saffron rice and grilled baby zucchinis, escargot feuilletés, and The Parisian’s version of mille-feuille, a Napoleon Josephine with fresh strawberries. Boutique and well-known wines from around the world complete the epicurean journey. Savor the next wine dinner January 25 at a cost of $65 per person. Jupiter (561-360-2224,

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