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The Best Match in Town – US Open Glory with Jacob’s Creek at Parker & Quinn

The Best Match in Town – US Open Glory with Jacob’s Creek at Parker & Quinn

Calling all tennis lovers and oenophiles – the best thing has just happened for you. As New York and the world celebrates the US Open there is one restaurant in town that is taking the game to the next level.

The phenomenal Jacob’s Creek, which is the official wine of the US Open, has blissfully partnered with Parker & Quinn Restaurant for what is a slam dunk special wine pairing dinner menu.

Located at The Refinery Hotel at 63 West 38th Street is a wine connoisseur’s fantasy come true. The “Our Table” menu at Parker & Quinn is a memorable experience that will leave you feeling like you are a trophy winner even if you are not playing on the court.

Chef Jeff Haskell has created a superb selection of dishes to compliment the refined and glorious notes that only Jacob’s Creek can offer. Inspiration from reining US Open Champion and Jacob’s Creek spokesperson Novak Djokovic brings even more power to this plate.

Diners select from a well-balanced menu of an appetizer, a second course of a salad, an entrée and a dessert. The three-course menu is delightfully paired with Two Lands 2013 bottles of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay.

Jacobs' CreekTwo Lands is a divine division of the brand full of heartfelt notes, rich undertones, and silky colors. Every drop is full of a passion that has been with Jacob’s Creek since the beginning in Australia. The collaboration with California winemakers for the selections is well deserving of the recent awards since the presentation is full of tastes that please the senses, as well as leave one applauding for the dedication.

With Chef Haskell’s dishes the experience is delicious and healthy. The philosophy of eating well and healthy is perfectly defined during the pairing. Djokovic not only motivated the menu, he also created an entrée of his own scrumptious Zucchini Lasagna with cashew ricotta, red pepper marinara and pistachio pesto.

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Every selection is a winner. The appetizer of Butcher’s Meatballs with grana, ricotta sauce and crusty bread melts in your mouth like butter. The Seared Tuna with yuzu kosho tahini and avocado was featured on Iron Chef and is powerful as the tennis player himself. The Caesar Salad for the second course with Little Gem, croutons, watermelon radish and crispy parm is made of locally sourced vegetables from Blooming Hill Farm. It is truly one of the best salads in Manhattan.

Other entrees also include a wonderful Wild King Salmon with teriyaki, spring greens, shitake and tahini, as well as Heirloom Pork Chop or Hanger Steak.

Desert selections include a homemade S’mores, fluffy and rich Key Lime Pie, and a perfectly baked Blueberry Pie.

This is one game that you are going to want to play to win.

For reservations, please call Parker & Quinn at 212-729-0277 and ask for the Jacob’s Creek “Our Table” menu. The special is available until Friday, September 2 from 6pm–10pm. The serving is $125 per person.

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