Texas quail and chopsticks. Who knew it would ever come to this? Photography by Kevin Hunter Marple.
Yes, Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck is a gimmicky tourist trap. However, the food is vintage ’80s Asian Fusion at its finest.
Hit me with your best shot.
Nice review, Nancy.
The future of McPucks is assured if people continue ordering that wine at $127/btl.
Here is the retail price, per the all-knowing Google…
Shopping results for Belle Glos Pinot NoirBelle Glos Meiomi Pinot Noir 2007 750ml $23.95 – Ludwig’s Liquor & Smoke …
Belle Glos Pinot Noir Blanc 2007 Rose Wine $22.99 – Wine.com
2007 Belle Glos Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 750ML $29.99 – Wally’s Wine & Spirits
Belle GlosBelle Glos Pinot Noir Blanc 2008. Rose. Sonoma County, California. Item No. 97968. pink & rosé. Our Price: $25.99. Buy Now …
http://www.wine.com/v6/Belle-Glos/learnabout.aspx?winery... – Cached – Similar
Worzel, I had
2006 vintage in my notes. But then I went back to the pictures I took during the review and saw they served me 2007. Criminal. Thanks.
No Thanks…. I mean the food is good of course. But I would rather spend that money at a locally owned place, I like to see where my $$ goes.
I do wish the observation level wasn’t blocked off for catering events, it would be nice to take family and guests from out of town up there without having to fork over so much.
Corporate McPuck? No Thanks.
Worzel, your post about wine pricing is misleading. You just listed retail prices for Belle Glos appellation PN and rose…which are two distinctly different wines and decidedly less expensive than their single vineyard Pinots. Those single vineyard pinots retail online anywhere from $45-60. And that’s online…I’d be willing to bet that pricing in a Dallas retail shop might be just a tad higher.
I’m not here to defend Belle Glos or Five-Sixty, I just don’t want to see another comment section derailed on wine-pricing when the facts aren’t straight.
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