Morton’s wine dinner: Wine pairing dinners featuring mind-bending chefs’ creations are great and all, but sometimes you just want a simple steak or chop with your tipple. Especially when that tipple is as scene-stealing as Hall and Walt wines. This Thursday, January 9th, join Ms. Kathryn Walt Hall, the proprietor of Hall Wines and Walt Wines, for a mouth-watering marriage of top-of-the-line California wines and Morton’s signature oysters, lamb chops, center-cut filet mignon and more. Contact [email protected] or call (0)21-6067-7888 for reservations.880RMB // 7pm // Morton’s (IAPM) // IAPM 4/F, 999 Huaihai Zhong Lu, near Shanxi Nan Lu (淮海中路999号4楼, 近陕西南路).
Glenlivet Dinner: Wine not strong enough to satisfy your food-booze pairing desires? Head over to Unico on January 14 for an exclusive 6-course Glenlivet Scotch dinner, where you’ll get to enjoy single-malt goodness alongside gravlax, Roquefort with chicory salad, smoked venison, and more sumptuous eats cooked up by chef Mauro Colagreco.
888RMB // 6-10:30pm // Unico // Three on the Bund, 2/F, 3 Zhongshan Dong Yi Lu,
near Guangdong Lu (中山东一路3号外滩三号2楼, 近广东路).
Winter warmer: Perhaps the one silver lining to the dead of winter is that it’s hotpot season! Until January 31st, VUE (Private Dining) is offering an upscale hotpot menu with a choice of meat such as Wagyu beef and Mongolian lamb, or seafood including baby geoduck, south China sea king prawn, Australian king scallop, Australian oyster, Alaskan snow crab leg, Boston lobster, and grouper.
688RMB (minimum 4 people) // VUE (Private Dining) // Hyatt on the Bund,
31/F, 199 Huangpu Lu, near Wuchang Lu (黄浦路199号, 外滩茂悦大酒店31楼, 近武昌路).
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].