On a recent Sunday, the hubby and I spent a leisurely afternoon wine tasting and picking up wine in Woodinville’s Wine Warehouse District. We started to get hangry, which is never a good situation especially when wine tasting. So, we headed over to The PicNic Table. This bistro serves the best Mediterranean inspired food in Woodinville that I know of. All the provisions are thoughtfully sourced and menu items such as gnocchi and ravioli are made from scratch.
We purchased a cheese and charcuterie box to go, along with some decadent, pillowy smoked salmon deviled eggs. It all conveniently went with us to our next wine tasting appointment. Every bite was delectable, and washed down with some fantastic Washington wine. Why not grab something decadent to pair with your next wine tasting? Just be sure to check that the winery allows outside food beforehand.
Chef Danilo Amato is the man behind the PicNic Table. A few months ago I was very fortunate to interview him for my first article with Washington Tasting Room Magazine. Sincere thanks to Chef and to John Vitale for the opportunity!
A Mediterranean Chef Comes to Woodinville
For many, a trip to Woodinville is all about wine tasting, however the food is worthy of exploration too. In the Artisan Hill District, Danilo Amato, an Italian-born, classically French-trained chef, operates The PicNic Table bistro. Read the full article.