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Ocean Prime hosts winemaker Jonathan Honig tonight

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Tonight Ocean Prime in Larimer Square will welcome Jonathan Honig of Honig Winery and Vineyards to talk about wine and meet with guests. For the occasion, new executive chef Eally Smith will serve up two specials that can be paired with Honig wines.

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Tonight's specials will be seared halibut with shiitake mushrooms, shallots, kale sprouts and lemon vinaigrette ($42), which pairs with Honig sauvignon blanc, and Colorado lamb chop lollipops with Brussels sprouts and maple Dijon cabernet jus ($44), which pairs with Honig cabernet sauvignon. From 5:30 to 10 p.m., Honig himself will stop by every table that orders Honig wine, to talk about the vineyard and the wine. Call 303-825-3663 to make a reservation.

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