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March 1, 2010, 5:23 pm

Episode 47: Tablehoppin’ with Marcia at Plumed Horse

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Join Evan and San Francisco’s own tablehopper e-columnist Marcia Gagliardi as they explore the South Bay. They discuss the cuisine at Plumed Horse, the wonderful atmosphere, and their love of the extensive wine list. Evan and Marcia explore the restaurant’s by the glass list, tasting the 2007 Davis Bynum Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley region of Sonoma in the Premium price range. Come join Marcia and Evan and get a glimpse of what sets Plumed Horse apart.

If you’ve never checked out Marcia’s tablehopper.com column before, you should! Subscribe to her fabulous e-column at tablehopper! Marcia’s new book, “The Tablehopper’s Guide to Dining and Drinking in San Francisco: Find the Right Spot for Every Occasion” goes on sale March 9th.  Order your copy today!

Comments

  1. Gagliardi’s christian name is pronounced mar-CHEE- a.Unless she insists on the grating mar see a.

    posted by joseph addonizio at 7:33 pm on March 2, 2010

  2. Joseph, I was born Marcia (mar-see-uh). I have never even met a Mar-chee-a. And while living in Italy, they would say “Mar-cha,” which means rotten, like a rotten apple (“una mela marcia”)–yeah, yeah, make all the jokes you want. Or they would actually call me Marzia (mart-zee-uh), which is the more common version of my name you would find in Italy.

    So, I insist on the grating mar see a. So do my parents.

    Ciao!

    ~Marcia (rhymes with Garcia) Gagliardi

    posted by Marcia Gagliardi at 12:10 am on April 28, 2010

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