Bern's Steak House Somoleir Wine Book 1984 [44th Ed.]

Bern Laxer

Published by Bern's Steak House, 1984
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x; 517; Bern's Steak House is a steak restaurant in the SoHo district of Tampa, Florida, founded in 1956. It is currently owned and operated by David Laxer, son of original owner Bern Laxer. There are three hundred employee. In 1996, Wine Spectator rated Bern's in a tie for the best steak house in the United States. In 2009 Rachael Ray rated Bern's as the best restaurant in America, having beat out over a dozen top-rated steakhouses across the U.S. In 2010 industry magazine Nation's Restaurant News deemed Bern's a "Top 50 All-American icon." The restaurant boasts the largest wine list of any restaurant in the world. In its cellars can be found depression-era French red wine, pre-war Sauternes, and Madeira from the 17th century. Diners can take a tour of the wine cellar as well as the kitchen after their meal. Bern's Wine Cellar is the perennial recipient of the Wine Spectator Grand Award. Another notable feature is that there is only one single window in the entire establishment, although it is not viewable by customers¿so says Wikipedia as of August 20, 2014. There are two copies available. One is single-sided printing with non-glossy paper and the other is two-sided with glossy finish ("Library" edition). Text is broken into three sections: wines from the world (pages 1 - 517), wines from America (pages 1901 - 2088), followed by the wine list with prices (pages 2101 - 2500). Short index follows wine list. These are heavy books and so expensive to ship. Please inquire. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Bern's Steak House Somoleir Wine Book 1984 [...
Publisher: Bern's Steak House
Publication Date: 1984
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: 1st Edition

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Published by Bern's Steak House, Tampa, Florida (1984)
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Book Description Bern's Steak House, Tampa, Florida, 1984. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. x; 517; Bern's Steak House is a steak restaurant in the SoHo district of Tampa, Florida, founded in 1956. It is currently owned and operated by David Laxer, son of original owner Bern Laxer. There are three hundred employee. In 1996, Wine Spectator rated Bern's in a tie for the best steak house in the United States. In 2009 Rachael Ray rated Bern's as the best restaurant in America, having beat out over a dozen top-rated steakhouses across the U.S. In 2010 industry magazine Nation's Restaurant News deemed Bern's a "Top 50 All-American icon." The restaurant boasts the largest wine list of any restaurant in the world. In its cellars can be found depression-era French red wine, pre-war Sauternes, and Madeira from the 17th century. Diners can take a tour of the wine cellar as well as the kitchen after their meal. Bern's Wine Cellar is the perennial recipient of the Wine Spectator Grand Award. Another notable feature is that there is only one single window in the entire establishment, although it is not viewable by customers¿so says Wikipedia as of August 20, 2014. There are two copies available. One is single-sided printing with non-glossy paper and the other is two-sided with glossy finish ("Library" edition). Text is broken into three sections: wines from the world (pages 1 - 517), wines from America (pages 1901 - 2088), followed by the wine list with prices (pages 2101 - 2500). Short index follows wine list. These are heavy books and so expensive to ship. Please inquire. Bookseller Inventory # 002629

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