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Nor does he care for a new restaurant opening in town. I can’t imagine my life without restaurant fun, food heaven and immense wine.
Ok, I know I sound completely pretentious but I just really bloody love good food.
At least, it will be if this first brick-and-mortar location opened by a dating app is a success.
In a few months' time, that scenario may be answered by the very app that set you up on the date to begin with.Bizz, a play on "buzz," is the app's non-romantic, career networking offshoot.That means not everyone in the space will be on a first date, which makes the entire thing a whole lot less cringeworthy.He is a contributor to the Oxford Companion to Wine (Oxford University Press), The World Atlas of Wine (7th ed.) and the award-winning Wine Report (Dorling Kindersley).
He is the author of Wines of Lebanon (Saqi), which won the Gourmand Award for the Best New World Wine Book, 2005; Arak and Mezze: The Taste of Lebanon (Saqi), which was shortlisted for the Gourmand award for Best Food and Travel Book 2007, and Château Ksara: 150 years of wine making 1957-2007 (Vinehouse).In 2010, he published Michael Karam’s Lebanese Wines (Turning Point), which is now in its second edition.