Michael White's New French Restaurant Vaucluse Opens With Help From Carmelo Anthony

Famed chef and restauranteur Michael White recently opened a new upscale French restaurant on the Upper East Side called Vaucluse, and the Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony was there to help on opening night.

New York Knicks player Carmelo Anthony was chosen to host a dinner at Michael White’s new French restaurant Vaucluse. The three-course dinner was paired with wines chosen by Carmelo himself, and while everyone enjoyed the ‘88 Krug and ‘82 Chateau Margaux, it was the 1985 Sassicaia that took home the honor of Carmelo’s top pick.

via Munchies

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