I first visited Quince a little over three years ago. Since then, they recently remodeled and earned an additional Michelin star (for a total of two). Some friends had visited within the last few months, so I was interested in going back some time. Coincidently, some other friends wanted to go, so we managed to find a reservation in late January to go. In its current iteration, the restaurant has gone to just a tasting menu format with options for the standard menu or garden menu (greater emphasis on vegetables). Both menus were the same price and the same length.
To start off, I went with a glass of the white Burgundy, which I enjoyed with several courses. My friends brought a nice Papapietro Perry Russian River Pinot Noir that took me to the end of the meal.
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