Monday — Cloak & Dagger is holding an homage dinner where they’ll “replicate famous dishes from: Thomas Keller, Escoffier, Albert Adria, Ferran Adria, David Chang, Grant Achatz, Daniel Boulud, and more.” Local Sprouts is screening the movie Betting the Farm.
Wednesday — The Salt Exchange is hosting a Beer & Bacon dinner, the Gulf of Maine Research Institute will be screening Alaska’s Red Gold, a movie about the sockeye salmon at Bristol Bay, Alaska.
Thursday — Bard is hosting the monthly Latte Art Competition, the Great Lost Bear is showcasing a set of beers from New Hampshire, and there will be a wine tasting at the Public Market House and a beer tasting at the Bier Cellar.
Friday — Wine Wise is teaching a class on the wines of Rhone Valley, there will be a wine tasting at the West End Deli, and it’s First Friday Art Walk so make your reservations soon before the restaurants are all booked up.
Saturday — Figa is holding an Art Bar, there will be wine tastings at LeRoux Kitchen and Browne Trading, and the Winter Farmers Market is taking place.
Sunday — Petite Jacqueline is screening Les Diaboliques.
Coffee by Design — is running a series of educational events in February to celebrate Specialty Coffee Month.
Food Preservation Workshops — the University of Maine Cooperative Extension has published an extensive list of classes on food preservation taking place all over the state.
If you are holding a food event this week that’s not listed above, publicize it by adding it as a comment to this post.