Tuesday — Chef David Levi is teaching a cooking class. The class will teach how to “create and craft delicious and nourishing dishes using exclusively organic, local, and sometimes wild ingredients.”
Wednesday — Pai Men Miyake and Rosemont are co-hosting a wine dinner featuring Hillinger wines from Austria, and David Levi is holding a second (sold out) session of his cooking class.
Thursday — The Great Lost Bear is featuring Gritty’s at their weekly brewery showcase, and Rosemont is holding a wine tasting.
Friday — Coffee by Design is holding a pair of coffee cuppings, and there will be a wine tasting at the West End Deli.
Saturday — a Bakery Pop-up Shop is taking place at Akari, sales at the pop-up shop will benefit the Good Shepherd Food Bank. There will be a wine tasting LeRoux Kitchen, Wine Wise is leading a Cabernet wine walk in the Old Port, and the Winter Farmers Market is being held.
Sunday — La Vie en Rose is on the schedule for movie night at Petite Jacqueline, and Maine food historian Sandy Oliver will be speaking at the Freeport Historical Society about the history of chocolate in American cooking.
Valentine’s Day — memories of New Year’s Eve are just fading and it’s already time to start making plans for Valentine’s Day. Here are the first few V Day options I’ve heard of. Post a comment with info for others that I should add to the list.
- Bar Lola, $45, 5-course dinner with optional wine pairings
- Bresca, 5-course Paris 2066 Dinner, $65 per person, $100 per person with wine pairings
- Cinque Terre, 5-course on February 13 and 14, $59.95
- Peaks Island Gastro Society, $100 6-course prix fixe with wine pairings on Saturday February 11
- Petite Jacqueline, $65 4-course dinner with optional wine pairings
- The Salt Exchange has posted their Valentine’s Day menu
- Vignola, 4-course, $39.95
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.