This Week’s Events: González Byass, Merriam & Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Dinners

Tuesday — the González Byass wine dinner is taking place at Bar Lola.

Wednesday — Wine Wise is teaching a class on Thanksgiving wine pairing, The Salt Exchange is holding a Merriam Vineyards wine dinner, and the Monument Square Farmers Market is taking place.

Thursday — Petite Jacqueline is holding a Beaujolais Nouveau wine dinner, The Great Lost Bear is featuring a set of Sam Adams Rarities, and a wine and cheese tasting is taking place at the Public Market House.

Friday — there will be a wine tasting at Rosemont Market on Brighton.

Saturday — there will be wine tastings at Browne Trading and at Rosemont, and the Deering Oaks Farmers Market is taking place.

SundayBig Night is the featured film at Petite Jacqueline’s movie night.

For more information on these and other upcoming food happenings in the area, visit the event calendar.

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.

4 comments on “This Week’s Events: González Byass, Merriam & Beaujolais Nouveau Wine Dinners

  1. In the most predictable news of all time, Sebastian’s has closed and there are big for lease signs up in the window. I called this when they opened, that they would not make it one year.

    This has nothing to do with the owners or the workers. It is the quirky Portland dining scene. You almost have to own another successful restaurant before opening a new one here. If not, it’s gotta be different enough to attract the attention of the foodies and hipsters, like a Schulte and Herr.

    Some restaurant opening up in the old port with some guy’s first name was never going to make it. It’s almost like Plush and them closed at the same time. Two obvious endings sadly. People need to check the vibe of the city and ask around before they set up shop.

  2. That space, like Plush, suffers from being in a bad location. Very few folks are on the part of Middle Street at night looking for a place to eat. Oh, they’re down on Commercial Street, a very short walk away, but they don’t veer off and go into Boothby Square.

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