This Week’s Events: Omi’s, Hunt & Alpine, Vinland Farm Dinner, Eat Street, Tastemade

Monday — the crew from Cooking Chanel TV show Eat Street will be filming Bite into Maine, noon – 3pm in Fort Williams Park.

Tuesday — it’s the opening day at Omi’s Coffee Shop.

Wednesday — author John Holl will be at Gritty’s to sign a copy of his book The American Craft Beer Cookbook, the Makers Market is taking place at the Urban Farm Fermentory in the afternoon and the Monument Square Farmers Market is taking place in the morning.

Thursday — the grand opening of the Portland Hunt & Alpine Club is taking place, online TV show Tastemade will be in town filming a show (Bite into Maine, Eventide and perhaps Portland Lobster Co) about lobster rolls in Portland, Mitch Gerow from East Ender is the featured chef for the weekly Twilight Dinner at Turkey Hill Farm, there will be an Allagash tasting at the Public Market House,  and The Great Lost Bear will be showcasing beer from Notch Brewing.

Friday — Chef David Levi will be serving a Vinland Preview Dinner at Four Seasons Farm in Harborside, Maine, there will be a wine tasting at West End Deli. It’s also the September First Friday Art Walk and a group of food trucks and food carts will be assembling at the Portland Flea For All for the monthly Flea Bites mobile food street festival.

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

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.