What’s the Dish?

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Your Chowder hounds have sniffed down the best culinary events in town. Check back every Thursday for your weekly prix-fixe of foodie feasts, cooking classes, wine tastings, and more.

1208380434April 17, 6-8 p.m.
Spring Sangria Party

Vlora, $10 (advance); $15 (at door)

Enjoy a tasty selection of hors d’oeuvres and all-you-can-drink sangria for only $10.

April 17, 6:30 p.m.
Toast to Loire Valley Wines

Legal Sea Foods, Chestnut Hill

Enjoy an evening of Loire-inspired recipes paired with the region’s crisp, aromatic, mineral-accented wines. The six-course wine dinner will be hosted master sommelier Sandy Block, and Director of Culinary Operations Jeff Tenner.

April 19-26, lunch and dinner hours
Passover Menu

Metropolitan Club, $15 (Lunch); $42 (Dinner)

Chef Todd Winer updates traditional Passover cuisine, turning out matzo-meal popovers stuffed with chicken salad, and veal brisket with potato pancakes.

1208380309April 20 and 22, 5:30-10 p.m.;
Passover at Craigie Street Bistrot

$75 per person

Tony Maws‘ first culinary muse was his grandmother, Baba Hannah. On April 20 and 22, Tony will make Baba proud by serving a traditional Passover dinner. The five-course prix fixe feast will include marrow and matzo ball soup, Baba Hannah’s split pea soup, Moroccan haroseth-stuffed Vermont organic quail, and much more.


April 20, 7 p.m.
Fidel Castro Retirement Party

Chez Henri, $39 per person

Cuban-inspired décor and cocktails, Latin music, and of course, some delicious food.


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