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Argentinean Wine and Food Festival
Libertador, Azul, and Industria Argentina will play host to an Argentinean Wine and Food Festival, starting today and running through October 15. The fest will include two four-course winemaker dinners at Libertador and Industria Argentina, on October 6 and 13, respectively; a winemaker brunch at Azul on October 11, and $10 beer-and-chorizo pairings at Libertador.
Drunken Dragon Nights
Macao Trading Co.
Mondays in October
Dushan Zaric, Jason Kosmas, and Robert Krueger of Macao Trading Co. would like to invite you to get tipsy on Monday nights in October. Each night will feature a particular spirit, from which new and classic cocktails will be concocted. Tonight is Cruzan Rum, next Monday is Sauza Tres Generaciones tequilas, then Beam’s Small Batch Bourbon on the 19th, and Courvoisier on the 26th.
A Razor, a Shiny Knife: a locally sourced evening
Norwood, the private club, will open its doors to regular paying joes for a special dinner by the chef collective A Razor, a Shiny Knife. The six-course meal will be paired with wine and cocktails, and preceded by cooking demonstrations. Founded by self-taught cook Michael J. Cirino and Daniel Castano, who chefs Bogota’s popular Emilia Romagna, A Razor, a Shiny Knife hosts “educational, theatrical, and interactive dining experiences.”
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 5, 2009