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ust in case you show up empty handed on Thursday – what, no flowers? – Tavolo is extending the romance of Valentine’s Day right through the weekend. On Saturday the 16th the Chris Douglass restaurant is hosting a couples cooking class where you and your sweetie can learn how to create beet ravioli, rack of lamb and a few sides. The demo and post class wine-pared luncheon costs $120 per couple – reserve your spots by calling 617.822.1918. Later in the day, local guitarist Ryan Beke will be in the lounge, providing a little mood music from 6:00 to 9:00pm. Lastly, Sunday Supper gets a V-Day twist from chef Nuno Alves. Bring the brood down to enjoy three courses of festive family-style fare for just $22 per person. Of course, if you forget during the weekend too, well, we just can’t help you.
Restaurants featured in A Weekend’s Worth of V-Day Fun
Behold: The Backroom - In addition to doing an open call for all sorts of front and back-of-house positions, The Backroom (sister restaurant to Joshua Smith’s award-winning deli & charcuterie house, Moody’s), is starting to come together. READ MORE »
St. Pat's, Puritan-Style - Is there anything more Irish than a boiled dinner? Lucky for you, chef Will Gilson takes care of the time-intensive cooking with Puritan & Company’s St. Pat’s special on Tuesday, March 17th. READ MORE »
Post-Parade Fun at Abby Park - Whether you make it part of your St. Patrick’s Day parade route or skip the parade all together, you’ll want to head to Abby Park in Milton on Sunday, March 15th for a whole lot of St. Pat's-themed fun. READ MORE »
Tricks of the Tiki Trade - Turns out there’s a little bit more to Tiki than putting the lime in the coconut, but No. 9 Park has all the info at their afternoon cocktail class on Sunday, March 15th. READ MORE »