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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
Dinner & a Movie at Catalyst - Catalyst in Cambridge has your ticket for an advanced screening of the film, The Hundred-Foot Journey, a DreamWorks movie about two competing restaurants in the South of France. READ MORE »
Reggae Beats at Beat Hotel - Beat Hotel will pay respect to the holy trinity of Reggae music, Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Jimmy Cliff for their first ever Reggae Legends Tribute show on Wednesday, July 30th. READ MORE »
Harbor-side Lobster Bakes - As back-to-school season looms on horizon, it’s time to kick your summer into high gear at Aragosta’s waterfront fire pits where they’re now hosting daily lobster bakes. READ MORE »
Summer in the City Prix-Fixe - You don’t have to wait until August to get a restaurant week-worthy deal – Metropolis Café in the South End is offering its Summer in the City menu throughout the month of July. READ MORE »