D’Amico’s Italian Market Café, 5510 Morningside, has long claimed to have the best panini in town. Since August is National Panini Month, the good folks at D’Amico’s are going to let you make theirs even better – if you think it can be done. For the whole month of August, the
On Monday, August 10 at 7 p.m., Spec’s fine wine buyer Bear Dalton will be hosting a Zin-filled wine class at l’Alliance Française de Houston, 427 Lovett. The "State of Zin" class will take a look at 13 Zin-based wines from Sonoma County — the spiritual home of Zinfandel — that represent the best of what is in the market (mostly 2012s with a few 2013s). Learn about Zin and blends, the terroirs and techniques used to make it, and the food to eat with it. The class will include bread and a selection of fine cheeses to accompany the tasting. The class costs $60 per person cash ($63.16 charged). To reserve your spot, contact Susan at 713-854-7855 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rainbow Lodge, 2011 Ella, is hosting its Monthly Wine Event (held on the second Wednesday of month) on Wednesday, August 12 from to This month’s Sip n’ Stroll will feature things like Mediterranean chopped salad with a scarpetta vino spumante brut rose; and duck ragù and orecchiette pasta with a 2012 Paolo Conterno Langhe Nebbiolo A Mont. Cost is $35 per person
Khun Kay Thai Café, 1209 Montrose, is honoring the holiday for Queen Sirikit on Wednesday, August 12. To celebrate the Queen’s birthday and
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On Thursday, August 13, Stone’s Throw, 1417 Westheimer, is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a special evening of festivities beginning at Guests can hit the Peach Mauxito Cask from 8th Wonder Brewery and enjoy complimentary Moët & Chandon
Prohibition Supperclub & Bar, 1008 Prairie, is hosting a Charcuterie Dinner on Tuesday, August 18. Sample charcuterie from three of the best charcutiers in the country — including Craig Deihl (