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"Go for Baroque" Dinner
Oct
31
6:15 PM18:15

"Go for Baroque" Dinner

Costumes encouraged at this over-the-top paired meal at chef David Dunlap’s Maple and PIne at the Quirk Hotel. Joining him will be chef Patrick “Opie” Crooks from A Rake’s Progress and 2019 James Beard pastry chef finalist Pichet Ong from Brothers and Sisters — both restaurants inside the LINE hotel in D.C. And chef Drew Adams from Bourbon Steak at the Four Seasons in Georgetown. A dinner designed for drama and exuberance. $125

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Coltivato
Oct
31
7:00 PM19:00

Coltivato

Lunch/Supper is highlighting its local autumnal purveyors with a paired, five-course Ardent beer dinner -- Autumn Olive Farm, Manakintowne, Rappahannock Oysters, Free Union Grass Farms, Virago and Saunders Orchard through an Italian lens from chefs Stephen DeRaffele and Rick Lyons. Welcome cocktail by Virago. $125

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 SOLD OUT//Virginia's Table at Lemaire with Harper Bradshaw
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

SOLD OUT//Virginia's Table at Lemaire with Harper Bradshaw

Lemaire welcomes Harper Bradshaw of Harper’s Table and Early Mountain Vineyards in a celebration of the food and wine of Virginia.  Lemaire’s Chef Patrick Willis and Harper will dig into their recipe boxes to bring us five courses from across the Commonwealth paired with the exquisite wines from Virginia’s Early Mountain Vineyards. $150 all inclusive.

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East Meets West with Kevin Yanaga at West Coast Provisions
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

East Meets West with Kevin Yanaga at West Coast Provisions

Kevin Yanaga of Pod in Philly brings his exotic style to West Coast Provisions to prepare a 7-course dinner with Ian Boothman, Trevor Knotts and Michelle Williams. Door opens at 6:30. Dinner at 7. Welcome cocktail from Belle Isle Moonshine included. Nonprofit beneficiary: J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Culinary Scholarship Fund. $100

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Thanksgiving Throwdown: Virginia vs. Massachusetts, presented by C.F. Sauer
Nov
1
6:30 PM18:30

Thanksgiving Throwdown: Virginia vs. Massachusetts, presented by C.F. Sauer

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It's a feast of commonwealth proportions when Virginia takes on Massachusetts in a head-to-head showdown for the title of first (and best) Thanksgiving. It’s a dine-around with multiple chefs, including Will Gilson of Puritan & Co, Tiffani Faison of Sweet Cheeks Q, Michael Hall of Spoonbread, Joy Crump of FOODE and Mercantile, Jason Bullard of Graduate Richmond, Velma Johnson of Mama J’s and Edwards Virginia Ham. Wine and cider from Virginia Wine Board plus Virginia beer and Ironclad Distillery bourbon. Cider tastings with Diane Flynt of Foggy Ridge Cider, contests, frivolity and plenty of food and drink! Presented by C.F. Sauer with additional sponsors American Evolution, Virginia Wine Board, Ironclad Distillery and Hayden Flour Mills. Nonprofit beneficiary: Tricycle Urban Ag. $60.

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 SOLD OUT//River and Rail and Alewife
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

SOLD OUT//River and Rail and Alewife

a James Beard-nominated Rising Star who loves his Appalachian and Southern roots, will deliver big time, no doubt. (FYI: Deal won $20k on "Guy's Grocery Games," winning three out of three rounds.) Aaron Deal of The River and Rail rolls across the Commonwealth to cook with Lee Gregory at The Roosevelt on Church Hill. Doors open at 6; dinner at 6:30. Alcohol not included. $90 Nonprofit beneficiary: Tricycle Urban Ag.

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SOLD OUT// Fish Focus: Sustainable Seafood with Dave Pasternack at Heritage
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

SOLD OUT// Fish Focus: Sustainable Seafood with Dave Pasternack at Heritage

Joe Sparatta welcomes Esca’s Dave Pasternack. Anthony Bourdain said this: “I doubt there is a human being alive who knows more about fish than Dave Pasternack. And every bite of his cooking reflects that knowledge and experience.” 4-course sustainable fish dinner. Alcohol not included. $90

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SOLD OUT//Wine and Design
Nov
1
2:00 PM14:00

SOLD OUT//Wine and Design

Tour L'Opossum, Perch, Longoven and one of Richmond Restaurant Group's gems and others while gleaning behind-the-scenes skinny on the design process with an expert in the field. We'll enjoy a few bites and raise a glass or two to the vision of the chefs, designers and owners. Transportation included. $55. Sponsored by Virginia Wine Board and James Limousine.

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Broad(s) by Bus
Nov
1
1:30 PM13:30

Broad(s) by Bus

We'll tour by bus sites related to female firsts throughout Richmond, from the street where the Martha Stewart of the 19th century had her boardinghouse to the state's first female African-American architect's home, from the site where suffrage began to the offices for the first African-American woman to charter a bank. $30. Bundle with Three Sisters Lunch for $50.

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SOLD OUT//The Three Sisters and Four Centuries of Virginia Women
Nov
1
11:30 AM11:30

SOLD OUT//The Three Sisters and Four Centuries of Virginia Women

Lunch and learn about four centuries of Virginia women in food, from the Powhatan Indians to Mary Randolph's enslaved cooks, from how tea rooms, yes tea rooms, played a role in the suffrage movement to today's female-run kitchens and farms. Our lunch at The Broad will be based on the Virginia League of Women Voters' first cookbook and the Peytonia Cookbook, owned by Maggie Walker. The Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation and the Virginia Museum of History and Culture will assist, too! $30. Bundle with Broad(s) by Bus for $50.

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