There’s never a shortage of dining events in this city. This week there are enough benefits, brewery tours, and bashes to go around. So, call your friends and jot down these dates in your planner following the board meetings and deadlines. You deserve it.
Tuesday, June 23
Ferrari’s Italian Villa in Grapevine will feature the wines of Beni di Batasiolo alongside classic and modern Italian dishes. The five-course dinner will cost $75 per person. Call (817) 251-2525 to make a reservation.
Wednesday, June 24
The $6 happy hour at Sevy’s Grill concludes this month with a Belvedere wild berry vodka martini and a Grand Marnier floater.
Acclaimed chef, Stephan Pyles, is hosting a wine dinner with Hourglass winemaker, Tony Biagi at Stephan Pyles. A four-course dinner will be prepared with wine pairings for $175 per person. The event begins with a 6:30 p.m. reception, preceding the 7 p.m. dinner. Call for reservations at (214) 580-7000.
Thursday, June 25
Cook Hall and Y5 Farms is teaming up for a Swine and Dine dinner to benefit a Future Farmers of America student from Ellis County. The “nose-to-tail” dinner will begin at 7 p.m., cost $75 per person and will be prepared by Chef Vijay Sadhu. Call (214) 397-4111 for reservations.
Friday, June 26
The 6th Annual Savor Mexico begins at 7 p.m. and spotlights the flavors of the Mexican region of Puebla with a tasting menu designed by visiting Chef Rodrigo Pineda. Enjoy imported wine, beers and specialty cocktails from Desperados Mexican Restaurant. Tickets cost $50 and the proceeds benefit the Greenville Avenue Area Business Association scholarship fund.
Inwood Estates Winery in the design district is hosting a Wine Down happy hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Specials include a two for one glass special.
Saturday, June 27
World of Beer is opening its Plano location and will be joined by other breweries, like Lakewood Brewing Company, to provide more local beers to enjoy. Breweries from across the country will be featured. While supplies last: if you buy the beer, you keep the glass.
From 3 to 5 p.m., the Good Local Markets homestead series continues at Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters (819 Exposition Avenue). For $40, students can learn from Fernando Moreno from Pachi Pachi Valley Cheese as he teaches the cheese-making process using Noble Coyote Coffee to make a distinct flavor.
Sunday, June 28
A “Taste of the Bishop Arts” walking food and historical tour is taking place for those wanting to experience all that this district has to offer. For $45, guests will get to eat food from Ten Bells Tavern, Dude, Sweet Chocolate and Veracruz Mesoamerican Café as well as tour the shops around the area. Visit the website for reservations.