BTG – On Wednesday, March 25th (7-9 p.m.) Salt Lake City’s premier wine bar will be presenting the artisanal, small batch wines crafted by Longoria Wines – produced from some of the finest sites in Santa Barbara. Wines poured during the evening include:
* “Lovely Rita” Pinot Noir
* “Fe Ciega” Pinot Noir
* “Blues Cuvee” red blend
Longoria’s hand-crafted wine will be paired with food by chef Fred Moesinger from adjacent Caffe Molise, with sommelier Louis Koppel on hand as both host and educator. The cost for the evening is $30 for food $30 for wine.
63 W 100 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
2015 Chocolate & Cheese Festival – After 2014’s fabulously successful chocolate festival, good friend cheese joins in on the action at the Natural History Museum Of Utah for the 2015 event.
The two day chocolate and cheese festival runs March 28th and 29th (10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days). Regular admission to the NHMU is required to attend and several workshops have additional fees too. Confirmed vendors for this years event include:
* Amano Chocolate
* Amour Spreads
* Beehive Cheese Co.
* Butcher’s Bunches
* Caputo’s Market
* The Chocolate Conspiracy
* Di Stefano Cheese
* Duchess Luxury Hot Chocolate
* Emmi Roth USA
* Food of the Gods Chocolatier
* Gold Creek Farms
* Harmons Grocery
* Heber Valley Artisan Cheese
* Millcreek Cacao Roasters
* Oolite Cheese
* Pepperlane Products
* Ritual Chocolate
* Rockhill Creamery
* Sartori Cheese
* Solstice Chocolate
If the event is anything like 2014, that means a lot of chances to sample some of Utah’s finest boutique purveyors not to mention purchase their products often with a great discount.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Frida Bistro – Finally, save the date – Saturday April 18 (5-10 p.m.) – for something special at one of SLC’s best Mexican restaurants. Owner Jorge Fierro is hosting a very special fundraiser for the Utah Tibetan Community Center in the Frida Bistro/Rico Brand Warehouse.
Admission is $150 per person and guests will be treated to a unique Tibetan and Mexican fusion dinner – with all proceeds to be donated to the Utah Tibetan Community Center. More information to follow on an intriguing sounding menu as we have it.
The goal of the event is to raise cash to both maintain and retrofit the community center that facilitate and supports local Tibetans’ educational, economic, health, social needs, and preserve Tibetan Culture; also to prepare for the October 2015 visit of His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama
545 W 700 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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