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Edible Weekend: 4 more food-filled events this weekend

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

From Memorial Day weekend barbecues to elegant wine dinners, here are four more don’t-miss events for you this weekend.

 

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1. Ginger & Thyme Pop-up Dinner
Element executive chef Josh Charles cooks up a four-course, Asian-inspired dinner with beer and cocktail pairings. May 26 – 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., brownpapertickets.com 

2. Division Wine Tasting
Stop by Parker’s Table to sample a selected variety of vino from Portland, Oregon-based Division Wines. May 26 – 7 to 9 p.m., parkerstable.com 

3. Pacific Northwest Wine Dinner
Sit down to a five-course dinner with Pacific Northwest wine pairings at Five Bistro. Call for reservations. May 26 – 7 to 9 p.m., fivebistro.com

4. Red, White & Brew
Head to Cedar Lake Cellars for a weekend of food, beer and wine slushy specials, plus live music and festivities. May 27 to May 30, cedarlakecellars.com 

 

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Edible Weekend: 5 more food-filled events this weekend

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

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From food fights to festive events al fresco, here’s five more don’t-miss events in The Lou this weekend.

 

1. Gluten & Allergen Free Wellness Event 2016
Come learn about wellness, nutrition and meal planning for those with food allergies and celiac disease. May 21 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., expotickets.blogspot.com 

2. CHOMP Regional Food Truck Festival & Family Movie Night
Enjoy an all-day festival of food trucks, live music, arts vendors and a family movie screening of Minions. May 21 – noon to 11 p.m., foodtruckfrolic.com 

3. IndiHop 2016
Explore more than 50 beers from local breweries and bottle shops in The Grove and Cherokee Street neighborhoods. May 21 – 1 to 7 p.m., Facebook: IndiHop 

4. Corks from Many Countries: A Charity Tasting
Explore wine, beer and spirits from around the world and our own backyard to benefit Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Program. May 21 – 2 to 6 p.m., corks.brownpapertickets.com 

5. Compton Heights – Compton Hill House Tour
Explore mansions owned by some of St. Louis’ best-known residents including the Magic Chef Mansion built by the inventor of the gas cook stove. May 21 and 22 – 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., comptonheights.org

 

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Edible Weekend: 3 more food-filled events this weekend

Wednesday, May 11th, 2016

From food fights to festive events al fresco, here’s three more don’t-miss events in The Lou this weekend.

 

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1. Fleur de Lilies welcomes patio season all weekend starting with a food and wine pairing event, a Saturday brunch and a Sunday Gin Week Kickoff with gin and cigars. May 13 to 15, fleurdelilies.com 

2. The grill mitts come off when Sugarfire Smoke House’s Jeff Friesen and upcoming Stellar Hog’s Alex Cupp face off in the next round of Bolyard’s Meat & Provision’s  Burger Battle. Cool off from the heat of competition with a treat from Ices Plain & Fancy. May 14, bolyardsmeat.com 

3. Slide Piece food truck is getting into the spirit of St. Louis’ first Tennessee Williams Festival. The truck is serving a menu of Williams-inspired sliders, like the Sriracha-spiked Lamb on a Hot Tin Roof with mint-garlic yogurt and apple, as well as A Slider Named Desire with fontina cheese, arugula and balsamic reduction. Look for the truck at Strauss Park Sunday afternoon.
May 15, slidepiecestl.com

 
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Edible Weekend: 3 more food-filled events this weekend

Wednesday, May 4th, 2016

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Don’t sit at home and miss out on the food and fun this weekend. Get out and experience these yummy events:

1. Maplewood gets in on the Cinco de Mayo festivities with five full days of food and drink specials at Maya Cafe, including discounted margaritas, sangria, tequila cocktails, tacos and live music. May 3 to 7, mayacafestl.com

2. Join the fiesta on Cherokee Street at the neighborhood’s Cinco de Mayo celebration. Enjoy the parade, then grab food from stands outside La Vallesana, Taqueria el Bronco, Don Carlos, Byrd & Barrel and newly opened Mezcla. May 7, cincodemayostl.com

3. Stroll through restaurants in the historic Hill neighborhood at The Hill Wine Walk. Fill your commemorative glass with samples at participating locations and enjoy entertainment. Tickets available online. May 7, shopthehill.com 

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