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SOLD OUT: Wine & Dine with Sauce Magazine
Update: This event is SOLD OUT!
Join Sauce executive editor Ligaya Figueras, art director Meera Nagarajan and wine writer Glenn Bardgett as they host a cooking class featuring recipes and drinks from the latest issue of Sauce. Get the scoop on the newest restaurant openings and the latest trends. Class limited to 24 people; register online.
SOLD OUT Beer Baron’s Tour
On this guided bus tour, you will hear the stories of St. Louis beer barons and baronesses who built the St. Louis beer scene and see their tombs. A commemorative tasting glass lets you sample local microbrews while you enjoy live music and, in true beer-food fashion, enjoy a bratwurst and burger buffet. Tickets available online.
Carts & Cocktails
Zip around the sculpture park in golf carts to view the stunning works of art on display. While you’re cruising, make pit stops at four stations to get your fill of food, cocktails and live music.
Sauce Magazine's Food Truck Friday
Head to Tower Grove Park for Food Truck Friday, with more delicious options and features this year. Find sangria, a kids station to entertain junior truckies and more. This year, proceeds from beer sales benefit Lift for Life Gym. And if you’re hungry and in a hurry, stop by the Sauce tent for a Speed Pass, which enables holders to use expedited lines for ordering Come early and bring lawn chairs, blankets, kids and dogs.
Schlafly Farmers Market
Wednesday evenings, part of the Schlafly Bottleworks parking lot transforms into a farmers market brimming with meat, eggs, produce, herbs, baked goods and more. Dozens of vendors are on rotation, including Cool Cow Cheese, Ozark Forest Mushrooms and Black Bear Bakery. New this season: cooking demos by local chefs every third Wednesday of the month.
Midtown Farmers Market
Grab your tote bag each Saturday morning and stuff it with produce, meat, eggs, baked goods, pantry perks and more from local farmers and artisans. Recent vendors on rotation have included Eilerman Bros. Orchards, Elixir Farm, Midwest Lamb and all-natural popsicle peddler Native Pops.