Nate Appleman, author of the A16: Food + Wine cookbook and chef at San Francisco's A16 and SPQR restaurants, will be cooking tonight and tomorrow night at Frasca, 1738 Pearl Street in Boulder; Frasca co-owner and wine director Bobby Stuckey will pair the wines. Tickets are $140, and hard to come by; try your luck by calling 303-442-6966. And here's Appleman's menu for the March 23-24 dinners, if you like to eat vicariously.
If you can't get into Frasca, Laudisio at 1710 29th Street in Boulder will host a Sardegna Wine Dinner, which pairs five courses with six wines. Dinner starts at 6:30 and the price is $65; to make a reservation, call 303-442-1300.
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