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Three Special Dinners Tonight Focus on Wine, Peaches and More Farm-Fresh Produce

Whether you are into whiskey, wine or farm-fresh food there's a dinner for you tonight at a local restaurant. Keep reading to find out more about a trio of unique events happening tonight.

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Lone Hawk Farm will be teaming up with Zolo to serve a seasonal farm dinner from 5 to 9 p.m. today. The dinner, part of a farm-to-table series, will feature a menu created around the day's harvest as well as fresh organic produce from Lone Hawk's fields. You can reserve your seat for $85 here.

Axios Estiatorio will be hosting a wine dinner -- the first in a three-month series -- that will feature four courses paired with five Italian-inspired wines. Reservations are $59 and you can make yours here.

To celebrate this year's peach season, Central Bistro is hosting its first Peach and Bourbon Dinner at 6:30 p.m. tonight. Chef Matt Selby has created a special five-course menu with each course paired with wine or a bourbon cocktail made with Garrison Brothers Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Charlie Garrison, co-founder of Garrison Brothers Distillery, will be on hand to educate guests on whiskey tasting, the art of distilling, the history of whiskey and the story of Garrison Brothers. Reservations are $75; make yours here.

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