Author Max Potter will host a four-course Burgundy Wine Dinner inspired by his book, Shadows in the Vineyard, at Dorchester today. The 7 p.m. dinner is preceded by a meet and greet with the author at 6 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $55 and the Tattered Cover will also be selling copies of the book; for reservations, call 303-872-5986, or go here.
You'll be in hog heaven at today's Swine and Wine pig roast and rosé party at Fuel Café. This patio party will boast a menu featuring roast pig, smoked mussels, deviled eggs and much more. Reservations are $40 and tickets are going fast; you must RSVP by calling 303-2960-4642.
If you're feeling a little sweeter today, the Curtis is holding a guesstimation game in honor of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day. Head down to the hotel any time between now and Friday at 4 p.m. to enter your guess on how many signature Double Tree by Hilton chocolate chip cookies are in the four large acrylic boxes on display in the hotel’s lobby. The winner will be picked at random on Friday, and will walk away with an overnight stay at the Curtis, valet parking, Disco Brunch for two people at The Corner Office including bottomless Bloody Marys — and a tin of Double Tree cookies.
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