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Monday, July 30, 2007

Update on Ecco's family dinners

This is from Ecco (40 Seventh St.) and it's kind of cool: Each Sunday at 6:30 p.m., Ecco is hosting “The Sunday Share” for a limited amount of guests to enjoy an evening of family-style dining around a communal table for $25 per person. Every week presents a new theme and menu to celebrate different regions of the world.

Upcoming suppers include:

Aug. 5: “A Stroll Through Europe," street foods from across the pond.

Aug. 12: “Quintessential English Pub Grub," fish ‘n’ chips and beyond.

Aug. 19: “La Tomatinia," in honor of Spain’s tomato-throwing street festival.

Aug. 26: “Beyond the Bounty of Summer," a feast spotlighting local foods.

Sept. 2: “Il Palio," dishes from the heart of Tuscany

Sept. 9: “Octoberfest in September," the classic German celebration a month early.

The Sunday Share gatherings are available in addition to the restaurant’s regular menu. Reservations are required. Drink specials will also be available, but are not included in the $25 meal cost. To reserve a spot, call 404-347-9555.

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