Canoe Mon., April 4. Garden Plate. Following the “Meatless Mondays” movement that started in New York by Iron Chef Mario Batali, Chef Gould of Canoe will bring offer this vegetarian option every week. $15. 770-432-2663. 4199 Paces Ferry Rd. NW. www.canoeatl.com.
Cook’s Warehouse Midtown Mon., April 4 7-8 p.m. The Sorcerer’s Apprentices: A Season in the Kitchen at Ferran Adrià’s el Bulli Booksigning and discussion. New York Time’s Spain correspondent Lisa Abend will discuss her experience as working under Chef Andria. $25, includes signed copy of the book. 404-815-4993.1544 Piedmont Road, Suite 403-R. www.cookswarehouse.com
The Shed at Glenwood Tues., April 5 7-10 p.m. ZD Wine Dinner. Chef lance Gummere will prepare a four-course prix-fixe dinner with wine pairings and special guest Teresa D’Aurizio. $65. 404-835-4363.475 Bill Kennedy Way Suites F & G www.theshedatglenwood.com
Cook’s Warehouse Decatur Wed., April 6 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Spring Cupcake for Kids Hands on (Ages 6-9). Chef Carlin Breinig will lead a kid-friendly class on cupcake decorating with fondant. $45. 180 West Ponce de Leon Ave. 404-377-4005. www.cookswarehouse.com
Cook’s Warehouse Midtown Fri., April 8 1-9 p.m. Sky High Entertaining with Chef Christy Rost. PBS Television’s Chef Christy Rost will teach a class on food inspired by the Rocky Mountains. $55. 404-815-4993.1544 Piedmont Road, Suite 403-R. www.cookswarehouse.com
Rosebud Sat., April 9 Peachtree Rd. Farmer’s Market Demo. Rosebud Chef Ron Eyester will kick off the Peachtree Road Farmer’s market demos with farm-to-table preparation. 1397 N. Highland Ave. 404-347-9747. www.peachtreeroadfsarmersmarket.com
Rosebud Sat., April 9 2 p.m.: Oyster Roast. Rosebud will present an oyster roast with wine, beer, live music and as many oysters as you can eat. $35 per person, tax, and gratuity included. 1397 N. Highland Ave. 404-347-9747.www.rosebudatanta.com
Local Three Sat., April 9, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.: Spring Cooking Class Series: Pasta. How to make fresh pasta. Includes some mimosas & lunch afterwards.$100 per person, plus tax & gratuity. 404-968-2700. 3290 Northside Parkway, Ste 120. www.localthree.com
Street food Summit Sat, April 9 10 a.m.-12 p.mp. Kwanza Hall and Fulton County Commissioner Jan Garner will come together to host Atlanta’s first Street Food Summit to allow the street food community to come together and discuss issues as well as meet the poeple who are making and enforcing the street food regulations. Helene S. Mills Senior Center. 404-523-3353. 515 John Wesley Dobbs Ave. SE.
La Vigne at Montaluce Sun., April 10 11 a.m.: Blessing of the Vines. The 4th annual blessing of the vines will take place at La Vigne Winery with a service by Fr. Troy Beecham followed by a Prosecco reception at the winery. 706-867-4060 501 Hightower Church Rd.
Cook's Warehouse Midtown Sun., April 10 1-4 p.m.: Easter Elegance Hands On. Chef Michelle Phillips will lead a lamb dinner class. $65. 404-815-4993.1544 Piedmont Road, Suite 403-R. www.cookswarehouse.com
SOHO Sun., April 10 5-9 p.m.: Low Down Lobster Boil. Guests receive a meal of Maine lobster (1 1/2 lbs), Andouille sausage, fresh corn, creamer potatoes and a green salad and $3 pints of Terrapin Rye Pale Ale. $25. 770-801-0069. 4300 Paces Ferry Rd, Suite 107. www.SOHOAtlanta.com
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