Rosa Mexicano Mon., April 18-25.: Passover Menu. Rosa Mexicano will feature a menu of traditional Jewish dishes with a Mexican twist ranging from brisket and beef tongue to Haroset and Kugel.404-347-4090. 245 18th St NW. www.rosamexicano.com.
The Cook’s Warhouse Decatur Mon., April 18 7-9 p.m.: What’s Cooking at Watershed. Chef Joe Truex will teach a class to make Roasted Cauliflower Soup with curry and coconut, Baked Oysters with shrimp and Tasso, North Georgia Trout with crab meat and tomato utter sauce, and Chocolate Terrine. Includes Wine tasting by Sherlock’s Wine Merchant. $55. 404-377-4005. 180 West Ponce de Leon Ave. cookswarehouse.com
Spice Market Interested guests can book a “chef for a day” excursion at Spice Market for $150 plus an additional $48/person for dinner with a four person maximum (excluding tax and gratuity). The price includes a five-course meal paired with wine. Advanced notice of at least 72 hours is required. 404-724-2550. W Atlanta-Midtown at 188 14th Street, NE. www.spicemarketatlanta.com.
Perrine’s Wine Shop Tues., April 19, 6:30 p.m.: Spanish Wine Tasting. Chef Todd Ginsberg will prepare food to be paired with the wines. Will take place at Bocado. RSVP only by calling the shop 404-254-5077. Bocado: 887 Howell Mill Rd. www.perrineswineshop.com
Morton’s Steakhouse Tues., April 19 6-7:30 p.m.: Mention construction cocktails and be escorted to a secluded construction free area for complimentary bites. 404-816-6535. 3379 Peachtree Rd NE. www.mortons.com
Canoe Wed., April 20 7-10 p.m.: Song of the South Music Series.The restaurant will feature live local artists every Wednesday evening this spring, tonight with Ben Deignan. 770-432-2663. 4199 Paces Ferry Road NW. www.canoeatl.com.
Watershed Wed., April 20 6-8 p.m.: Wine Club Tasting. Meet Christophe Bedouet at the wine tasting event featuring small, independent wineries from France. Non-members are welcome to join the tasting for $10. Members who stay for dinner receive 10% off Chef Truex's seasonal menu. 404-378-4900. 406 West Ponce De Leon Ave. watershedrestaurant.com
Cook’s Warehouse Decatur Thurs., April 21 79 p.m.: Tupelo Honey Cafe Favorite. Elizabeth Sims and Chef Brian Sonoskus will teach a class on the favorites recipes from their Asheville ,NC restaurant Tupelo Honey Cafe. $50. 404-377-4005. 180 West Ponce de Leon Ave. www.cookswarehouse.com.
Urban Cannibals Bodega and Bites Thurs., April 21 5-7 p.m.: Urban Cannibals will host an East Atlanta Village Farmers Market Meet and Greet with food provided by the restuarant. 404-230-9865 477 Flat Shoals Ave. SE www.facebook.com/urbancannibals
Cook’s Warehouse Midtown Fri., April 22. 6:30-9:30 p.m.: Burmese Khowsuey Hands On. Naina Mehta-Bhedwar. Naina Mehta-Bhedwar will teach a class on the Burmese dish Khowsuey. $65. 404-815-4993. 1544 Piedmont Rd. www.cookswarehouse.com
One Flew South Sat., April 23 9:30 a.m.: Morningside Farmer’s Market Demo. Chef Duane Nutter of One Flew South will lead a Georgia-grown organic demonstration at the Morningside Farmer’s Market. 1393 Ni. Highland Ave. www.morningsidemarket.com
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