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Things To Eat and Drink This Week: Oct. 24-30

Monday (Oct. 24)

Wine dinner at Urban Crust.

Tuesday (Oct. 25)

Cheese and wine pairing at The Grape, part of the restaurant’s 39th Anniversary festivities. Courtney Luscher, the restaurant’s GM and sommelier, and Scardello’s Ali Morgan co-host. If you stay for dinner, you get 15% off your bill. How’s that for a reason to make Tuesday night a little fancy?

Greenville Avenue Reopening Celebration. Eat at Terilli’s (happily reopen for business after a fire last year), Rohst, or Dodie’s on the 25th and 26th and the restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds to Voices of Hope and the Family Place.

Wednesday (Oct. 26)

Greenville Avenue Reopening Celebration. Eat at Terilli’s (happily reopen for business after a fire last year), Rohst, or Dodie’s on the 25th and 26th and the restaurants will donate a portion of proceeds to Voices of Hope and the Family Place.

The Grape’s Come-As-You-Are Wine Dinner. A monthly prix-fixe event that features three courses of bistro fare, wine pairings, and a casual atmosphere.This month, the wine is from Chateau de Saint Cosme and the special guest is Alan Unruh with The Country Vintner.

Vintage Premier Fête du Bordeaux. Even if you have an extra $225 squirreled away, this fancy dinner at the Rosewood Mansion is thoroughly sold out.

Halloween Devil Beer Dinner at the Libertine Bar. Dracula did/does not drink beer. But if he did, we’re assuming “Halloween-themed devil beers” would be high up there on his list of favorites. Come in costume or not and taste five beers paired with five different courses. The brews: Brooklyn Monster Barleywine, Avery Mephistopheles’ Stout, Satan Red, Wychwood Brewery Hobgoblin & Duvel Single.

Thursday (Oct. 27)

No Reservations: Anthony Bourdain at the Majestic. Oddly enough, there are still tickets left for this. Expensive-ish tickets, but tickets none the less.

Tarot Card Dinners at Hotel St. Germain. We’re so close to Halloween, which makes me happy. Hotel St. Germain pleases me double by bringing back their tarot card dinner series, which starts this Thursday and continues through Saturday. Enjoy a five-course dinner, and after you’ve supped, learn what your future holds with a candlelit tarot card reading in the hotel’s library.

Friday (Oct. 28)

Simi Wine Dinner at Victory Tavern. Five courses paired with five different wines from Simi Winery of Sonoma, CA. Atlas Cheek, the field manager of Constellation Wines U.S., will be in attendance to answer questions. Hit the link for the full menu.

Tarot Card Dinners at Hotel St. Germain. We’re so close to Halloween, which makes me happy. Hotel St. Germain pleases me double by bringing back their tarot card dinner series, which starts this Thursday and continues through Saturday. Enjoy a five-course dinner, and after you’ve supped, learn what your future holds with a candlelit tarot card reading in the hotel’s library.

Saturday (Oct. 29)

Scardello’s Third Birthday. Drop by Scardello for a $3 glass of wine and a cheese plate to celebrate the shop’s third anniversary here in Dallas.

Tarot Card Dinners at Hotel St. Germain. We’re so close to Halloween, which makes me happy. Hotel St. Germain pleases me double by bringing back their tarot card dinner series, which starts this Thursday and continues through Saturday. Enjoy a five-course dinner, and after you’ve supped, learn what your future holds with a candlelit tarot card reading in the hotel’s library.

Sunday (Oct. 30)

Artizone Dinner. The (apparently) elusive chef DAT cooks up five courses with wine pairings in Tom Spicer’s private garden. Nancy has all the details, and proceeds benefit The Family Place.