This week is balanced like a fine wine. We've got French cheese, pizza and beer, ramen and Thai, and even a happy hour event with to which your favorite four-legged friend is also invited. It's going to be a very satisfying week on the food events front.
Tuesday, February 19
Principessa Gavia Gavi and Rosa Regale Wine Dinner at Carrabba's
Carrabba’s invites guests to a dinner filled with indulgent food and wine, featuring Principessa Gavia Gavi and Rosa Regale Sparkling Red Wine and their legends of forbidden love. Courses include three-cheese and sausage stuffed mushrooms, scampi Damien seasoned shrimp, filet Bryan, Sogno di Cioccolata rich fudge brownie, and more. Tickets are $50 and the event is happening at all Carrabba's restaurants.
Thursday, February 21
French Cheese and Wine at Scardello Artisan Cheese
Explore the land of 1,000 cheeses paired with the fantastic wines from several of the best wine regions of France. Tickets are $40 and the class starts at 7 pm. If the event sells out, call 214-219-1300 to put your name on the waiting list.
Saturday, February 23
Love your Mutts Day at Mutts Canine Cantina
In honor of National Love Your Pet Day, both the Dallas and Fort Worth locations will host a number of activities including dog superlatives and drink specials. Pups can strut their stuff for a chance to win Best Outfit, Best Dog Strut, Best Ugly Dog, Cutest Butt, Best Dog/Owner Look-alike, Hairiest Dog, and others. Admission is free and the fun starts at 1:30 pm.
Sunday, February 24
Ka-Tip Thai at Peticolas Brewing Company
Eat sausage. Drink beer. Repeat. Those are the instructions for this weekend's Ka-Tip Thai popup at Peticolas Brewing Company. Ka-Tip is serving up Thai street food from 12 pm until it runs out. Do not miss your chance to sample this innovative restaurant before it opens at the Dallas Farmers Market in early 2019.
Monday, February 25
3 Nations Brewing Company Beer Dinner at Cane Rosso Carrollton
Chef Nick Boss prepares a three-course dinner paired with sips from 3 Nations beer. John Royer is in charge of leading the group through the dinner while giving insights on the beers selected and also on the Carrollton Brewery that is set to open soon. Tickets are $55 and the dinners starts at 7 pm.
Uncommon Ramen at Uchiba
The Uncommon Ramen series is back with its second event of the year featuring James Beard Award-winning chef Chris Shepherd. Shepherd had a hand in changing the Houston food scene with his restaurant Underbelly in 2012. His foundation Southern Smoke has also donated more than $1 million to the National MS Society. Limited reservations will be accepted between 5-10 pm and diners can secure their spot by calling 214-855-5454.