What to do in Boston this week… Food edition.

31 Jan

Happy Tuesday. Today is not a terrible Tuesday on The-Eats. Today is about my love for food events. I love hearing about different food events happening in and around Boston and I wanted to share the wealth. I saw a few posted on BostInno’s page and on BostonChefs.com and thought some of you would be interested. So check out the following…

Tuesday, January 31 – #Guacaritas – 6pm– Lolita – Like chips, guac and margaritas? Join local startuppers for all of the above at Lolita on Tuesday night. T3 Advisors has stepped up to cover the guac/nacho deliciousness so you can gorge without taking a hit to your wallet. Bottoms up!

Tuesday, January 31 – Tuesday nights get all kinds of cheesy in the bar and lounge at dantewhere chef Dante de Magistris and his clan host Grilled Cheese Tuesdays. Fans of crispy-on-the-outside, melty-on-the-inside goodness can come back week after week to see the sophisticated little twists they give the classic sandwich – for just $2. Call dante at 617.497.4200 to see what they have in store or just drop by any Tuesday after 5:30pm and let it be a surprise.

Wednesday, February 1Sel de la Terre‘s long-running dinner series, Wine Wednesdays, continues at the Long Wharf location throughout the winter. Wine Director Erik Johnson keeps on keeping on, plating and pairing seasonal food and wines for a four-course tasting menu of French-inspired fare. The prix fixe, and the aforementioned accompanying wines, costs $44 per person and is served (at 7:00pm) at large communal tables to encourage convivial conversation. To reserve your spot, check the schedule below and call Sel de la Terre Long Wharf at 617.266.8800 for reservations and more information.

Thursday, February 2 – Masa’s Salsa Thursday – Adding a little Latin flavor to the end of the workweek, Masa and Masa Southwest Bar & Grill in Woburn both host evening’s of food, music and dance at Salsa Thursdays. Pick your location and grab your dancing shoes for a complimentary lesson from 8:00-9:00pm, followed by dancing ‘til midnight (1:00am in the South End). You can swing by for dinner or just pop in for a margarita or a mojito and 50¢ tapas in the bar – either way, stick around to show off your moves on the dance floor. Call Masa at 617.338.8884 or Masa Woburn at 781.938.8886 for more information or directions.

Saturday, February 4 –  Poe’s Kitchen “Burrito Bowl II” – 1pm – 4pm – Poe’s Kitchen – In honor of Super Bowl XLVI, Boston’s celebrity chefs will be taking to the kitchen to kick off “Burrito Bowl II.” Chefs such as Tremont 647’s Andy Husbands, Poe’s Kitchen at the Rattlesnake’s Brian Poe, Lolita’s Brian Roche, Boloco’s Jason Hutchinson, Church’s Jon Gilman and many more will each create a signature burrito reflecting the city of their favorite NFL team.

If you attend any of these events, please let us know, we’d love to hear about them!

-Kteb & Cdog

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