SOCIETY HILL — Enjoy a three course meal of French-Moroccan cuisine celebrating designer Yves Saint Laurent in the home of Spring Mill Café chef Michelle Haines next Wednesday, April 20. The menu will consist of savory crepes with ratatouille and caviar; a lamb tagine with couscous, cates, and figs; and then sweet crepes with raspberry coulis and chantilly. For dessert round two, guests will each be equipped with a hammer and the freedom to chip away at a twelve pound block of chocolate, all the while sipping on absinthe. The party will be a small one — only eight guests total — so if this sounds like your kind of party pick up your ticket here .
OLD CITY — Dinner and theatre are back together again at the "Get Pegged" Cabaret at La Peg at FringeArts. The first of three cabarets on the third Friday of each month is next Friday, April 22, at 10:30pm. Expect musical and comedy performances for a grown-up audience, along with a menu from chef Peter Woolsey. La Peg is also hosting lots of live music these days and more and more prix-fixe tastings with beverage partners. Mark your calendar now for next month’s Sommelier Showdown between Jason Malumed of Chalkboard Wine + Spirits’ and Mitchell Skwer of The Wine Merchant on May 24. Four courses by Woolsey and a pour by each somm, with a chance to vote on your favorite pairing.
SOUTH STREET WEST — Food Underground, one of Philly’s cheffiest supper clubs, is popping-up at the Little Spoon Cafe on Tuesday, April 26th. Expect seven courses, all with complimentary wine pairings, featuring seasonal flavors like foie gras terrine with ramps, pastry, and flowers; and hay-smoked lamb with egg yolk, tahini, and radish. Dinner is $130 per guest and begins at 7 p.m. Reserve your seat here.