|Thursday, March 10
Contemporary Austrian food & wine with Wallsé chef Kurt Gutenbrenner, at De Gustibus/Macy's. 5:30-8pm, $90. More.
Friday, March 11
Over 200 wines for sampling at Wine Rave NYC (continues on Saturday) in the Metropolitan Pavilion. $48
Saturday, March 12
100 of Burgundy's best wines at La Paulée de New York, food from Daniel and other notables, and an auction for Citymeals-on-Wheels. Tasting (noon to 3pm) is $250, tasting plus dinner (6:30-midnight) is $1,250.
Sunday, March 13
The Multi-Ethnic Eating Tour from Big Onion snacks its way through the LES starting at 1pm. $12.
Monday, March 14
Estiatorio Milos' 5th annual buffet dinner and dancing with live music to celebrate Clean Monday and benefit the Gennadius Library in Athens. 6pm. Tickets are $175 per person. Call 609.683.0800 ext. 14 for more info and reservations.
Tuesday, March 15
Scotch expert Lorne Mackillop hops the pond for a single malt scotch tasting dinner at Park East Grill. Four courses and five extremely rare single malt scotches will be served. $85 per person. 212.717.8400.
Wednesday, March 16
2nd Annual Make-A-Wish Wine Tasting & Auction at Chelsea Piers starting at 7pm (6pm for special tasting). 212.849.6864.
Thursday, March 17
White Burgundy class from Morrell, focusing on 2002. Starts at 7:30pm, $70.
Friday, March 18
Learn to make The Classic Dishes of Cuba, including ropa vieja and tostones, at the Institute of Culinary Education, 6-10pm, $95.
Saturday March 19
Dazzling Tuscan Reds are the stars of a tasting at De Gustibus, guided by Babbo's wine director, David Lynch. 1-4pm, $95.
Sunday, March 20
Pairing foods prepared with herbs and wines can be tricky. Andrew Gold to the rescue with his class Herb Garden at the Château. You get a buffet and wines, $85, at the Institute of Culinary Education, 5-7pm.
Monday, March 21
Another pairing class, this time dessert with cheese, is taught by Spice Market's pastry chef at Murray's Cheese from 6:30-8:30pm. $50.
Tuesday, March 22
A five-course dinner using D'Artagnan specialties, plus the wines of California's Austin Hope and Treana at North Square, 7pm, $80. 212.254.1200.
Wednesday, March 23
Vintage beer event at Blind Tiger, starting at 6pm.
Thursday, March 24
Felidia's Wine Director David Weitzenhoffer on Puglia and Sardegna at the theatre district's Becco from 8-9pm.
Friday, March 25
The New School's Ragin' Cajun class, taught at the Inn on 23rd, 6:30-9:30pm, $90 plus $25 materials.
Saturday, March 26
Giada De Laurentiis is on Weekend Today promoting her book Everyday Italian.
Sunday, March 27
Go foraging deep in White Plains' Saxon Woods for burdock, sheep sorrel, and garlic mustard with "Wildman" Steve Brill, starting at 10am. 914.835.2153. $10 suggested donation.
Monday, March 28
Sumile's Josh DeChellis creates a Cherry Blossom Dinner at the James Beard house. 7pm, $115.
Tuesday, March 29
A class in Advanced Culinary History: Chefs and Cookbooks from Ancient Rome to 'Molto Mario' starts tonight at the New School for six sessions, 6-7:50pm, $225.
Roll Your Own Sushi, one of the 92nd Street Y Makor Classes for New Yorkers in their 20s-30s meets at Makor from 6:30-8pm and 8-9:30pm. $70.
A talk on Apicius sponsored by the Culinary Historians of New York at the NY Academy of Medicine, starts 6:30pm. $30.
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