Take a Culinary Bike Tour With Tryst’s Paul Turano (There’s Wine Involved, Too)

Is it autumn yet?
Is it autumn yet? Photo: istockphoto

Arlington’s swanky, newly remodeled Tryst joins forces with Wilson Farms, Turtle Creek Winery, and Quad Cycles for a culinary bike tour this Sunday, October 16. Drinking and biking? We’re intrigued.

Adventurers are invited on a 17-mile cycle odyssey, stopping at Lexington’s Wilson Farms (they’ve got lust-worthy produce), Lincoln’s Turtle Creek Winery, and winding up in Arlington to dine at Tryst. Kurt Johnson, owner of Arlington’s Quad Cycles, leads the tour alongside Turano, who’ll impart his chefly wisdom at stops along the way. You can even help Turano select groceries for that evening’s three-course meal.

Tickets are $30, plus an added $15 if you need to rent a bike. The ride kicks off at 11 a.m. at Quad Cycles, 1043 Mass Ave in Arlington; dinner at Tryst begins at 6 p.m. (Hopefully there’s time to shower in between). Call Tryst at 781-641-2227 to make reservations, which are required.