Diner’s Agenda is a dance machine.
Monday, July 23
•Chardonnay gets a bad rap, often considered milquetoast and ubiquitous. Although it might not be the most cutting edge wine out there, it does have plenty to offer the discerning drinker. Learn more at tonight’s Chardonnay tasting event at Morton’s, The Steakhouse at 6:00. Tickets, which cost $30, may be purchased by calling (617) 266-5858. [Morton’s, The Steakhouse]
•Get an extra dose of culture with your tapas at Tasca Spanish Tapas tonight, where the Fernando de Malaga flamenco troupe will be performing during 6:45 and 8:45 dinner seatings. A $5 cover charge will be added to the check, but hey, for a dance performance, that’s a bargain! Call (617) 730-8002 to save your spot. [Tasca Spanish Tapas]
•We love the super-relaxed atmosphere at L’Espalier’s Wine Mondays. Unfortunately, so does everyone else in the city, which means that making a reservation can be pretty tricky. Miraculously, there is still space available for tonight, so we suggest you call (617) 262-3023 ASAP and make a reservation to learn about “Picnic Basket Goodies.” Things get underway at 7:00 sharp and tickets are $55, which is cheap by L’Espalier standards, so what are you waiting for? [L’Espalier]