Diner’s Agenda wants to be in two places at once, Hermione Granger steez.
Monday, September 24
•Are you ready for the bargain of the week? Tonight at 6:00, Tremont 647 is hosting a dinner to celebrate chef Andy Husbands and Ed Doyle’s recent trip to Provence. $39 gets you a kir reception with passed appetizers followed by a four-course sit down dinner. It’s a bargain at twice the price, so we’d suggest calling (617) 266-4600 as soon as possible to save your place. [Tremont 647]
•Boston is lousy with Sinatra nights and dinners accompanied by jazz are a dime a dozen. Treat yourself to a truly unique dining experience tonight at Sasso’s opera night. Soprano Jonelyn Langenstein will perform from 6pm-10pm. Save your spot by calling (617) 247-2400. [Sasso]
Tuesday, September 25
•We’ve made no secret of our great affinity for farmers markets. Support Boston’s finest markets by attending the Chef’s Harvest Dinner at 6:30. Here’s how it works: purchase a $200 ticket for any one of the dozens of participating restaurants. Enjoy a multicourse dinner with wine pairings. Think lovingly about all the fruits and veggies you’ll enjoy next summer. Call (617) 265-6700 to reserve. [Boston Public Market]
•Are you a wine BSer? Do you nod knowingly whenever someone talks about a good year for Burgundys, hoping no one will detect your cunning ruse? Maybe, just maybe, it’s time to stop pretending. Head to Tomasso Trattoria at 7:00 for the first of four sessions about the wines of France. By the end of the series, you’ll be chattering on about terroir and nose like a pro. The entire session costs $100, but if that’s a bit dear, $30 per session. Call (508) 481-8484 to save your spot. [Tomasso Trattoria]
•We love a good wine and cheese party as much as the next girl, but we would love a wine and chocolate party even more. Learn all about the best pairings at a 6:30 class at the BCAE on wine and chocolate. Together at last! Tickets may be reserved online. [Local Wine Events]