Diner’s Agenda: Party On

Diner’s Agenda is obsessed with this election cycle.

Wednesday, February 6
•As long time readers have doubtless noticed, we’re rather fond of Community Servings, both for the dedication they show to Boston’s homebound population and for their tasty, tasty pie. At 6pm, they’ll be holding a fundraiser at Azure. The theme is blue, so blue clothes, blues-inspired hors d’oeuvres, and, of course, blue cocktails will be present and accounted for. Tickets, which cost $50, may be purchased online. [Community Servings]
•Awfully, we always associate Bob Marley with fratty stoner college boys, so it’s generally a nice surprise when we remember that we actually enjoy his music. You know who else likes Bob Marley? The folks at East Coast Grill & Raw Bar. They like him so much, in fact, that they’ll be hosting a special culinary tribute to the man tonight, featuring an a la carte menu full of Jamaican-inspired treats. Call (617) 491-6568 to reserve. [East Coast Grill]

Friday, February 8
•We know we’re not the only person who regularly eats a dinner of samples at Whole Foods. From 3pm-6pm, the Brighton location will be upping the ante with Chocolate Fest, which, as far as we can tell, is just a whole whole lot of chocolately samples. Niiiiice. [Whole Foods]

Saturday, February 9
•Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and we always think that a fine feast is a nice way to show your special someone just how special they are. Rialto will be offering a class at 11am on how to make an exquisite Valentine’s Day dinner. Class costs $125. Call (617) 661-5050 to save your spot. [Rialto]
•We sort of love the colonial events at The Fireplace. At 3pm, they’ll be celebrating Valentine’s Day with (what else?) a reading of John & Abigail Adams’ love letters. Dishes prepared from Abigail’s recipes will be served. Delightful! The event costs $30 and reservations may be made by calling (617) 975-1900. [The Fireplace]

Sunday, February 10
•The fine folks at Slow Food Boston will be having a screening of King Corn at 4pm at the Theodore Parker Church in West Roxbury. Tickets are a mere $5, which is certainly a lot less than most movies and may be purchased at the door. [Slow Food Boston]

Diner’s Agenda: Party On