Diner’s Agenda wishes it was a three-day weekend.
Saturday, February 16
•As Bostonians, we’re experts on shellfish…or at least, the more typical shellfish like clams, mussels, and, of course, lobsters. Those aren’t, however, the only shellfish in the sea. At 11am, Great Bay chef Adam Fuller will be teaching a class on the lesser-known shellfish like razor clams. $125 gets you class and lunch, which comes with wine pairings. Call (617) 532-5300 to save your spot. [Great Bay]
•Valentine’s Day may be over now, leaving in its wake dramatically discounted conversation hearts, but UpStairs on the Square isn’t quite done celebrating yet. From 3pm-5pm, they’ll be hosting a Valentine Sweetheart Tea with special V-Day treats including Valrhona hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows. Tea costs $25 for adults and $14 for kiddies and reservations may be made by calling (617) 864-1933. [UpStairs on the Square]
Sunday, February 17
•Rocca throws another one of their excellent Sunday suppers from 4pm-9pm. As always, $22 gets you three courses. This week’s menu included semolina gnocchi with sage pesto: yum. Call (617) 451-5151 to get in on the fun. [Rocca Boston]
•Meanwhile at The Metropolitan Club, Sunday supper will be inspired by New England and New Orleans, so look for lots of great seafood. Dinner runs from 5pm-8pm and you call (617) 731-0600 to reserve. [The Metropolitan Club]