Diner’s Agenda: Celebrate Good Wines, Come On!

The inability to resist a pun will be Diner’s Agenda’s downfall.

Wednesday, March 26
•Just when you thought the dining experience at UpStairs on the Square couldn’t get any more lovelier or more baroque, they introduce a whole new element: opera. Tonight at 6:30, students from the Longy School of Music will perform arias and duets to accompany a three-course meal. Reservations for the meal, which costs $50, are going like hotcakes, so call (617) 864-1933 to reserve ASAP! [UpStairs on the Square]
•Boston Uncorked is celebrating its third birthday (coming soon: temper tantrums and an awful refusal to take naps) with a party at Vox Populi at 7pm. $39 gets you hors d’oeuvre, wine, and general good times and tickets may be purchased online. [Boston Uncorked]

Thursday, March 27
Lucca goes luxe(r than usual) with a five-course dinner highlighting the wines of Castello di Ama, north of Siena. The oyster chowder with truffles is, in and of itself, a reason to pony up $125. Call (617) 742-5522 to reserve. [Lucca]

Sunday, March 30
•The lovely ladies of LUPEC Boston are throwing a ladies night at Toro to raise money for Dana-Farber. Admission is free, but the price of the delicious cocktails will go towards the cause. The fun starts at 9pm and no reservations are necessary. [LUPEC Boston]

Tuesday, April 1
Hampshire House is having a party for (wait for it) bird conservation. Apparently, the proceeds from the cash bar will benefit the Audubon Society, which is lovely. The fun starts at 6pm and admission is free. [Hampshire House]

Diner’s Agenda: Celebrate Good Wines, Come On!