Diner’s Agenda hates Daylight Savings Time, just a little bit.
Wednesday, March 12
•Legal Sea Foods, one of the most quintessentially Bostonian companies, brings our fair city a taste of Napa with their 6:30pm dinner featuring the wines of Caymus Vineyards. $125 gets you five courses with appropriate wine pairings. Call (617) 530-9397 to reserve. [Legal Sea Foods]
Thursday, March 13
•For a dining adventure, why not head out to Hingham for Tosca’s J. Lohr Vineyards wine dinner at 6:30pm. Tickets are $80, which buys you five courses with pairings (we’re especially intrigued by the duck ragu with whole wheat gnochhette). Call (781) 740-0080 to save your spot. [Tosca]
Sunday, March 16
•It’s Lobster Sunday at Lineage! For a mere $45, you can feast on a three-course dinner featuring everyone’s favorite crustacean. Really, why wouldn’t you stop by? [Lineage]
•We recently learned the horrifying fact that the lack of clean drinking water is the second-biggest killer of children under five. Here’s how you can help: head to any one of the dozens of Hub restaurants participating in the Tap Project between 3/16 and 3/22. You’ll be charged for your usually-complimentary tap water and the proceeds from the water will go to UNICEF, which will use it to provide safe drinking water for children across the world. [The Tap Project]