Free Wine at Whole Foods; Lincoln Station Opens

Whole Foods on the Upper West Side is celebrating the wine store’s expansion with a free wine tasting on Thursday. From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., culinary specialist Beverly will serve dishes to be paired with a variety of wines, as well as take-home recipes and complimentary wine options. [Grub Street]

• Lincoln Station, the new Prospect Heights restaurant from the folks behind al di là, opens today. The daytime cafe will start out by selling coffee and pastries, and a full menu complete with a charcuterie section is set to launch soon. [Eater]

Campbell Apartment is honoring Grand Central’s centennial with a cocktail reminiscent of the punches served when the train station first opened. A Centennial Punch is made with Hendrick’s gin. [Grub Street]

• Escape the cold with Viceroy Anguilla’s Culinary Conclave. The Caribbean resort has tapped chefs Jonathan Waxman, Johnny Iuzzini, and Kevin Sbraga for a series of culinary events from February 15 to 17. Guests can attend a chefs’ panel, dine on a four-course meal for charity, and take part in an interactive brunch during a three-, four-, or five-night stay in the British West Indies. Packages start at $2,777. Visit Viceroy Hotels and Resorts for more info. [Grub Street]

Free Wine at Whole Foods; Lincoln Station Opens