In this guided tasting, one of Eataly’s own sommeliers will explore popular rosato wines from across Italy.
Rosés are not only for warm weather days! These pink-hued wines are just what we need as we start heading into the warmer months of Spring.
- Try different rosé wines from Italy
- Learn about the wine producers and the production of chosen wines
- Learn what flavors and dishes pair well with the featured wines
- Take home tasting notes
Class duration is approximate and may vary by 10-15 minutes. All guests planning to consume alcohol must be able to produce valid government-issued identification to prove they are 21 or older
Hop over to Fairmont Copley Plaza on Sunday, April 21 and celebrate Easter in a grand style this year!
Fairmont Copley Plaza is hosting an extravagant, family-friendly brunch buffet with multiple seating options at 10:30 and 11:00am, and 2:00 and 2:30pm.
As a special treat for your little ones, children can play with adorable farm animals from Enchanted Animal Parties petting zoo, participate in an Easter egg hunt, enjoy an arts n’ crafts section, and get creative at a decorate-your-own-cookie station. Plenty of family photo opportunities inside the luxurious setting of Fairmont Copley Plaza.
The Easter menu from Executive Chef Laurent Poulain will offer brunch options the whole family will love. Breakfast selections include made-to-order omelettes and maple sugar & cinnamon French toast, and on the savory side there will be decadent choices like honey lemon herb crusted rack of lamb, rib eye chops with bordelaise sauce, duck foie gras, lobster & bow tie pasta salad, a full raw bar and much more.
The dessert buffet will make the magic of the holiday come to life with a presentation of chocolate bunny pops, Easter petit fours, strawberry short cakes, mini Boston cream pies and more.
Fairmont Copley Plaza is proud to announce that all leftovers from Easter brunch will be donated to Boston Rescue Mission, an organization that brings food to the hungry and homeless in the city. Executive Chef Laurent Poulain regularly works with Boston Rescue Mission to donate excess food from the hotel.
*IMPORTANT* Advance notice is required if you would like to be seated with a specific party booked under another name. Please also let the hotel know in advance if you have special requests such as allergy requests, wheelchair accommodations or high chair needs. Email Haley.Lincoln@Fairmont.comas soon as possible to share these requests.
Somerville’s popular Bow Market comes to Precinct’s patio for one day only!
Precinct Kitchen + Bar invites you to join them on their patio for a one-day Bow Market pop-up. Vendors include:
- Adelante, custom shoes, handmade by craftsman in Guatemala
- Blue Bandana Relics, a curated collection of vintage Americana and quality American brands.
- Buenas, all sorts of South American goodness you can eat on the spot or take home to use in your own recipes. Think: take-n-bake empanadas, pastry dough to make your own empanadas (and other stuff), and sauces you can use for everything from roasting chicken and salmon, to topping oysters.
- In Season Food Shop, made-to-order meals and drinks, local food products, and a curated selection of grocery essentials
- Maca, chic and cheeky, regular and character macarons that range in flavors from vanilla to blueberry basil cheesecake.
- Peston, unique accessories, fleeky home goods and apparel.
- Happy Cactus, succulents, cacti, air plants, exotic plants, ethically sourced butterflies, crystals, gems, fossils and pretty much anything extraordinary Mother Nature creates.
- Additionally, guests will also enjoy soaps and creams from the Sentas Family Farm and much, more!
Precinct will be serving their regular breakfast, brunch and lunch menus all day long, so reserve your table and head over!
Precinct Kitchen + Bar is bringing back winter one more time.
Precinct Kitchen + Bar will be paying homage to the final episode of the iconic hit show, Game of Thrones, by bringing back their themed menu for three days, May 17-19 to celebrate the finale on May 19th!
If you missed it this winter, join fellow fans to taste the “Dragon Fire Wings,” “Little Fingers,” “Buffalo Bites of Bravos,” and “The King Slayer.”
Check out Eataly’s never-done-before sale on Saturday, May 18th.
Take 20% off your purchase when you pick up six bottles or more, beginning at 10:00am — and yes, nothing is off limits. You can search through more than 1,200 bottles (even those in the riserva room, which houses Eataly’s top selection of vinos that are made with riper grapes and undergo longer periods of aging). Prepare for the sale all week long starting on Monday, May 13th with daily complimentary wine tastings, $10 pours by the glass and lots of free classes to fill your mind with helpful info on grape growing, different varietals & regions and production. Peruse the celebration specifics here.
Join Post 390 for their “Farm to Post” Summer Seafood Kick Off Dinner.
Enjoy oysters, lobsters and more from our friends at Island Creek Oysters of Duxbury Bay and Snappy Lobster of Scituate. Cocktail hour starts at 6pm with their live action oyster bar. Then, continue to dinner for their take on the classic New England clambake!
Tickets are $55.00 and include a welcome reception, clambake and beverage pairings. Tax and gratuity are included. Limited tickets available.
About Farm to Post:
Our Farm to Post menu, offered nightly and changing seasonally, celebrates New England’s food system innovators with next level farm-to-table dishes showcasing the region’s finest and freshest ingredients and the inspiring people behind them.
Island Creek Oyster Display
raw duxbury oysters dressed with wild allium blooms, pink peppercorn & champagne
Fried Whole-Belly Clams
sorrel, charred lemon aioli, braised rhubarb
Maine-Caught Ocean Perch Crudo
pickled green strawberries, carrot mousse, charcoal sea salt, honey-wheat cracker
Wild Ramp & New Potato Chowder
crispy-fried skate wing, seared scallops, grilled maple-bacon, pea tendrils
New England Clambake
seaweed-steamed whole lobsters, clams, mussels, jonah crabs & whelks, grilled chorizo-stuffed squid, lemon-garlic scup, & smoked portuguese sausages
Wilted Stinging Nettles, Fresh Cheese
Charred Green-Garlic Marinated Asparagus
Drawn Sea Urchin Butter
Strawberry Olive Oil Shortbread
local strawberries, olive oil spine cake, sweet cream ice cream
An Italian Summer Night with Boston’s Best Chefs
On June 6, Terra’s Executive Chef Dan Bazzinotti invites some of Boston’s best chefs to take over the restaurant’s roaring wood-fired grill as they bring their talents to Eataly’s beloved urban oasis.
Join Chef-Partner Tony Messina of Uni, Chef-Owner Cassie Piuma of Sarma, Executive Chef Sam De Los Santos of Eataly Boston, Chef-Owner David Punch of Sycamore, Boston Magazine Food Editor Scott Kearnan (the MC for the evening), and Media Sponsor Boston magazine for a perfect night of good food, seasonal drinks, and lively music.
During this summer cocktail party, guests will stroll through their Italian greenhouse and indulge in passed signature Terra bites by Chef Bazzinotti along with a spread of featured cicchetti created by their talented guest chefs—all prepared on the famous wood-fired grill! With the presentation of every dish, each chef will explain the concept behind what they prepared and then mingle with party-goers. Throughout the evening, a live DJ will spin upbeat tunes before the dance floor opens up and adds the final touch to a lively night!
Don’t miss their grand summer party celebrating some of Boston’s finest culinary masterminds! Eataly is proud to partner with No Kid Hungry, an organization working to end child hunger in America, during this exciting evening. Their cash bar will feature a special No Kid Hungry-dedicated drink, and $1 from each one sold along with $1 from every ticket sale will go to the non-profit.
Your ticket will include:
- All-access to an array of passed bites created by Chef Bazzinotti, Chef Messina, Chef Piuma, Chef De Los Santos, and Chef Punch
- The chance to meet and mingle with some of Boston’s top chefs and Boston Magazine Food Editor Scott Kearnan
- Welcome wine
- Access to a cash bar with Terra’s signature cocktails and extensive wine & draft beer list
- Entertainment by our live DJ
Celebrate Pride and National Donut Day with OAK Long Bar + Kitchen
National Donut Day is this Friday, June 7, coinciding with Boston PRIDE week. Fairmont Copley Plaza is waving its PRIDE flag loud and proud outside in Copley Square, and to further celebrate with the community OAK Long Bar + Kitchen will give away complimentary mini PRIDE donuts to its patio customers from 4–8PM on Friday, with the purchase of any drink or food, while supplies last. The three-inch minis baked by OAK’s Pastry Chef Lindsay Le Blanc will be a Funfetti Brioche Donut with Rainbow Glaze.
Chef Lindsay is known for her creative donuts and crullers. Every weekend she bakes a new flavor for the Brunch menu’s “French Cruller” special. Last weekend’s cruller was Orange Creamsicle, and past flavors include Vanilla Bean w/ Peanut Butter, Mexican Hot Chocolate and Raspberry Hazelnut.
Del Frisco’s newest wine experience features an exclusive five-course menu to complement an impressive selection of wines.
Featuring a selection of wines from some of the most noteworthy wineries, Cade, Odette and Plumpjack, the evening’s fare will feature dishes including Seared Jumbo Sea Scallops, Grilled Australian Lamb Loin and Duck Confit Meatballs – just to name a few. To view the full menu, please click here.
Expect a collection of varietals from Sauvignon Blanc to Cabernet Sauvignon; expertly paired flavors, for an unforgettable celebration.
Availability is limited. Reserve your table now by clicking here or by calling Del Frisco’s Back Bay directly at (617) 259-1568.
Join Sommelier Jaimie Puckett and Chef Brian Arruda for a four-course wine dinner.
On August 22nd, join Head Sommelier Jaimie Puckett and Executive Chef Brian Arruda in welcoming Vokel Cellars owner & winemaker Dana von Sternberg for a seasonally-inspired tasting menu featuring limited-production Vokel wines from Sonoma.
Vokel Cellars was born from the concept that the best wines are made in the vineyard, not the winery. Dana focuses on small lots from sustainably farmed vineyards, using minimally invasive winemaking practices, allowing the vineyard sites to speak for themselves.
Reception with Canapés
2015 Sonoma Coast Chardonnay
FOIE GRAS TARTE
apricot, grapefruit, chrysanthemum
2016 ‘Starscape Vineyard’ Russian River Valley Chardonnay
CHORIZO AND CLAMS
tomato, roasted garlic, rouille
2015 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
SWORDFISH EN PAPILLOTE
Olive medley, rosemary, sweet pepper
2016 ‘SHV’ Russian River Valley Pinot Noir
SELECTION OF LOCAL CHEESES
2016 ‘Eastside Ranch’ Russian River Valley Pinot Noir