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Weekly Food & Wine – April 15 – April 21

Main Street Arts Festival

Main St. is a culinary tour-de-force. Festival-goers get top-quality food and drink choices from twenty-three restaurants to satisfy almost any taste bud. From bratwurst to fajitas and Mediterranean to Thai, this Arts Festival will get you fed. There is even a Craft Brew Garden and a Wine Experience tent if you get thirsty.

www.fixturefw.com

WHAT: Main Street Arts Festival

WHEN: April 14 – 18

WHERE: Downtown – Main Street

Tax Day Relief at Pearl Snap Kolaches

No one looks forward to tax day. Wade Chappell, owner of Pearl Snap Kolaches, has the cure. They plan to introduce a Kolache Burger to take the sting out of tax day. His famous kolache buns have been devoured on hamburgers at Fixture on Magnolia for a year now.

www.pskolaches.com

WHAT: Pearl Snap introduces their Kolache Burger

WHEN: April 15

WHERE: Pearl Snap Kolaches

Chocolate Fest Grapevine

The festival kicks off on Friday with an evening of chocolate and wine. Sample your way through delicious chocolate creations from some of the premier chocolate makers in North Texas, complimented by premium wines and delectable hors d’oeuvres. Then, dance the night away to live music. More chocolate tastings on Saturday.

www.grapevinetexasusa.com/festivals-events/chocolatefest

WHAT: 12th Annual Chocolate Fest

WHEN: April 15-16

WHERE: Grapevine Convention Center

Truffle making class with Dr. Sue – Grapevine

Local celebrity chocolatier, Dr. Sue Williams, will teach you how to make your own truffles. She and her team will bring a variety of ingredients and you keep what you make. All of this chocolaty-goodness will be paired with a flight of Messina Hof’s award-winning wines. $39.99 per person, reservations required.

www.messinahof.com

WHAT: Meet the Chocolatier

WHEN: April 17 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.

WHERE: Messina Hof Winery – Grapevine

Champagne in the Garden – Class led by Richard King

Enjoy a Sparkling Wine evening in the beautiful Japanese Garden along with your instructor, Ellerbe Fine Food’s own Richard King. You will learn how sparkling wines are produced and sample five from different areas of the world including Champagne, France. You must be 21 to register for this TCU extended education class.

www.lifelong.is.tcu.edu

WHAT: Champagne in the Garden – TCU extended education class

WHEN: April 18 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

WHERE: Japanese Garden

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