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5 Food & Drink Events You Can’t Miss April 2015

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It’s time to get out and about and indulge in a host of local springtime events showcasing fantastic food, first-class wine and spirits and toe-tapping tunes. Here’s our roundup for the remaining days of April:

Seafood Tasting Menu at The Silverspoon, April 21–23: Go on a seafood-centric journey with seven exquisitely prepared courses. Starting with fluke tartare accompanied by green apple, celery, horseradish, dill and pistachio and making its way through dishes that are marinated, cured, fried, braised and steamed, the dinner will whet your appetite for the summery seaside days to come. $60/person; call the restaurant or make reservations online. 503 W. Lancaster Ave., Eagle Village Shops, Wayne, (610) 688-7646, www.silverspoonwayne.com

Firriato Wine Dinner at Paramour, April 23: Braised rabbit agnolotti, whole-roasted lamb and big-eye tuna will be among the dishes on executive chef Eric Goods’ five-course menu to be paired with wines from Firriato Winery, recently named among Wine Spectator’s Top 100 for 2014. Paramour’s resident sommelier, Steven Gullo, and Marco Scapagnini, brand ambassador for Firriato Winery and founder of Niche Italy Travel Guide, will be the hosts for the evening. $95/person; call the restaurant for reservations. 139 E. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 977-0600, www.paramourwayne.com

Weckerly’s and Wyebrook Farm//Photo by Nina Lea Photography

Wyebrook Music Festival//Photo by Nina Lea Photography

Wyebrook Music Festival at Wyebrook Farm, April 25: Take a scenic drive to Wyebrook’s 350+-acre farm for this family-friendly event featuring live music by Frog Holler, Mason Porter, Marah and more. Bring a blanket and your favorite bottle and soak in the view. A variety of food stands showcasing the farm’s sustainably-raised meats, paired with local organic veggies, will be on site to satisfy when hunger strikes. Advance tickets online are $25; tickets at the door will be $35. Free for children 12 and younger. 150 Wyebrook Rd., Honey Brook, (610) 942-7481, www.wyebrookfarm.com

Wine Tasting at White Dog Cafe, April 27: White Dog Cafe and Rolling Barrel Events have collaborated to offer an educational evening of wine tasting and hors d’oeuvres. The five-course wine tasting will be chock-full of local love from 6–7:30 p.m. Space is limited; reserve your place no later than April 25 by calling the restaurant. 200 W. Lancaster Ave., Wayne, (610) 225-3700, www.whitedog.com/wayne

Olive Oil Cake//Photo courtesy of AG Catering

Sinful Feast Garden Party at The Physick House, April 30: AG Catering, Art in the Age and the Philadelphia Society for the Preservation of Landmarks are hosting a six-course feast that will put the spotlight on local produce from Philly Foodworks and guest host Nic Esposito, urban farming enthusiast and author of Kensington Homestead. A cocktail hour in the historic mansion’s garden will be followed by a farm-to-table meal in the dining room. $85/person; get tickets online. 321 S. 4th St., Philadelphia

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