Celebrate Women’s History Month
Women’s History Month is in full swing. We found a few delicious ways to celebrate, from special pop-up menus designed by women chefs to wine offerings featuring women pioneers and modern-day winemakers. Act fast because availability is limited.
Nourish Your Dome - Tuesdays in March
In honor of Women’s History Month, the crew at Detroit’s EastEats is handing over their restaurant to a few very talented women who will keep the culinary train rolling. First up? Chef Imani Battle of Nourish Ramen. Your reservation includes a salad, a bowl of ramen, dessert, and an option to add on chef Imani’s sweet sorrel boba tea (topped with your choice of tapioca pearls made from cassava root or coconut jellies). There will be options for vegans and meat-eaters alike. Feel free to bring your own beer or wine.
4-Course Meal Kit Benefitting The Abundance Setting - Mar. 20th
Chicagoans are in luck with Parachute’s 4-course meal kit made by some of the city’s most celebrated chefs. The menu includes dishes from chefs Debbie Gold (Barn Steakhouse/Found Kitchen), Sarah Stegner (Prairie Grass Cafe), Beverly Kim (Parachute/Wherewithall), Sandra Holl (Floriole), and Dana Cree (Pretty Cool Ice Cream). One kit feeds two and includes a $100 donation to the Abundance Setting, which supports working mothers in the hospitality industry. Order a kit and tune in to Zoom for a conversation with the chefs on Mar. 20th from 6-7 p.m.
Women of Wine - Sundays in March
In honor of all the female pioneers in winemaking, Philadelphia’s Fork is celebrating Women’s History Month with a special wine subscription. It’s packed with vino cultivated by female winemakers. Every Sunday this month, you can pick up a curated bottle of wine at Fork on Market Street Sundays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and cheers to all of the wonderful women in your life.
Le Macchiole Virtual Wine Dinner - Mar. 26th
Join RPM wine director Richard Hanauer and chef Christian Fantoni on March 26th for a virtual experience celebrating women in wine. The menu includes Tuscan stew, roasted prawns, and rabbit fettuccine, while the featured wine is Cyncia Merli’s Bolgheri Rosso, Le Macchiole, 2018. Join in on a live Zoom session, where the team will discuss the pairing and answer questions.
Slow Food: An Ode to Alice Waters - Mar. 19th
Join chef Lyndsey of TRP Taste for “Slow Food,” a delicious ode to pioneering chef Alice Waters of Chez Panisse. Chef Lyndsey will be cooking a special menu of farm-to-table food inspired by the “Queen of the Slow Food Movement.” Think sustainable, modern, California-driven cuisine. Expect grouper crudo, butter lettuces with heirloom carrots, porchetta, and a blood orange tart. Wine pairings are included.
3-Course Duetto Dinner - Mar. 10th-14th
Don’t miss out on Piccino’s 5-day annual celebration of International Women’s Day. This year, the team (which is owned and led by women) is taking a trip down memory lane with a dinner chock-full of favorites. The 3-course dinner for two features Ribollita (Tuscan bread soup), nettle pizza with housemade ricotta and Meyer lemon, plus white braised lamb. Add on the signature lemon tart for dessert.
Tannin Wine Bar & Kitchen
Women Winemakers Wine Tasting - Mar. 23rd
Join Tannin on Tuesday, March 23rd for a signature wine tasting showcasing women winemakers around the globe. You’ll taste four wines, then enjoy a glass of your favorite. The tasting kicks off at 5 p.m. and it’s only $25.
Shilling Canning Company
Bubbly But Bold: Women's History Month - Pickup Mar. 11th
Join co-owner Sara Quinteros Shilling for a special celebration through The Wine Shop called “Bubbly But Bold.” This month-long program is spotlighting women in the winemaking world, past and present. It’s part digital event, part wine tasting, and part book club. Reserve your package (a bottle of Veuve and a copy of The Widow Cliquot), then join in on a tasting and toast on Mar. 31st. Shilling is proud to support Open Arms Housing, an organization dedicated to supporting women suffering from homelessness and mental illness.