Mezcal Lessons at Apartment A, Sunday Supper at Crossroads, and More!

A guide to the upcoming week’s most delicious happenings

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The New Aperitivo Menu at Cecconi’s — 2/19
The Italian restaurant has revamped its happy hour menu to feature pizzettas, baked gnocchi, meatballs, and more. Small bites are $4 each; cocktails are $7. Available Tuesday through Saturday from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. More information.

Mescal Lesson at Apartment A — 2/22
A great cocktail requires the right mixing technique and an understanding of your chosen spirit. If mescal is your drink, pick up a few tricks at this two-hour class. Tickets are $75 and include lunch. For an extra $10 guests may purchase a booklet of drink recipes. More information.

Fried Chicken Night at the Larder at Burton Way Every Thursday
Suzanne Goin’s marketplace-cafe will serve Tennessee sweet tea fried chicken (mmm!) with coleslaw, cavolo nero, and house-baked cornbread. The dinner costs $19.95 and will be offered from 5 p.m. until closing. More information.

Adam Fleischman Hosts a Sunday Supper at Crossroads — 2/23
The Umami founder gets back in the kitchen with chef Tal Ronnen to cook plant-based versions of his famous burgers. The menu—$45 per person—includes three courses: a salad, a trio of sliders, and dessert. A beer pairing is available for an additional $10. More information.

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