Classes and Weekly Wine

Restaurant Nu classes and Wine Cask Los Olivos wine & dine

Single and hungry? Check out Restaurant Nu’s singles cooking series. Spend each Tuesday in April learning cooking techniques, from sauce basics to advanced meat and seafood preparations, designing menus, shopping at the farmers’ market, exploring food and wine pairings, and making new foodie-minded friends. Classes begin April 4; call 965-1500.

If you’ve already found your mate, show your love by treating them to Nu’s Nicolas Feuillate champagne dinner on April 6 instead. If there’s anything better than five champagne-paired courses, it might be the after-dinner cigar and port tasting on the patio. Restaurant Nu, 1129 State St., 965-1500,

If you’re in the Valley on Tuesdays, head to Wine Cask Los Olivos for BYOB night. Each Tuesday, the corkage fee is waived and a special prix fixe menu (under $30) designed to pair with the wine of the week. 2860 Grand Ave., Los Olivos; call 688-7788 or visit for each week’s wine theme.

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