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Chef Ramon Velazquez will prepare ceviche, shrimp chili tostadas, and fish tacos on the deli side of the building of Three Pickles.

Three Pickles

Chef Ramon Velazquez will prepare ceviche, shrimp chili tostadas, and fish tacos on the deli side of the building of Three Pickles.


September Food & Drink Happenings

Cooking with Leslie; Sunday Football on Canon Perdido; Fancy Wine at Mattei’s Tavern


After a sold-out kick-off focused on chocolate, Leslie “The Accidental Chef” Thomas hosts her second cooking class at The Kitchen at the S.B. Public Market: Presto Pasta: Beyond the Basic Basil on September 28, at 1 p.m., is free, but seating is limited, so hit the market early for lunch. Call 770-7702. … Every week, the Pickle Room and Three Pickles host Pop Up Sunday for Football, which features Chef Ramon Velasquez preparing ceviche, shrimp chili tostadas, and fish tacos on the deli side of the building and Boston Jack stirring up his famous Bloody Marys in the bar. It starts every Sunday at 10 a.m. See facebook.com/ThreePickles. … The historic Mattei’s Tavern in Los Olivos will celebrate harvest with an event on October 4, 1-4 p.m., with wines from Sandhi, Mayacamas, Wind Gap, Leviathan, Qupé, Maison L’Oree, Fable, Evening Land, and Whetstone alongside Chef Robbie Wilson’s food. Tix are $125. See eveninglandvineyards.com. … The second ever Fork Fest, in which top S.B. restaurants vie for the culinary crown by serving their best fork of food to the voting attendees, goes down on Saturday, September 27, 1-4 p.m. Tickets are $45 or $55 to get in at noon. See fork-fest.nightout.com.

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