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• Osteria 2350, Strip District, has begun holding a wine and cooking class at 6 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month, starting July 25. The first class features a meal and wine pairing inspired by Tuscany. $45 per person, credit card reservation required; www.osteria2350pittsburgh.com, 412-281-3090.
• Friday night, the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and Rugby Realty are sponsoring a one-night addition to the Cultural District Gallery Crawl. They're converting the parking lot at 7th and Liberty Avenue to a night market with 15 vendors and food from Meat and Potatoes and future Downtown resident Conflict Kitchen. The market will be open from 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.
• Morton's the Steakhouse, Downtown, has added more than a dozen new menu items, including an ahi tuna tower, pepper-crusted beef tenderloin carpaccio, a chopped spinach salad and a bone-in veal chop. www.mortons.com/pittsburgh, 412-261-7141.
• Capital Grille, Downtown, has brought back the Generous Pour wine event through the end of July. Enjoy unlimited pours of nine different wines selected by master sommelier George Miliotes for $25 with dinner; www. thecapitalgrille.com, 412-338-9100.
• The Gateway Clipper Fleet has appointed a new executive chef. John Logan previously spent 21 years as the executive chef of the Pittsburgh Golf Club. www.gatewayclipper.com, 412-355-7980.dining