Little Bites: Spoon chef guests at Cure, and Easter brunches abound
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• Chef Brian Pekarcik of Spoon in East Liberty will be a guest chef at Cure in Lawrenceville at 4 p.m. Sunday. He and Cure chef Justin Severino will cook a six-course menu highlighting different methods of curing, preserving, pickling and smoking sustainable seafood; dinner with wine pairings, $80 per person, reservations required; curepittsburgh.com, 412-252-2595.
• The Willow Room, Belle Vernon, is offering a buffet brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Selections will include an omelet station and a Belgian waffle station; adults, $26.99; kids under 12, $12.99; kids under 4, free (tax and 18 percent gratuity will be added to bill). Reservations required; www.thewillowroom.com, 724-379-5666.
• Habitat restaurant at the Fairmont Pittsburgh, Downtown, is offering a locally inspired buffet menu, which will include a charcuterie and local cheese display, slow roasted leg of lamb, entree selections of filet mignon and lobster and a selection of desserts; seatings at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.; adults, $75 (includes a mimosa, self-parking and live entertainment from the Daniel May Trio); kids 12 and under, $37.50; kids 5 and under, free; habitatrestaurant.com, 412-773-8848 for reservations.
Wine and dine
• Palate Partners, Strip District, is offering an "ABC Anything But Cabernet or Chardonnay" wine class from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. The class will explore lesser-known varieties; $35 per person, pre-paid reservations required; www.dreadnoughtwines.com, 412-391-1709.
First Published March 22, 2012 12:00 am