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Finer Dining: Scotch Dinner, Passport New Zealand, Karbach at Boiler House

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Scotch glass illustrationCrumpets' Single Malt Scotch Tasting and Dinner Join other lovers of single malt Scotches in this dinner and tasting at Crumpets Restaurant & Bakery on Friday, (Jan. 31) at 7 p.m. Chef Francois Maeder will prepare each course to serve with a different Scotch. The menu includes: Aperitif -- Oban 14 year; Glenkinchie 12 year served with Baked Brie; Talisker 10 year with Smoked Salmon Canapes; Cragganmore 12 year with Prociutto-stuffed Mushroom; Lagavulin 16 year with Lamb Chops with fresh rosemary and Dijon mustard; Dalwhinnie with Chocolate Florentine for dessert. Reservations are required. The price is $55 per person plus tax and gratuity. Please call 210-821-5600. Crumpets is at 3920 Harry Wurzbach Road. Sandy Oaks Passport Dinner sets sail for New Zealand Sandy Oaks Olive Orchard invites you to come out and enjoy an evening of pairing olive oils, wines, cheeses and typical dishes that best display the gastronomic arts of some of the worlds finest olive-growing regions. oliveoilThe next dinner features the food of New Zealand, renowned for its bountiful fresh produce, lamb and of course, olives and world-famous wines. The dinner will be on Feb. 7, at Sandy Oaks, 25195 Mathis Road, Elmendorf. This is just a 25-minute drive from downtown San Antonio. The dinner begins at 7 p.m. and costs $65 per person. To make reservations call (210) 621-0044. For photos, information on the olive tree nursery, gift shop, the Kitchen at Sandy Oaks restaurant and more, visit the website at www.sandyoaks.com. Boiler House has fun and Karbach on tap Boiler House at the Pearl, 312 Pearl Parkway, is having a Karbach beer dinner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. In honor of the dinner, chef Jeff White has created five courses of playfully named dishes to go with the playfully named beers. beer icyThey include Jonny’s Beer Nuts and Deconstruction Zone Pastrami Sandwich with duck pastrami and foie gras spread paired with Karbach Hopadillo Negro IPA, followed by Strong Man Chowder with Karbach Weekend Warrior Pale Ale. That’s How Jeff Rolls, a lobster salad with cider beer bacon on a bun, will be served with Karbach Weisse Versa Wheat, while Pig in a Poke, melted pork shoulder, will be with Karbach Rodeo Clown Double IPA. An Ice Cream Manwich and the Karbach Hellfighter Imperial Porter close out the meal. The price is $55 a person plus tax and tip. For reservations, call (210) 354-4644.    
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