5 Tasty, Late-February Events

The month is almost over, but there’s still plenty of time to eat and drink at these delicious events

Winter Wine and Beer Fest 2020

Feb 21
7 p.m.—11 p.m.
Eastern Market Shed 3, 2934 Russell St., Detroit
Via Winter Beer and Wine Festival's Facebook

This festival features over 50 breweries, wine, spirits, games and entertainment. Each admission ticket includes drink tickets, a commemorative pint glass, a photo and access to the games and entertainment. Food will be available for purchase.
Cost: $45—65, available via Eventbrite

African Food Court

Feb 22
11 a.m.—8 p.m.
St. John’s Banquet Hall, 22001 Northwestern Highway, Southfield

Celebrate Black History Month by dining on African cuisine. Lunch will begin serving at 11 a.m., and will feature dishes like jollof rice (a Nigerian classic), waakye (a Ghanaian dish of cooked rice and beans), fried plantain and rice balls and peanut soup. After lunch, a feature on W.E.B. DuBois will be presented, followed by dinner and a DJ.
Cost: $8—15, available via Eventbrite

The RoyalTea Social

Feb 22
1—4 p.m.
The Bailey Loft, 29374 Northwestern Highway, Southfield
Via pexels.com

Nikki Vaugh, host of 105.1 FM radio, hosts this women’s empowerment event full of massages, tea and girl talk! Bring a friend or make some new ones at this fun, female-forward sisterhood social.
Cost: $25, available to purchase on Eventbrite

Dragonmead’s Vegan Food and Beer Pairing

Feb 25
6:30 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Dragonmead Microbrewery, 14600 East Eleven Mile Rd., Warren

Dragonmead Microbrewery presents a fun, plant-based dining experience. Attendees will enjoy a four-course feast of vegan bruschetta, smoked-mushroom stir fry, vegan curry and coconut macaroons with chocolate, all with beer pairings. Following dinner, participants will tour the brewery.
Cost: $30, available on Eventbrite

Vibrant Asian Cuisine – Cooking Class by Cozymeal

Feb 28
12—3 p.m.
Via cozymeal.com

This private cooking class, taught by local chef Angela-Michelle, will teach guests how to cook Asian cuisine in the comfort of their own homes. A maximum of four guests can register for each class (choose to learn at either the chef’s home or your own). Each guest will learn to prepare a three-course meal of miso soup, shrimp and pork potstickers, smoked salmon rolls and avocado-wrapped vegetable rolls.
Cost: $79 per person on Cozymeal

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