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Friday, April 26, 2013

The Ten Best Food Events in St. Louis This Weekend: April 26 to 28

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It's been a long week. Treat yourself. Two beer fests, a centennial wine tasting and a sangria tasting provide plenty of ways to wet that whistle. Read on for some recommendations of where to eat and (most importantly) drink this weekend.

See also: -Sniff and Sip at Centennial Wine Expo Friday -Hop Over to Two Beer Festivals This Weekend

Friday (Apr. 26):

Sangria and Cocktail Tasting @ Vom Fass Taste a red and white sangria from Bodega de San Antonio to prep yourself for summer, along with some special cocktails using Vom Fass liquours. Free. 5 to 7:30 p.m.

11th Annual Herb Days Plant Sale @ Missouri Botanical Garden The St. Louis Herb Society strikes again with a selection of more than 100 varieties of herbs ranging in price from $2.75 to $4.50. Shop around and get tips from knowledgable volunteers. Admission is included with Garden admission. Friday, Apr. 26 and Saturday, Apr. 27 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Centennial Wine Expo @ The Moulin "This is the first year for the Centennial Wine Expo, which will feature more than 140 different types of wine from around the world. Fifteen local distributors are bringing in wines that are currently only available to restaurants or specialty wine shops for the tasting, which Scott Gaghan, Expo founder, hopes to make an annual event." Tickets cost $34.99. 6 to 9 p.m.

Five Star Lounge Luxury Auditoriums Launch @ St. Charles 18 Cine Wehrenberg Theatre's five-star concept expands to their St. Chuck location. Kick back in a heated leather recliner and have snacks like loaded baked potato chips and bacon cheeseburgers brought to your seat at the push of a button. Check out the Wehrenberg website for showtimes and tickets.

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