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Girasole Ristorante & Lounge Symphony House, 440 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 215-732-2728 An Italian boutique restaurant with a strong Mediterranean influence. Fresh ingredients and simple preparations, served in style with Versace banquettes and place-settings. A beautiful bar with a noteworthy selection of custom cocktails and quality wines.

Classic Wines from Spain & Portugal January 14, 2011 6:30 PM Cost: $45 plus tax and service charge

This class will introduce attendees to some of the methods to evaluate, experience and understand eall the aromas and tastes that wine has to offer. We will take you on a culinary trip to the most widely planted wine producing nation Spain. This region produces some outstanding wines and we will experience these along with a buffet dinner.

Great Wines from Great Places in Europe February 4, 2011 6:30 PM Cost: $75 plus tax and service charge

Keating’s River Grill 201 South Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia 215-521-6509 Located on the waterfront, Keating’s River Grill is the perfect location for not just a meal, but a dining experience. Their American Grill Cuisine ranges from one of the best cheese steaks in Philly, to a 14oz. New York Strip Steak. Prime Rib Night every Friday night. Open until midnight every night. Keating’s River Grill Bar is the perfect spot for happy hour, a pre-dinner drink, or to watch a big game. Relax in a quiet corner while enjoying a beautiful river view or join the crowd watching your favorite team on one of their 51-inch plasma televisions. Excellent martini and wine selection, as well as having a few of Philadelphia’s finest local brews on tap.

This class is for the wine enthusiast. Imagine flying all over Europe in search of a great wine. Well get your passport and join us as we enjoy great wines from great places in Europe. A truly unique wine tasting experience, Dr. Pavlis has hand picked these wines from Europe for us to enjoy. Each wine will be matched with an entree inspired by that European region for the perfect pairing.

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Spend the night at the Tuscany House Hotel for $99plus taxes BREAKFAST INCLUDED.

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CLASSES Hosted by Dr. Gary Pavlis


Q BBQ & Tequila 207 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 215-625-8605 Settle into a rocking chair on their porch. Order a signature tequila or bourbon drink. Breathe in the amazing aromas and relax. You’ll be treated to the best slow-style Southern barbeque you’ve ever tasted.

Ristorante LABUCA

Ristorante La Buca 711 Locust Street • Philadelphia (215) 928-0556 Chef-owner Giuseppe Giuliani opened Ristorante La Buca over thirty years ago and it is still going strong. “Buca” (meaning cave) remains a local classic and not too much has changed at this hideaway serving outstanding Tuscan originals. A visit to 711 Locust Street still means a walk down that flight of stairs into another world that is reminiscent of Italy, and the ambiance of this spot makes your meal even more enjoyable. The menu features traditional Italian cuisine and a special catch of the day (grilled and hand- selected from the ever-present seafood cart). Try his Seafood fra Diavolo, or the Sea Scallops with polenta and Swiss chard. The double-cut Lamb Chops are in the same category, and dessert is a must, and the Tuscany (rum cake) makes for a great ending. LIFESTYLE | January 2011 61

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