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Another reason to go Upstairs

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  April 27, 2010 08:49 AM

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As if anyone needs a better reason to indulge on the menu from Upstairs on the Square. However, I'm going to give you one. This Wednesday, April 28 Upstairs sets up shop at the Museum of Science for participation in a DYI lecture series "Planting the Seeds: Dinner Discussion" where foodies and proponents of locally grown food can gather for a tasteful dinner lecture. 

Jessie Banhazl of Green City Growers teams up with chef Steven Brand of Upstairs to bring guests an evening focused around the benefits of locally grown food, with actual recipes for preparing meals with the ingredients from nearby farms. The night includes a three-course dinner and take-home starter kit. Cost is $60 for dinner ad $85 for those who would like to include wine pairings with dinner [price includes tax, tip, and starter kit]. For information and reservations call 617-864-1933.

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