American Tapas 50-Mile Dinner, February 23

Wentworth by the Sea’s 9th Annual Winter Wine Festival, a 6-week showcase of New England Chefs and Grand Vintners, includes a 50-Mile Dinner with Chef Matt Louis of Moxy Restaurant. Check out their schedule for dinners featuring other local chefs, such as Ben Hasty of When Pigs Fly, and Evan Hennessey of Stages at One Washington:

American Tapas 50-Mile Dinner, with Matt Louis, Moxy Restaurant
9th Annual Winter Wine Festival 2013
Wentworth by the Sea Hotel, 588 Wentworth Rd, New Castle, NH
Saturday, February 23, 2013
Reception at 6pm, followed by 4-course dinner at 7pm

Renowned chef Matt Louis, former Wentworth by the Sea Executive Sous Chef and current owner and chef of Moxy Restaurant, makes his return to the hotel for a night to demonstrate American Tapas style dining. In a unique twist on the traditional wine dinner, we will be showcasing an array of beverages, all created within a 50 mile proximity of the hotel, to pair with Matt’s locally produced menu.

$99.95 plus tax and service charge.

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  1. Jo
    Posted February 15, 2013 at 8:00 am | Permalink

    I would like to know if there is such a place where people with EBT cards for foodstamp only can buy cheaper or not so high quality seafood for a dime? I am an elderly with disabilities (over 55) and do not have alot of money with the amount of foodstamp I get I cannot get through the month with this amount. Thanks for the help!

    • Sara Zoe
      Posted February 17, 2013 at 5:36 pm | Permalink

      Hello Jo,

      thank you so much for bringing up this important question. We have no easy answers, but your question helps the conversation move forward. At this time, we think the options for using EBT for seafood are limited to grocery stores, and our own Winter Farmers’ Markets where we offer Market Match for SNAP/EBT users. That is, if you spend $10, you’ll receive an additional $10 to spend at the market.

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