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Event Menu

Sept. 17-20

By Virginia B. Wood, September 17, 2010, Food

• The Moveable Feast supper club offers an end of summer feast: four courses for $45, BYOB. Reserve at, and you'll be told the location. Friday, Sept. 17, 6:30pm.

• Austin's homegrown Whole Foods Market celebrates its 30-year anniversary with festive events including a film, a concert, cooking demonstrations, and family fun, all at the flagship store Downtown (525 N. Lamar). See a complete schedule at Sept. 17-18: Friday, 7-10pm; Saturday, noon-10pm.

Faraday's Kitchen Store (1501 RR 620 N., 266-5666) presents its annual Foodie-Palooza weekend: cooking and product demos, artisan food tastings, and a salsa contest. Details and registration info at Sept. 18-19: Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, noon-5pm.

Lux Bakery & Cafe (3601 W. William Cannon #175, 891-9850, hosts an anniversary open house with pastry samples and special prices on hot dogs and bubble teas. Saturday, Sept. 18, noon-5pm.

• Ten wineries along the Fredericksburg Wine Road 290 invite you to the third annual Kiolbassa & Kab tasting event: different sausage preparations paired with Cabernet at each winery. Food is free; wine tasting prices vary. See a map and other info at Saturday, Sept. 18, 10am-6pm.

• Taste North Austin as more than 20 restaurants team for an all-day, family-friendly food festival at booths in the open air space at the Domain. Live music, cooking demos, and beer and wine for sale; food samples and kids' activities require $20 wristbands. Saturday, Sept. 18, 11am-4pm.

• Chef Lawrence Kocurek offers a class on French sauces. $55 per person; Sunday, Sept. 19, 1-4pm. Reserve at 291-4461.

• Attend one of two multicourse Spanish feasts at the Swoop House (3012 Gonzal­es). $75 per person; register at Wednesday & Thursday, Sept. 22-23, 7pm.

Hotel San José (1316 S. Congress, 852-2350, announces the return of steak night with chef Larry McGuire on the grill. Three-course meal for $40-$45. Wines by the glass ($9) or bottle ($34). Reservations suggested. Monday, Sept. 20, 6:30, 7, 8:30, and 9pm.

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