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Baltimore dining calendar for the week ahead

Here’s what's coming up on Baltimore's dining calendar this week.

Clementine in Hamilton is hosting a six-course goat dinner tonight. The  menu features goat from Wagon Wheel Farm and dairy from other local farms, along with beer, wine and cider pairings. The event is a fundraiser for Gather Baltimore. Tickets are $80 and menu details are online at Eventbrite.

Bluegrass in South Baltimore debuts a new weekly Chicken Box Special on Tuesday, June 25. The $11.95 deal, which is only available at the bar or for carryout,  includes two smoked and fried chicken thighs, corn bread and wedge fries. The Chicken Box special will be available every Tuesday night, from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

The monthly Fiesta at Pazo evening returns to the Harbor East restaurant on Thursday. The casual-dining evenings feature a tapas reception and wine tasting, followed by a seated main course and dessert. The cost is $59 per person inclusive. Call 410-534-7296 for reservations.

Also on Thursday, Shiso Tavern in Canton celebrates its first anniversary, 6 p.m.-10 p.m., with drink specials, complimentary appetizers and an extended happy hour.

Fans of Food Truck rallies have two Friday night Gatherings to consider. The regular old Gathering is back on the plaza in front of Penn Station with a "funkadelic" theme. The other Gathering down is at McHenry Row in Locust Point and includes an optional wine tasting. Admission to the McHenry Row Gathering is free. Tickets for the Summer Wine Tasting are $20 for a taste of 12 wines. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults. Tasting tickets and details are online at The Gathering website.

 

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