Eating, Drinking and Cooking in South Jersey This Weekend (1/4-6)

Cape May Brewing

It’s a quiet weekend, to be quite honest. And it’s going to be cold, as January tends to get. So maybe this Saturday would be a good day to take in a couple of local brews.

Cape May Brewing has expanded its tap room, and its hours of operation. They’re now open on Saturdays from 12PM to 8PM. And, they’re open on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays as well. But the laster hours on Saturday will give you ample time to enjoy them as well as Tuckahoe Brewing, which has its Saturday hours from 12PM to 4PM. Make it a nice little beer tour, why doncha?

Another Saturday option for you is at Borgata, where each and every Saturday at Vintage (located in The Water Club), a wine tasting is given from 4PM to 7PM.  The selection of wines available for the tasting are selected by Borgata’s own sommeliers.

On Monday, it’s the monthly dining event of  The Epicurean Society of Southern New Jersey, and this month they will be dining at Clancy’s by the Bay in Somers Point. The dinner starts at 6:30PM, and the cost is $40 per person ($25 for members for members of the Society).

If you care to venture out of South Jersey this weekend…

I don’t know about you, but I am certainly intrigued by Chaddsford Winery’s snow bar which opens  weekend for the winter.

Here’s the cooking class schedule for the weekend:

Friday:  Our Italian Kitchen – Our Repertoire at In The Kitchen Cooking School in Haddonfield, Don’t Fear the Phyllo! at Kitchen Kapers in Moorestown, and Perfect Homemade Pasta at Sur la Table in Marlton.

Saturday: Essential Knife Skills at Sur la Table, French Steakhouse at Viking Cooking School in Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City, Dim Sum: An In The Kitchen New Year Tradition at In The Kitchen Cooking School, and Five Star Couples Dinner at Kitchen Kapers.

Sunday: Champagne Brunch at Viking Cooking School, Handcrafted Artisan Bread at Sur la Table, Knife Skills at In The Kitchen Cooking School, and Kids in the Kitchen: That’s Italian at Kitchen Kapers.


3 thoughts on “Eating, Drinking and Cooking in South Jersey This Weekend (1/4-6)

  1. I’ve been reading your posts for a while but never realized you’re from the ‘boro until now. I was a Pennypacker girl way back when. Thanks for the ideas for this weekend!

    1. K-High graduate Class of ’88. Parents still live in Garfield East. Now get out there and enjoy those beers!

  2. that’s my sister’s year. she didn’t go to K but has lots of friends from there she still gets together with. She’s a food writer. I’ll ask her if she knows you and recommend your blog. cheers!

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