Yoga & Beer @ The Gateway
Each and every Wednesday at 6:00 p.m., The Gateway teams up with Squatters/Wasatch beers and Salt Lake Power Yoga to host YOGA & BEER. Yes, this is a chance to combine two things you love: yoga and beer.
“The talented instructors at Salt Lake Power Yoga will lead this series with a power flow yoga, integrating optional Squatters/Wasatch beer drinking postures,” said the Power Yoga folks. “In addition to Yoga & Beer, Han’s Kombucha will now be joining us every week. All levels of yogis, beer drinkers, and kombucha lovers are welcome. Yoga is free. Squatters/Wasatch beers are $5. Han’s Kombucha is $5.”
No experience needed—all shapes, sizes, and ability levels welcome and supported! Classes will be held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at The Gateway at 12 S. Rio Grande St. This is a free event but pre registration is required for each date as space is limited. Tickets will be available every Monday. Click here to get your ticket.
Pago Winemaker Dinner
Owner Scott Evans and Pago restaurant will host winemaker Lorenzo de Monaco for a special winemaker dinner on Sunday, March 14th, featuring La Segreta wines from Agricola Segretum in Umbria. The first seating sold out in hours but a second seating at 7:30 p.m. has been added to accommodate more guests.
For the first course there will be a Winter Wedge with slow-roasted Napa cabbage, pickled apple, blue cheese and toasted seeds paired with La Segreta “Freghino.” That will be followed by Burrata & Roasted Acorn Squash with black garlic, leeks and pomegranate seeds and La Segreta “Marmocchio.”. The main course is Beef Bourguignon with red wine-braised beef short ribs, crispy potatoes, pearl onions, mushrooms and bacon paired with La Segreta “Cru HTH.” For dessert there will be Pago S’mores with Ritual chocolate, marshmallow, graham cracker crumble and La Segreta Cinino.”
The cost per person for the dinner is $65 for food and $45 for the optional wine pairings, plus tax and gratuity. Click here for tickets.
𝜫 Day @ Cena Ristorante & Lounge
Cena serves lunch, apres ski and dinner in the Ristorante and Lounge, including some of the best fried clams I’ve ever eaten. In addition to pasta, antipasti, entrees, salads, desserts and such, Cena features thin-crust pizzas called pizzetta. There’s a Winter Margherita, Italian Sausage & Sweet Peppers, Creminelli Pepperoni, Roasted Chicken Thigh Florentine, Braised Balsamic Lamb Shoulder, and Oyster Mushrooms with Baby Beets pizzas to choose from. Happy PI Day!
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.