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South End Grape Stomp; Five Nepalese Teas

SOUTH END - Now here's something you don't see very often in Boston proper: a grape stomp. That's part of the upcoming Harvest Fest at chef Barbara Lynch's The Butcher Shop. This Sunday, September 23 from 1pm to 6pm, $85 includes charcuterie, burgers, hotdogs, cheeses and the chance to participate in some sausage making. Call 617.423.4800 for tickets and see here for more details. [Facebook]

THE SEA - The Associated Press/Boston Globe speaks with members of the local fishing community, environmental groups and policy advocates in the wake of last week's declaration of disaster by the US Commerce Department regarding the Northeast's groundfishing ­industry. Stay tuned for how the declaration affects your dinner out. [BG]

BACK BAY - Starting this week L'Espalier will begin offering regular Sunday tea tasting events with resident tea sommelier Cynthia Gold. Up first: five teas from Nepal. Also, tea sandwiches and pastries. September 23, $50, call for reservations: 617.262.3023. [Official Site]

L'Espalier

774 Boylston Street, , MA 02199 (617) 262-3023 Visit Website

The Butcher Shop (Boston)

552 Tremont St., Boston, MA 02118 (617) 423-4800 Visit Website

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