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Eat This Week, April 4 to 10, 2018: Rounds Around

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COURTESY OF OLIVIA'S BAGELS POP-UP
  • Courtesy Of Olivia's Bagels Pop-up

Abracadabra, brunch! Chef Peter Varkonyi pops up at Woodstock's town beanery for a magical bagel party, where everything's naturally leavened and handmade from scratch. On the menu? Everything bagels with smoked-salmon cream cheese and pickled onion; jalapeño rounds, crispy with cheddar and cradling ham; and blueberry bagels with sweet cream cheese. Also: fudge babka and all of the caffeinated beverages — espresso, drip and otherwise — fresh from the house coffee wizards.

Olivia's Bagels Pop-up: Sunday, April 8, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Abracadabra Coffee, Woodstock. Cost of food and drink. Info, oliviasbagelsvt@gmail.com; instagram.com/oliviasbagels; abracadabracoffeeco.com.

More food events

Made in Vermont Marketplace: From wine and specialty foods to crafts and more, a wide variety of local products are on display at this fifth annual trade show. Saturday, April 7, and Sunday, April 8, Champlain Valley Exposition, Essex Junction. $5-6; free for children under 12. Info, 863-8038; madeinvermontmarketplace.com.

Las Joyas Wine Tasting: Wine importer Patrick Mata guides oenophiles through the geography of Iberian wines with six winemakers from Spain and Portugal. Small plates for pairing; ticket price can be applied toward wine purchases of 12 or more bottles. Sunday, April 8, 2-5 p.m., ArtsRiot, Burlington. $50. Info, 540-0406; artsriot.com.

Celebrity Wait-a-Thon: Well-known locals — think DJ Craig Mitchell and radio host Lisa Nagle — serve diners to raise tips for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Burlington. Monday, April 9, 5-8:30 p.m., Waterworks Food + Drink, Winooski. Cost of food and drink. Info, 497-3525, waterworksvt.com.

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