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Eat This Week, March 1 to 7, 2017: Moonrise Cocktails

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Ingredients for the Flew the Coop cocktail
  • Ingredients for the Flew the Coop cocktail

Stonecutter Spirits teams up with Mary's Restaurant chef-owner Doug Mack and host Laura Mack to regale visitors with a quirky, film-inspired fête. Start with chicken-and-apple dumplings and a tree-fruit gin fizz, courtesy of Fantastic Mr. Fox. Then take a red-capped seafaring adventure featuring ceviche and tropical, tiki-like tipples inspired by The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. In the third course, celebrate Moonrise Kingdom's young and angsty summer love with hazelnut halibut and a bittersweet whiskey beverage. Usher in the credits with an indulgent chocolate finish, like those served in the heyday of The Grand Budapest Hotel.

Wes Anderson Cocktail Dinner: Saturday, March 4, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Mary's at the Inn at Baldwin Creek, Bristol. $65 plus tax and tip; preregister.

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Misery Loves Co. and Shacksbury celebrate Vermont Cider Week by pairing five apple tipples with chorizo and chocolate, croquettes and cured hams, olives, octopus, cheeses, and quince in a feast inspired by Spain's fiercely independent northern terminus. Thursday, March 2, 6-9 p.m., Misery Loves Co., Winooski. $100, preregister.

Capital City Farmers Market: Stock up on winter produce, meats and cheeses, honey, maple syrup and more at Montpelier's cold-season market. Saturday, March 4, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., City Center, Montpelier. Free.


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