Dinner Time 

Hope you're hungry, because this is a particularly appetizing week.

Felicia Suzanne's is marking its 10th anniversary with a series of dinners beginning on Wednesday, March 21st, with a Newman Farm "Heritage Pig Picking" (7 p.m., $45-$70). The next night, Chef Felicia Willettt is teaming up with Flyer photographer Justin Fox Burks to create a four-course vegan/vegetarian dinner. The evening will also include sustainable wines (7 p.m., $55-$90). The week winds up with a Creole dinner on Friday (7 p.m., $65-$100) and a dinner highlighting the wines of Oregon on Saturday (7 p.m., $100). For reservations, call 523-0877.

On Saturday, March 24th, Grove Grill chef Joshua Perkins will lead the Broken Arrow Ranch Game Dinner (6:30 p.m., $45-$70). On the menu are a pan-roasted Bandera quail with white corn succotash and a barbecue demi-glace and braised wild boar Puerto Rican Sancocho stew. Call 818-9951 for reservations.

Finally, on Monday, March 26th, it's the Castello Monaci wine dinner at River Oaks (6:30 p.m., $65). On the menu: beef braciola with caponata and chicken cannelloni. Luigi Seracca Guerrieri, Castello Monaci's "brand ambassador," will be on hand to talk about the wine.

For more food and wine events, go to page 39 of this week's calendar.

Speaking of Felicia Suzanne's, The Grove Grill

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