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Dining out tonight?

Get on the phone now

Tonight's the night to take your sweetheart out to dinner. Many restaurants are planning Valentine's Day specials, meals that two can share, for example.

However, if you haven't made a reservation, better make that call now. Or plan to dine at one of the many restaurants that don't take reservations.

Tickets on sale now

for pinot noir festival

Tickets for the three-day International Pinot Noir Celebration and its sub-event, An Afternoon of Pinot Noir, will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis beginning Thursday. There is no lottery for tickets this year.

To be held July 25-27 at Linfield College in McMinnville, the International Pinot Noir Celebration includes lectures, winery tours and incredible food paired with pinot noir wines from Oregon, France, California, Australia, New Zealand, Tasmania and Switzerland.

Tickets for the three-day event are $795, lodging not included. Tickets to An Afternoon of Pinot Noir on July 27 are $125.

More information on the celebration and a registration form are available at www.ipnc.org.

Willie's will focus

on Lebanese cuisine

Willie's on 7th Street will feature food from Lebanon on Feb. 21 and 22.

Owner Walid Saleeby will share cuisine from his homeland for this special event. For reservations, call 485-0601.

The first course will be a sampler of traditional mazza (hors d'oeuvres): stuffed grape leaves, tabbouleh, hummus, baba ghanouj, pita bread, fried vegetables with tahini sauce, fatayer and lahma bil ajeen. You can choose an entree from a small menu of Lebanese dishes. The price is $25 per person.

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Title Annotation:Dining Out Sideshow; Food
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Date:Feb 14, 2003
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