This Week's Dish: Mission Taco Joint, Sugarfire Smoke House Make Collaborative Taco for Strange Cares

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Mission Taco Joint and Sugarfire Smoke House have joined forces for a good cause. Guests at both The Loop and Soulard locations can now enjoy the ‘Pig on a Mission’ taco, on special for the month of March. This new collaborative taco features chile-rubbed Sugarfire smoked pork topped with an ancho agave glaze, wood-fire grilled pineapple pico de gallo, habanero lime slaw and hibiscus pickled onions. Not only do you get a great tasting taco but each one purchased will be supporting Strange Cares, a charity nonprofit by Strange Donuts that aims to help Big Brothers Big Sisters, Girls on the Run and the Children’s Heart Foundation. According to a video posted by the Strange Donuts team, the idea got its roots after a conversation between Mission Taco’s Jason Tilford and Sugarfire’s Mike Johnson. 6235 Delmar Blvd., The Loop, 314.932.5430; 908 Lafayette Ave., Soulard, 314.858.8226

Photo courtesy of Mission Taco Joint

Photo courtesy of Mission Taco Joint

March 4: Gamlin Whiskey House is hosting its monthly Women & Whiskey dinner and pairing event this week in the Barrel Room at 7pm. This month’s event features Irish whiskey brand ambassador Stephanie Walsh along with a three-course dinner featuring Greenore 8-year, Tyrconnell Original, and Kilbeggan Irish Whiskeys. 236 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End, 314.875.9500

March 11: Wine and dine through Italy from St. Louis with Passport Dinners, a new dining experience at Katie’s Pizza & Pasta Osteria. The restaurant will be collaborating the monthly series the second Wednesday of each month—which will work their way through meals inspired by 20 Italian regions—with STL Wine Girl to offer a five-course meal complete with wine pairings. Each participating guest’s ticket is their very own passport booklet, and will receive a stamp for each dinner attended. Diner will receive a $100 Katie’s gift card for every five stamps earned. The cost is $65 per person. 9568 Manchester Road, Rock Hill, 314.942.6555

March 15: After the Grbic family’s recent winning episode of Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games,” St. Louis’ chef Rick Lewis of Quincy Street Bistro will be getting his chance to run the aisles in the fast-paced cooking competition show. A 2014 James Beard award-nominated chef, Lewis will be going head-to-head against three other nominated chefs in a series of challenges presented by host Guy Fieri. The episode will premiere on Sunday, March 15 at 7pm CDT. 6931 Gravois Ave., Princeton Heights, 314.353.1588

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