CLEVELAND — March is Women’s History Month, and The South Side on West 11th Street in Cleveland is preparing to host a special event to celebrate the occasion.
On Tuesday, March 28, The South Side is welcoming guests to experience their 2nd Annual Women’s History Month Dinner.
“Enjoy charcuterie over a glass of wine, followed by a multi-course dinner paired with wines all produced by women winemakers,” according to a description on The South Side’s site. “Dessert included! All genders welcome!”
Tickets, which are $65 per person, can be purchased HERE. You can also call 216-937-2288 to RSVP for the dinner event.
Chef Natasha Pogrebinsky joined 3News on Sunday morning to preview the upcoming dinner event. She said it’s an opportunity to network, eat amazing food, motivate each other, learn some new things and have fun.
You can watch the chef’s full appearance on 3News in the video at the top of this story.
Other highlights include:
- Wine commentary and tasting notes by Tracy English, owner of Private Reserve Fine Wines
- Wines by Chelsea Ramey Laboon, Molly Lippitt and Caterina Sacchet-Lead
- Guest speaker Mickey Zalac, owner of Honeybee Tents & Events
- Wine by the bottle available for purchase.
Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated Women's History Month story on March 19, 2023.