This week is an excellent to time to visit Great Sage, the gourmet vegetarian and organic restaurant in Clarksville. You can raise your consciousness, celebrate Spring, and investigate alternative eating approaches all at once...or just go and enjoy a fine tasting meal.
The Slow Food Baltimore group sponsors an "Eat in Season Challenge" to local chefs, and this week (April 21 - 26) Great Sage's chef Russell Svoboda answers the call. The chef offers a $27 three-course prix fixe dinner menu that looks mighty good. Don't know much about Slow Food? Check out more at SlowfoodUSA or Wikipedia.
Also, tonight (April 20), the restaurant offers a six-course raw foods dinner and lecture for $40. Reservations required; call the restaurant at 443.535.9400 for more details.
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