Oni Noodles is back at it again, bringing their tasty hot ramen and fresh dumplings to a brewery near you, this time at Marble Downtown (111 Marble Ave. NW). Featuring all your favorite Marble beers, such as the Double White, Wildflower Wheat, Cholo Stout and the India Pale Ale, you’re going to be at a loss for what to try pairing with your noodles first. You can find them at Marble Downtown May 5, from noon-4pm, and this would be a fantastic way to kick off your Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Three Sisters Kitchen (109 Gold Ave. SW) is making Italian cooking simple for the masses. The month of May will feature four separate classes on how to make your own pasta. From fresh egg pasta dough to eggless pasta dough, from raviolis to lasagna, you’ll get hands-on experience with important steps for making your own pasta. This covers the creation of the dough, molding it, cooking it and pairing it with sauces, so by the time you leave, you can authentically bunch your fingers together and shout “È molto buono” and make your grandmother proud. For more information, go to threesisterskitchen.org.
Bring A Blanket
Tasty Tuesday is back, and if you don’t know what that is, you have been missing out on picnic party-time at the park! The perfect way to spend these gorgeous spring afternoons and evenings, Tasty Tuesday fills Hyder Park (700 Pershing Ave. SE) with food trucks, music, events and so much more, creating the city’s largest community picnic. There are so many things to see, eat and do, but you’ll never know what they are unless you show up in the first place. Tasty Tuesday happens every Tuesday (surprise!) from 4:30pm until sundown, so you have plenty of time to get there, grab a nice seat and enjoy some of Albuquerque’s unique food truck offerings.
Mountain Mahogany Community School (5014 Fourth Street NW) is holding a Mothers’ Day Pop Up Brunch on Sunday, May 12 starting at 10:30am. This brunch will benefit MMCS, a tuition-free K-8 charter school. Featuring a menu by guest chefs Mary Holyoke and James Pizzo, this specially curated event menu will be sure to impress your mother and give back to the community at the same time. You may remember Holyoke as the chef who opened Café Bubbles back in the late ‘90s. Tickets are $25 per person or $15 for anyone 16 and under. For more information on how to get your space reserved, visit mountainmahogany.org or call 341-1424.