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What's Cooking, Nov. 12 

Might be time for a road trip, oenophiles. Thursday through Sunday, Nov. 12-15, Eureka Springs hosts its annual Food and Wine Weekend, where there'll be a number of wine tastings, seminars and wine dinners at local restaurants. Those participating include the Autumn Breeze Restaurant, Cafe Soleil, the Crescent Hotel, Cottage Inn, the Grand Taverne, Keels Creek Winery and Rowdy Beaver. Get all the details at eurekaspringsfoodandwineweekend.com.

 

Time is running out to vote in our annual readers' choice Restaurant Poll and Toast of the Town, our new bars and booze poll. The deadline for votes for the Restaurant Poll, which you can find at www.arktimes.com/2010bestrestaurants, is Nov. 14. Votes for Toast of the Town, which you can find at www.arktimes.com/toastofthetown09, are due by Nov. 19. We're doling out $100 for each survey to one reader whose ballot we draw at random.

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