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7 Chefs Pick Their Favorite Bars; Philippe Wine Dinner

GLOBAL BARS— Eater National has compiled a list of the best bars in the world according to seven different chefs. "Chefs, for the most part, like to drink. So, on the final day of Cocktail Week, seven of them share where they like to get their booze around the world. Among the selections are some of the world's most renowned and hottest cocktail bars, such as PDT in New York City, the charming patio of The Broken Shaker in Miami, and the birthplace of the Negroni Sbagliato, Milan's Bar Basso. There are also some dives on this list, such as the rock-and-roll vibe of Slim's Downtown in Raleigh." [-EN-]

HEIGHTS— In case you missed out last listing about this fun event: El Gran Malo will be celebrating big, bad Dia de los Muertos this Saturday (November 2) from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. the next day. Chef Ben Rabbani from EGM's upcoming sister location El Big Bad will be on hand cooking tamales. The event will feature an altar of pics from lost loved ones, and crafts that include veladora creations and sugar skill decorating for $5, with all proceeds benefitting Girls, Inc. Get there Saturday evening for the mariachi band. [Eaterwire]

GALLERIA— Bordeaux fans: listen up. A member of the esteemed Moueix family, owners of an entire wine empire, will be visiting Houston for two short days. Edouard Moueix will head to Philippe for a five-course dinner planned by that restaurant's chef, Manuel Pucha, and its wine director, Vanessa Trevino Boyd. The dinner will cost $155 and will kick off at 6:30 p.m. this Monday, November 4. Call (713) 439-1000 for reservations or email the restaurant here. [Eaterwire]

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