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Fresh Sheet: Clover Club

Clover, the fine dining restaurant located in a renovated Craftsman-style house in the University District, has started a dining club.

Benefits include reserved seating at all of its 2017 special events: six wine dinners, three beer dinners and its annual crab boil on the patio.

Other benefits of the new Clover Club include an invite to a year-end members-only wine dinner with the chef as well as admittance to one Clover culinary class. Plus, members also get to reserve a seat for a guest at a 10 percent discount as well as receive 10 percent off all regular dining experiences and catering throughout the year.

Membership costs $850 per person, plus tax, and is limited to 40 people. Call (509) 487-2937 for more information.

Arbor Crest dinner

Arbor Crest Wine Cellars and Clover are teaming up to host a wine dinner Wednesday night.

The $95 dinner pairs Arbor Crest wines with six courses from Clover, such as 2014 Cadillac Cabernet Sauvignon with cold-smoked king salmon and the 2013 Farrington Malbec with chocolate-raspberry Italian-style custard, foie gras caramel and cashew brittle.

Dinner is from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Clover, 913 E. Sharp Ave. On the web:

Orlando’s reopens

The student-run restaurant at Spokane Community College opens Wednesday for winter quarter.

Themed weeks – Classic French, Latin/Caribbean, Asian/Pacific Rim and Mediterranean – are planned. There’s a special brunch buffet March 8 and popular Bistro Dinner on March 9. The final buffet is March 21.

The restaurant is located in Building 1 on the SCC campus at 1810 N. Greene St. The hours are 11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.

For more information or to make a reservation, call Janet Breedlove at (509) 533-7283.

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‘Take some more tea’

Gaiwan Tea House is accepting reservations for its Mad Hatter Night on Monday.

Two Ginger Chefs will be catering the event, featuring a six-course dinner with rabbit, oysters on the half shell and more.

There’s room for 25. Dinner is $45 per person. RSVP by Saturday to

Gaiwan Tea House is located at 901 N. Fourth St. in Coeur d’Alene. On the web: Call: (208) 755-5385. Email:

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