Fall wine dinners, pop-ups and more in Metro Detroit

Dining calendar

Taste of Auburn Hills at Hub Stadium: Sample food and beverages from local restaurants while playing Bombowling and Axe-Throwing, which the Hub Stadium offers regularly. Partial proceeds benefit the Senior Service Meals program. 5-7:30 p.m. Thurs.. $40 in advance, $50 at the door. 2550 Innovation Drive, Auburn Hills. (248) 853-7862 or auburnhillschamber.com.

Detroit Uncorked at Apparatus Room: A fundraiser for the Rainbow Connection, this 15th annual wine-centric soiree returns with food from 20 restaurants and hundreds of wine varieties. 6-9 Thurs. $100-$125. 250 W. Lared, Detroit. DetroitUncorked.givesmart.com.

National Pasta Day at Olive Garden: Enjoy unlimited servings of pasta, soup and bread sticks starting at $10.99. You get your choice of seven types of pasta and six sauces, plus add-ons like meatballs, chicken or vegetables. All day Thursday at participating locations. Olivegarden.com. Also: Carrabba’s Italian Grill locations will

have pasta specials for $10 through Sunday.

Royal Oak Restaurant Week: More than 20 eateries in downtown Royal Oak will offer three-course lunches and dinners for a fixed price of $15-$35 as a way to sample the best of what each restaurant has to offer. Look for Tito’s Handmade Vodka’s pink drinks, which are part of an effort to raise awareness and funds for the American Cancer Society. Friday-Oct. 27. Downtown Royal Oak. dineroyaloak.org.

Oktoberfest at Yard House: This beer-centric bar and restaurant will host a German-inspired menu with Bavarian pretzels, pork chops, a stacked Oktoberfest burger, chicken schnitzel and potato salad and more, plus many German-style beers. Menu runs through Sunday. 950 W. Big Beaver, Troy. (248) 273-0126.

Shuck Yeah at Otus Supply: The Metro Times’ annual oyster-centric event has tons of seafood from local restaurants, a hot sauce bar, craft beer, cocktails, live music and more. 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sun. $40 in advance, $50 at the door. 345 E. Nine Mile, Ferndale. Mtshuckyeah.com.

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