Yoga Supper Club at Global Breath Studio

Fri., Jan. 17, 6–8:30 p.m, $25

119 W. Main St. #300, Durham

919-645-7070  |

If practicing yoga to a soundtrack of live piano is your thing—with a three-course dinner waiting on the other side of Nirvasana—then Global Breath’s next supper club might be for you. The dinner is gluten-free and “plant-based” (e.g., vegan) and will include Tempeh Satay skewers with peanut-lime dipping sauce, Navratan Korma, and banana muffins. 

Girl Scout Cookies & Beer Pairing at The Glass Jug Brewery 

Sat., Jan. 18, noon–10 p.m.

5410 N.C. Hwy. 55, Suite V, Durham

919-813-0135  |

In other ingenious pairings, Glass Jug is back with its specialty flights of Girl Scout cookies and beer. Four cookies and four 4-ounce beers (two Jug brews and two guest taps) are paired for a $15 flight. Sure, it might cause some brief palate confusion—especially if you have childhood nostalgia about Girl Scout cookies—but Thin Mints surely pair well with anything. 


1389 Kildaire Farm Road, Cary

Cary’s Pizza La Stella is no more, but it victoriously reopens this week as V Pizza. The pizzeria—which has origins in Jacksonville, Florida—will fire up its Neapolitan pies in a wood-fired oven and specialize in craft beer, with more than 45 beers on tap.  

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