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BakerStreet dinners inspired by Morocco

BakerStreet, 4820 N Clinton St., has taken diners to Australia, Spain and Belgium. Now, they’re headed to the North African coast.

The 4820 Dinner continues Monday, pairing six courses with wine to transport diners inspired by Chefchaouen, Morocco. The meal begins with a quinoa tabbouleh, and the entrée will be a tajine with roasted leg of lamb and braised root vegetable. Dessert will be orange cake dressed with a chebekia cookie dusted with toasted almonds and sesame seeds, blood orange reduction and candied kumquats.

Tickets are $75 apiece, and are all-inclusive. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. For information, call 484-3300.

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