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Tuesdays at Mudgie's /// People are discovering an offbeat treat at the Corktown deli on Tuesdays when sommelier Putnam Weekley presides over wine tastings from 6-8 p.m. that are informative, fun, and a better-than-happy-hour bargain. Weekley doesn’t just trot out a few random bottles — he has a theme every week. And his patter is worth the price of admission: $15 for five wines (and sometimes more) served on the outdoor patio when weather permits. You don’t have to be a wine connoisseur to enjoy this low-key and informative event. Mudgie’s Deli, 1300 Porter St., Detroit: 313-961-2000. 

 

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