TREAT YOURSELF to a restaurant meal for a good cause today as Dining Out for Life raises funds for HIV/AIDS service groups. Started in Philadelphia, the event hosted by Subaru has grown to 60 cities over the past 22 years. ActionAIDS is the local beneficiary as restaurants donate a portion of their receipts. Participating eateries are many; find them and other details at diningoutforlife.com/philadelphia.

Tuscan cuisine and wine pairings are the theme for the spring winemaker's dinner at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Crossing Vineyards and Winery (1853 Wrightstown Road, Washington Crossing, 215-493-6500, ext. 19, crossingvineyards.com). "La Bella Cucina Toscana," a five-course meal with wine pairings, is $89 plus tax and gratuity. Reservations required.

Bond trader-turned-farmer Dean Carlson debuts the farm market at Wyebrook Farm (150 Wyebrook Road, 610-942-7481, wyebrookfarm.com) Saturday. His 355-acre "oasis of sustainable agriculture," once slated for a housing development, offers eggs, meats and poultry, plus house-cured charcuterie. Saturday's event will feature tours, live music and food samples. Market hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sundays.

Baskin-Robbins has a new drink, Iced Cappy Blast, and a good reason to try it. Through April 30, the ice-cream chain will donate one meal to Feeding America for each Iced Cappy Blast sold and for every new "Like" on its Facebook page, facebook.com/baskinrobbins.

Email food and restaurant news to Daily News Assistant Features Editor Laurie Conrad, conradl@phillynews.com.