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SCRATCHbread Nov 18
SCRATCHbread Nov 18
tonight’s a good night to order a pizza from our new sourdough grandma pie menu. 917.803.5773. build your own !
Anella Apr 04
Wild Black Bass with asparagus, fresh morels, and green garlic. Finished with a mushroom jus.
Limited amount, so get here early!
Thirst Wine Merchants Apr 04
Please join us for a FREE tasting TONIGHT from 6PM-8PM for NOT TO BE ELSEWHERE TASTING PART II. Long-time friend and colleague Maya Pederson from Louis/Dressner will be pouring, yes, Dard + Ribo’s St. Joseph Rouge et Blanc, Crozes Hermitage et aussi (yes) Hermitage!
Eastern District Apr 04
Stop in at Dandelion Wine tonight between 6-9 to taste some Spanish wines and these cheeses from us:
Pleasant Ridge Reserve
and Olympic Provisions Chorizo Navarre!
Strong Place Apr 04
Who’s happy? Join us for 2-4-1 craftbeer drafts & $1 oysters, 4-7PM. Stay updated w @BeerMenus: http://ow.ly/iQ4T8
Red Jacket Orchards Apr 04
Until April 12th, get 6 bottles of 12oz Tart Cherry Stomp for only $12 when you order through our website at http://www.redjacketorchards.com! No discount code necessary!
The Castello Plan Apr 04
Already thinking about cocktail hour…
Happy Hour at Castello, 4-7pm!
with small plates served at 4.
Join us for a drink!
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