Friday evening, the graduates of the Ascension Culinary Institute are inviting you to join them for their 6th annual fundraising dinner, from which all donations will be put towards the continuation of the culinary institute. Besides learning how to cook, students of the Ascension Culinary Institute build confidence, camaraderie, and develop a taste for new things, a taste which they will share with guests over the course of dinner prepared by all of the new chefs.
Set to be held inside the Church of the Ascension, the evening's festivities will begin with a cocktail hour of wine, beer, champagne, and appetizers at 6:30pm, followed by dinner and an entertainment program at 7:30pm. For the evening's full menu listing, which includes a variety of entrees and Creme Brulee for dessert, click here, and RSVP with a personal donation here.
When: Friday, March 7th, 6:30pm
Have you prepared you for St. Patrick's day yet? If you are like us and can't wait to get decked out from head to toe, look no further than MARS salon!
Then, take your stylish nails, dress yourself in your greenist outfit, and join us on one of our many bar crawls. We have over 50 crawls taking place nationwide, and you do not want to miss out on all of the fun.
Now, here's how to get the look!
1. Apply a base coat.
IPAs finally have the glass they've always deserved. No, not the pint, but the new Spiegelau IPA glass. Specifically designed to emphasize the hoppiness and complexity of an IPA, these glasses are an enormous step up from the steins and boots of your frat years. They were created in part by Sam Calagione of Dogfish Head and Ken Grossman of Sierra Nevada-- two men who certainly know something about how to make an IPA taste great.
Let’s be honest, New York City is not at all a “cheap” place to dine, let alone go out for drinks. Sometimes, the price of two drinks can cost even more than your meal, and that’s not at all worth it. Luckily, if you’re willing to venture to the Upper East Side, you’ll find the perfect spot with drink specials galore to help soothe your aching wallet.
The Stumble Inn, located at 1454 2nd Ave., is ready and waiting with a drink menu containing beverage deals which change on a daily basis. Not only that, but you can throw in a couple of big TVs which are always playing that day’s sporting event, stuffed hamburgers and much more on their menu, and, wait for it… a beer pong table. Did we mention that Happy Hour runs from 11:30AM-7:00PM every single day? That’s right, every day except Sunday, in which it’s restricted to only beer, you can come in for Happy Hour and receive any drink for half the price.
Usually we love to eat anywhere in Miami. Whether its a cafe or an edgy hot spot, the diversity in these places are extreme and appreciated. And there are definitely times where you want to relish in American traditional comfort food. This wasn't what one would expect from your themed eatery. This wasn't a simple kick to an already established menu of pure red, white, and blue. This was shear elegance. Simple delights like mac n' cheese and pizza were foreign. But at American Social, it transformed into a delicacy.
Not only was the service exceptional, we left our food choices in the hands of the staff. This certainly did not disappoint. The buttery foie gras atop the savory french toast basted our palette into sweet oblivion. The waffle crusted chicken tenders watered our mouth even after the first bite. And the filet medallions balanced the courses with its rich meat.
On a chilly Saturday afternoon, what seemed like an endless line of people wrapped around the block were waiting in flapper dresses and dapper suits to enter Webster Hall for their magnificent second annual 'East Ville Des Folies' event.
Once inside, the entire venue was themed after the Prohibition era and it felt as though you were taken back in time to the 1920s. Jazz music filled the halls and the dark lighting accomodated to the enigmatic feel of the caberet show on the main floor. Guests were each given a small, plastic beer glass and a pamphlet to accompany their whiskey and beer tastings.
Pleasantly placed in the heart of Miami’s art district, the Wynwood Brewing Company was established with one mission: “To create a work of art in every glass”. And that goal has culminated in the creation of some of the most unique pints you’ll ever get your taste buds on. The Tap Takeover will feature original crafts influenced by exotic flavors you’ll only find in Miami. Including taps like Pop’s Porter, La Rubia Blonde Ale, Wynwood IPA, and a Seasonal Ale.
Along with these taps, Public House will also premiere never before tasted beers brewed especially for the Tap Takeover! Public House’s Tap Takeover will be doing so beginning this Monday, January 20th, 2014 at 8pm.
What: Public House Tap Takeover as part of South Florida Beer Week
Where: Public House – 423 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Calling all Chivers and Chivettes - the Chive black lager release is happening from 8:00pm - 2:00am at Max's Brew bar. Entry is $20 and includes one lager , appetizers and includes a profit donation to Chive charities! There will also be 4$ bottles and $20 buckets of six.
Get your tickets online here !
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