Things to do for October 18, 2012
Cannoli, Chicken Wings and a Couple Birthday Parties
Binders full of weekends.
Cannoli and Prosecco at Antico
Antico is turning three. And they’re getting you a gift. We know, aww, they shouldn’t have. But actually, yes, they should have. Because it’s a cannoli. Or a glass of prosecco. Just go in today through Saturday, and they’ll bring you your present. Maybe have them gift wrap that cannoli.
Hogs, Bourbon and Music at Local Three
This Sunday, your presence is requested at Local Three. Okay, no, not specifically, but they’re going to have all your favorite things. Roasted hogs from a Georgia farm. A bunch of bourbon from Tennessee. Folk music from... the patio. Also, you’ll get a commemorative T-shirt. Machine washable.
A New Bar Menu for Football Watching
Next up on Monday Night Football: the Lions versus the Bears. And maybe you’re emotionally (read: financially) invested in that game. Probably you’re not. But here’s where you’ll watch it: Cibo E Beve. They’ve got new football-centric bites like Quarterback Sliders (a meatball sandwich) and “Dirty Bird” Wings. Eat those. In Jamal Anderson’s honor.
Getting a Gratis Dinner at the Pinewood
Having two is better than one. The Doublemint twins taught you that. Ah, the Doublemint twins. Anyway, the Pinewood is offering up two entrées for one on Tuesday nights now. For instance, if you get the braised pork cheeks, your date will get a gratis trout dish. Unless your date is allergic to trout.
Happy Birthday, Spotted Trotter...
The Spotted Trotter has existed for a year now. So if you haven’t been there yet, next Friday would be a good time to start. They’ll have about 10 chefs (from places like Rosebud, and Proof and Provision), vodka, local beers/wine and a jazz funk band. Oh right, and their smoked meat. Which makes sense.