Enjoy an 18-Hole round with cart, unlimited range balls, pre-golf lunch, (2) complimentary drink tickets, post-golf grill out, & prizes for 1st & 2nd place teams! Proceeds benefit the First Tee of Greater Miami Valley.
April 19th promises to be one of the tastiest days in Dayton.
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Today the chefs at Archer’s in Kettering have confirmed a final menu for the CORKS and FORKS Dinner event.
This is a 4 course Food Adventure complete with wine pairings
Here is the lineup just announced !!!!
WINE FLIGHT 1:
J. PINOT GRIS
FOOD COURSE 1:
BANGING SHRIMP and SPINACH DIP
(Made with 3 cheeses)
WINE FLIGHT 2:
FOOD COURSE 2:
GRILLED ROMAINE HEART CAESAR SALAD
(Served with shaved Parmesan and grape tomatoes. We may showcase Archer’s “Cardinal” dressing.)
WINE FLIGHT 3: BORNE OF FIRE CABERNET
FOOD COURSE 3:
(Served with a wild mushroom red wine sauce, on a bed of mashed potatoes.
Possible Salmon option for those who do not like steak)
WINE FLIGHT 4: RISATA MOSCATO D’ASTI
FOOD COURSE 4:
APPLE CRUNCH CAKE
(Apple Pie topped with brown sugar, yellow cake, and mixed nuts.
Key Lime pie option for those with nut allergy)
HERE IS THE SKINNY ON THE EVENT:
—“CORKS and FORKS”
4 COURSES, 4 WINE PAIRINGS Just $40
(Menu subject to change)
—THURSDAY APRIL 19th, 6:30pm
—ARCHERS KETTERING, 2030 E. Dorothy Ln, Kettering
Again, seating is limited and once seats are gone, they are GONE !
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Incarnation Parish will be buzzing tonight, as one of the area’s biggest fish fry’s gets cooking.
Food, Black Jack, Live Music, Beer, and Wine will be the hallmark for this year’s event, and as always we expect lots of people, and lots of fun. The Food Adventure Crew will even be on hand dealing blackjack for charity. Come try your luck at other Monte Carlo style games of chance and enjoy some special unveilings.
HERE’S THE SKINNY on THE FRY at INCARNATION:
WHEN: Tonight, March 10th, 2017 –
—Carryout Meals 5pm – 6:30pm,
—Eat in 7pm – Midnight
WHERE: Incarnation School, 55 Williamsburg Ln. in Centerville
COST: $20 at the door includes all you can eat fish dinner with
fries and cole slaw, and a non-alcoholic drink
—Beer and Wine will be on sale prices ranging from $2 to $5
SPECIAL EVENT: Warped Wing Brewing Company will be tapping a special experimental hop series beer.
WHY: All proceeds benefit the Incarnation School and PTO
Beware, this is a big party and you will be around a big crowd. There are also silent auction
items, raffles and so much more. This is a perfect event to meet up with a group of friends and have yourself a little Food Adventure.
The atmosphere is casual with the event being held in the school cafeteria and school gymnasium. We hope you stop out and fill yourself to the gills with some great fried fish !
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Feel free to browse our gallery below from past fish frys at Incarnation.
We don’t monkey around. Everyone who knows us, know we do things original and right.
Today, we announce one of the biggest and boldest Food Adventure dinners yet…. and it just happens to be at one of our favorite spots. North China Restaurant in Centerville will host the “Year of the Monkey” Celebration dinner, with 10 courses of food !
Since 1987, North China Restaurant has been pleasing Dayton area foodies, with tastes of Mandarin and Szechuan cuisine. May 19th they team up with our crew for an epic eating extravaganza! From appetizers to entrees, this “Year of the Monkey Dinner” promises to be a throwback to 80’s Chinese American restaurants, with a touch of family style dining.
Tickets are PRE-PAY only and can only be bought online at this link —> CLICK HERE. There is limited seating, so get your tickets before we sell out.
Just what kind of Food Adventure have we come up with? Let’s get the scoop…
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
— WHAT: 10 Course Food Adventure Dinner Event at North China Restaurant
— WHERE: 6090 Far Hills Ave, Centerville, OH 45459, next to Woodbourne Library.
— WHEN: 6:30pm THURSDAY MAY 19th
— WHY: Celebrating “The Year of the Monkey” … and a chance to eat some good food!
— COST $29 per person & includes tip. Water and Hot Tea included. Alcohol and Soft Drinks, additional cost.
TICKETS CAN ONLY BE BOUGHT ONLINE—> CLICK HERE TO GET YOURS
How are your chopstick skills? It doesn’t matter, because you will get forks and spoons too… so get ready here are the 10 courses of MUST EATS during the Year of the Monkey !
TEN COURSES OF MUST EATS AT NORTH CHINA: (sorry, no substitutions)
1) SIZZLING RICE SOUP: A light brothed soup with vegetables, rice and chicken. A perfect start to awaken your taste buds and senses.
2) EGG ROLL: The best in Dayton, bar none. Handmade, hand rolled, and stuffed with pork, cabbage and a touch of peanut dust.
3) CRAB RANGOON: Handmade, on site, this cheesey goodness should be dipped in sweet and sour sauce with a dash of soy sauce.
4) HONEY TERIYAKI GLAZED CHICKEN WING: The delicate sweetness, the savory deep fried morsels…. ’nuff said
5) MU SHU PORK: A wrapped “Chinese burrito,” The wrapper is rubbed with a plum and hoisin sauce, and pork and vegetables are added, and the “tortilla” is gently wrapped and served. One of the most special delicacy attractions at North China.
6) MONGOLIAN CHICKEN ENTREE: North China’s best selling dish. Prepare to become addicted.
7) CRISPY SHRIMP ENTREE: Deep Fried Shrimp, in a sweet and spicy, yellowish, brown sauce.
8) PEPPER STEAK ENTREE: Sauteed beef slices with onions and green peppers
9) KUNG PAO CHICKEN ENTREE: Cubed, stir fried chicken in a slightly spicy brown sauce
10) SHRIMP WITH VEGETABLE ENTREE: A lighter dish, served with broccoli, snow peas, water chestnuts and bamboo shoots.
Entrees will be served with STEAMED WHITE RICE and shared family style.
Dinner will end with the all familiar fortune cookie… which will probably say “you just ate too much on a Food Adventure.”
Chef House, Hungry Jax and The Big Ragu will be passing out door prizes, t-shirts, gift certificates and more.
Please join us for this epic Food Adventure celebrating “The Year of the Monkey” at North China Restaurant.
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“We are not food critics, we are just three people who love to eat at Dayton’s best spots. No Rules!”
It is going to be a “Hoppy April Fools Day” on April 1st in Dayton. That is because the Food Adventures Crew is showcasing a dinner teaming up two North Dayton favorites. Company 7 BBQ will partner with Hairless Hare Brewery for a 5 course, one-night-only dinner! Hairless Hare is busy brewing four beers to be paired with the five course.
The best thing about this dinner may be the price. Tickets are pre-pay only and are $25, which includes the tip!
***TICKETS MAY ONLY BE BOUGHT ONLINE THROUGH THIS LINK—> click HERE
GREAT LOCAL BBQ:
Company 7 BBQ, in Englewood is known for 7 great, homemade BBQ sauces, and tremendous, slow cooked BBQ meats. Company 7 has been featured on national TV with a spot on the Travel Channel’s show “Food Paradise.” Now it is time for an epic Food Adventure like no other. The owners are a dad, son and a son-in-law, all of whom are firefighters. They learned the BBQ craft through slow cooking methods and the fruits of their knowledge are your treat.
GREAT LOCAL BEER:
Hairless Hare Brewery, in Vandalia since 2013, is known for pushing the envelope of taste and ingenuity. Their variety of beers is unmatched. They experiment with different styles and flavors, and inventiveness is one of their trademarks. So is quality and consistency. Food Adventures met with owners Matt Harris and Mike Legg and, their beer pairings will go perfectly with the great BBQ.
Now, lets recap what you need to know about this one-night-only, one-of-a-kind feast for all you local foodies…
April Fools day will bring some BBQ and BEER together… no joke !
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
WHAT: “HOPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY” DINNER at COMPANY 7 BBQ, FEATURING HAIRLESS HARE BREWERY
WHAT ELSE: 5 COURSE DINNER, MATCHED WITH 4 BEERS
WHERE: COMPANY 7 BBQ, 1001 S. Main St., Engelwood, Ohio (St. Rt. 48)
WHEN: FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 1st, 2016 at 7:00pm
COST: $25 per person, this includes gratuity. WHAT A DEAL ! Here is the event on Facebook if you want to join, but remember …
**TICKETS MAY ONLY BE PURCHASED ONLINE BY CLICKING —>HERE
COMPANY 7 BBQ MENU:
COURSE 1 : HOMEMADE GUMBO
COURSE 2: SMOKED WINGS
COURSE 3: PULLED PORK SLIDERS with COLE SLAW
COURSE 4: BEEF BRISKET WITH BBQ BAKED BEANS
COURSE 5: HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER PIE
HAIRLESS HARE BEER PAIRING:
COURSE 1: TPA DOUBLE IPA
COURSE 2: “RYE THE HELL KNOT” PALE ALE – Aromas of bread and mild spice, with a smooth hoppy finish
COURSE 3: CAERBANNOG ENGLISH BROWN ALE – Inspired by the rabbit and holy hand grenade from the movie “Monty Python’s Holy Grail”
COURSE 4: COLD WAR RUSSIAN IMPERIAL STOUT
There is one more thing…. THE AFTER PARTY moves to the bar!!! And we negotiated a “hoppy hour…”
COMPANY 7 has 25 beers on tap and EACH BEER WILL BE ON SPECIAL for only $4 a PINT !
The AFTER PARTY is a cash bar, and the owners of both Company 7 and Hairless Hare will be mingling and answering any BBQ or beer questions you may have!
Get your tickets because the private party room has limited seating! This promises to be the best April Fools event in Dayton !
Check out our photos below from multiple visits to both Company 7 and Hairless Hare….
Food Adventures just got a whole lot more adventurous….. and you can benefit by winning a $25 gift certificate to Lily’s Bistro in the Oregon district.
*** FOOD ADVENTURES WITH BIG RAGU and THE CREW ***
Blazing the trails in the foodie forums since 2008, Food Adventures has developed a large following…
Today, we add some big players to the mix. They include Chefs, Foodie Fanatics, royalty and an appetite for Dayton that has never been bigger. Although we have a couple of new faces, FOOD ADVENTURES with BIG RAGU and THE CREW, is still the same FOOD ADVENTURES you have come to love. We will continue to have the MUST EATS, killer food photos that make your mouth water, and multiple visits to a place before we write an article. Will continue to give you “THE SKINNY” on our favorites. Follow our relentless pursuit of the best eats in the Miami Valley!
Together, your humble Food Adventurers will seek out locally owned restaurants, unique places off the beaten path, and even give our slant on some familiar favorites. Whenever we visit a place, we call it a “Food Adventure.” You can expect pictures of each Food Adventure we embark on. You can expect us hugging waiters, visiting mom & pop establishments, posting nostalgic blogs, tongue-in-cheek comments and emotionally eating our way through life. We don’t take ourselves seriously, enjoying the adventure all the way. “We are not food critics, we just love to eat!” Food Adventures won’t limit ourselves, we try it all – NO RULES ! We will leave no plate unturned.
We will continue to set the trends, host Food Adventure dinner events, and give our unique spin on Dayton’s best “Mom and Pop” places in the Miami Valley. Food Adventures with Big Ragu and the Crew will continue to attend and support numerous local food and charity events. We eat it all, and the photos are ours. No stock pics here. We aren’t a share and click site. We are Dayton Originals, so all of our stuff is original content. Often imitated, never duplicated, accept no substitutions.
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Our recent “Meeting of the Mouths” happened last Sunday at Lily’s Bistro on Chicken Dinner night. We will get into the Must Eats from that night shortly, but first…,
Ladies and gentlemen, it is time to MEET THE NEW CREW !
Chef House or “The Sriracha Mamma” is all about the heat. Lover of all things spicy she is constantly in the kitchen coming up with fun new ways to whip up veggies and add a little spice. She is a Dayton native, with lifelong experience in the restaurant industry, working with some of the best chefs in the Miami Valley. She loves to keep it local especially in the summer when beautiful produce is plentiful. She is a true foodie who knows we have a lot to offer in Ohio!
Chef House’s Top 5 Favorite Local Places for a Food Adventure :
(in no particular order)
1) Meadowlark (they do veggies right!)
2) Rue Dumaine (it never disappoints)
3) Fresco (best chef hands down)
4) Oregon Express (favorite pizza since I was a kiddo)
5) My kitchen ! … duh!!!!
Jackie’s Top 5 Favorite Local Places for a Food Adventure:
1) Lock 27
2) The Cakery
After hopping the globe with the Air Force, The King recently touched down in Dayton with his wife and daughters. Flying recon for great local food, the Big Ragu has set the course for his newest wingman, and he is logging some serious mileage. The King is a dessert FREAK! There is no shake too shaky, pie too flakey, nor cake to…cakey for this lunatic. He wants to find the best dessert in Dayton. Please help him. He needs it, a lot.
The King’s Top 5 Favorite Local Places for a Food Adventure:
1) Taco Loco
2) Jet Freeze
Now to the food of the day .. not a typical article for us, this is just about one dinner …. The Sunday Chicken Dinner at Lily’s Bistro
Get your hens ready….
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
— The dinners go from 5pm – 9pm on Sundays only
— The menu is pretty much fried chicken, with the sides, appetizers, and desserts changing from week to week.
— The prices are $9 for a 2 piece dinner, $16 for a 1/2 chicken dinner, and $28 for a whole chicken
— Sides are $3, good prices, no clucking around
Now we ruffle our feathers and give you our patented.. Must Eats!
— JOHNNY CAKES: It might have been chicken night, but the appetizers and sides stole the show ! We couldn’t stop talking about the Johnny cakes. Pancakes, as an appetizer? This was right up our alley. The King wished he could have bottled the scent to keep by his pillow at night. Made with jalepeno, for just enough contrasting kick to the sweet buttery mapleness. These cakes were slathered in butter and syrup and simply amazing. Who would have thunk it? Crispy, sweet and spicy made for a perfect combination, and Chef House’s favorite dish of the night.
— SMOKED SALMON DIP: Another great appetizer of the night, served with bagel “nuggets.” We started out polite, then found ourselves thumb wrestling for the last bits. Addicting, and addiction is an ugly thing.
— HOMEMADE MASHED POTATOES: We are talking the real deal, mashed with decent sized chunks in them. We wondered why conversation stopped, it was as if all the Food Adventurers discovered these at the same time and were very quietly stuffing their faces.
— COOLDADDY COCKTAIL: This spicy cocktail is a must. Who could pass up a drink that features Chef House’s Sriracha sauce? Tequila, handmade pepper syrup, strawberries, cilantro are also among the ingredients.
— BEIGNETS: Pronounced “Ben-yays.” Known in some circles as “pizza frite”, “zeppole” or fried dough, these puffs of dough are a perfect end to a rich dinner. Ever so slightly covered with sifted powdered sugar, Big Ragu had white on his “man bib vest” in no time.
Honorable Mention: The mac n cheese and hand breaded, fried okra deserve a nod!
Thank you for reading our special Food Adventure with Big Ragu and the Crew!
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The best deserves a second mention. Our feature article spinoffs, called “A second helping of “ are made for such occasions. You may recall our article over 3 years ago where Food Adventures proclaimed to the world that “North China Restaurant has the best damn egg rolls ever!” We decided North China is worthy of our “Second Helping” feature. So hop on on our Food Adventure and grab some chopsticks, as we break through the Great Wall. Let’s dive into a second helping of one of our favorite places in the Miami Valley, NORTH CHINA !
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
— Things have not changed a at North China a bit since our 2011 article, and that’s how we like it. We have visited North China dozens of times since the last article. Whether carryout or dine-in, we are never disappointed. The food quality is still amazing and so is the consistency.
— The service remains top notch. Your water glass is never empty, and you will never have that “where is our server” look on your face.
— This Centerville eatery is closed every Monday. Also, every year during July, they take a family vacation and close the restaurant for about 10 days.
— Family owned for almost 30 years, you get to know the family when you come here. They are friendly and the place is full of regulars who have been visiting for decades.
The Big Ragu happens to be one of those regulars, and we have eaten almost every item on their extensive menu since 1987.
So now, it is time to list the one-of-a-kind, earth shattering, ground breaking… MUST EATS for North China !
— MU-SHU PORK: Like little crepes from the heavens. These delicacies are made table side and are the Chinese version of burritos. First, the tortilla like wrapper is primed with a plum sauce. Then, a stirfry mix of pork, cabbage and veggies are loaded and wrapped. Be careful eating these. The burrito wrapper can also double as a water slide, shooting soy sauce and goodness down your shirt. Big Ragu has a closet full of stained shirts that have been”touched” by his North China Mu-Shu Pork adventures.
— ZHA JIANG MIAN: Say what? We just call this #7 on the Korean Menu. It is “lo mein” type noodles served with a sauce of black bean paste and stir fried pork. This is a special dish that you must ask for. One of the “secret tips” at North China is that they have a Korean Menu by request only. In the mood for an exotic and authentic Food Adventure? Get the Zha Jiang Mian, but make sure you ask them for hot sauce and the dry hot pepper too. Being authentic, it is a little bland but a couple of spoonfuls of hot sauce brings this dish alive !
— THE EGG ROLLS: Handmade, freshly made, every day. The killer ingredient is the peanut dust or peanut paste used in these egg rolls. Dip them in a mixture of soy sauce and sweet and sour, or mustard sauce. The Big Ragu has such a strong addiction to these that we have written letters to Dr. Phil about it.
— MONGOLIAN CHICKEN: A honey-like glaze sauce on shavings of white meat chicken, over a bed of crispy noodles. You can ask for it “spicy” like the Big Ragu does. It is a perfect mixture of sweet and heat.
— ORANGE BEEF: Lightly fried strips of beef that curl when cooked. This mouth watering dish is made with fresh orange peels, and a homemade brown sauce. The incredible taste of this entree, makes it a favorite.
— CRISPY SHRIMP: A deep fried dish that Big Ragu dreams about every other night. This sweet concoction has a sauce with a yellow tint, and a tiny hot pepper kick. If you wanna play naughty, get this offering over some white rice and go downtown to China Town.
— CRAB RANGOONS or CRAB ANGLE: Hand made every day by the owners. If you order them, you will be fighting over the last one.
Chicken Wings – Those damn chicken wings they serve you at lunch are so deliciously sticky, but you only get one served with a small crab rangoon. Don’t fear friends, you can actually order a plate of these tremendous, sweet wings. Or you just be a pain in the azz and ask for two wings and no crab rangoon with your lunch.
Pot Stickers – Yet another incredible appetizer from scratch. They are steamed, then pan fried for that brown crisp edge. The special soy sauce served with them is the secret to bringing out the pork flavor.
House Noodle Soup – We have been enjoying this masterpiece since the late 1980’s. It is a huge portion at a cheap cost. The big soup bowl is filled with noodles, shrimp, beef, scallops and a few veggies. Such a large serving that The Big Ragu always takes about half of it home. We suggest you get the “spicy” version, but you have to ask for it.
Szechuan Chicken or Shrimp – The best in Dayton, hands down. Deep fried and a comforting mix of hot and sweet tastes.
Sizzling Rice Soup – The only kind like it in Dayton. Been serving it since 1987. Chicken, broth, light veggies and rice. Makes you feel warm inside.
It was hard for us to just name a few of the menu items, because everything is so good here. But we gave you a decent map to the dishes “you gotta try.” Explore the menu, we have for almost 30 years! So please, head to North China and as we always say .. “Wok dont run.”
A little note on what makes Food Adventures unique:
As our fans know, we don’t go to a place, get a couple of entrees and an appetizer, then write an article. No, no, no.. we are different, we are Food Adventurers. That means we visit a restaurant many times, different days, different times and eat practically everything on the menu before it becomes a feature story on Dayton Most Metro. That’s what’s needed to get a feel for a restaurant. That’s the difference when you are reading Food Adventures. No drive-by visits or shared photo from a restaurant’s Facebook page. Fanatical foodies appreciate the little known secrets and the inside scoop. We do things you won’t see anywhere else: original stories, original events, and original ideas. No stock photos here. This philosophy isn’t something we ripped off or started yesterday. We have been doing this since 2008. Food Adventures isn’t our job, it is our hobby and passion, so there is no agenda. We can be honest about what restaurants we love without worrying about advertising or if they belong to a local club. We are independent and free to write about whatever foodstuffs we want. That being said, please LIKE US ON FACEBOOK if you haven’t already !
Also, check out our photo gallery below of all things good at NORTH CHINA restaurant in Centerville.
Bella Vino in Springboro, isn’t your average wine store. Sure, they have all the chardonnays, merlots, and syrahs one could dream of. But now, they have kicked it up a notch.
Under new management, Bella Vino brought in Chef Jen Anticoli, who has introduced some dishes that are fabulous when paired with wine, or even just dining on the patio. The Big Ragu & Crew are all about good eats outdoors. If you are the same way, then Bella Vino will quickly become one of your favorite spots for a Food Adventure
HERE’S THE SKINNY:
— Bella Vino Wine Merchants is open Mon 4-10pm Tues-Thurs 11:30am -10pm, Fri and Sat 11:30am-midnight on Fridays and Saturdays. They even have a location in West Chester.
— Perfect place for patio drinks and dining. The spacious, outside dining area is a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere. The inside dining room is sleek and contemporary, with a capacity of 80 people.
— Up and coming chef, Jen Anticoli has revamped the menu and added her personal spin on some Italian dishes and more.
— Bella Vino has over 1400 wines to choose from, and is frequently running specials on various brands.
— Summer is bringing new events to Bella Vino, such as “Party on the Patio Nights”, with the kitchen setting up a grill outside.
— Look for more menu expansions like “Strawberry Muscato Lemonade” and Gourmet Subs
We were impressed by the food, and it definitely satisfied our Food Adventure instincts. Of all the menu items, The Big Ragu did have some favorites. So let us present, without further adoo, our infamous “must eats!”
— GOAT CHEESE CRUSTINI: Creamy, sweet and full of flavor, the fresh tomatoes and goat cheese combine amazingly. The Big Ragu will go on record, that this is his favorite crustini of all-time ! The sauces and spices added make this a definite ‘must eat,’ and perfect with any wine. The secret ingredient? Pistachio Crumbles for the finishing touch.
— CARMEL NUT BAKED BRIE: Served freshly baked and still steaming, this brie is a delicious starter. Garnished with berries and nuts, drizzled with honey, and served with bread and crackers, it is a great segway for any vino ! We think you will be hard pressed to share this killer appetizer.
— BAKED POTATO PIZZA: Flaky crust with toppings that perfectly mimics a good potato skin, this pie is filling for even the big appetites. Made with chopped garlic, mashed potatoes, cheddar cheese, onions and a sour cream drizzle, we bet you can’t eat just one square.
— BLT PIZZA: This white sauce pizza is a good twist on an old favorite using spinach instead of lettuce. Bacon is all the rage, right? Get your fix on this pie. Toppings include and tomato, bacon, cheddar-jack cheese and garlic mayo. We don’t know what kind of wine goes, with a BLT, we just eat the damn thing…..
We were pleasantly surprised at the food offerings at Bella Vino and look for more great things to some. Chef Jen is starting to carve a name for herself with a style all her own. Her unique flavors and ingredients make her a diamond in the rough of the Miami Valley’s culinary landscape.
Make sure you check out this little known secret located at 495 N. Main Street in Springboro. Bella Vino may mean “Good Wine” in Italian, but now it can be known for its good food as well.
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BULLWINKLE’S TOP HAT BISTRO and GOOSE ISLAND BREWING CO. have announced the 5 courses to be paired with 5 beers at the one-night-only Food Adventure event on Saturday Feb 22nd called “The MOOSE AND THE GOOSE.” The extravaganza will be held at Bullwinkle’s in Miamisburg at 7pm (tickets are pre-pay only).
Dayton Most Metro’s own THE BIG RAGU & The Crew are helping sponsor the event with the help of Heidelberg Distributing, Dayton Dining, Goose Island Brewery, and of course Bullwinkle’s Top Hat Bistro.
The Food Adventure courses are as follows (subject to change):
Course #2: Homemade CLAM CHOWDER paired with Goose Island’s Beer called ‘SOFIE’
Course #4: BABY BACK PORK RIBS, PULLED PORK, GREEN BEANS, RED SKIN POTATOES paired with Goose Island’s beer called ‘MATILDA’
Course #5: BANANAS FOSTER prepared table side, with an option for CARROT CAKE substitute paired with Goose Island’s ‘PERE JACQUES’ Beer
TICKET COST IS $30 and that INCLUDES GRATUITY !
****Please note: Tickets for this event are PRE-PAY ONLY and can be purchased only through THIS LINK at DAYTON MOST METRO.
SEATING IS LIMITED, get your tickets to this event before it SELLS OUT !
**There will be DOOR PRIZES, GIVEAWAYS, SOUVENIRS, SURPRISES, and an appearance by the GOOSE ISLAND GIRLS !
We may have some Goose Island 312 URBAN WHEAT Beer samples floating around and an AFTER PARTY Keg Tapping with Beer Specials.
This promises to be once heck of a FOOD ADVENTURE EVENT !! This is a one-time-only gig, so take advantage of this incredible deal !
Get your tickets now, because THE BIG RAGU & Crew have done it again. Along with DaytonMostMetro they have put together another one-of-a-kind, one night only extravaganza called “THE MOOSE and THE GOOSE.” This time we team up BULLWINKLES TOP HAT BISTRO and GOOSE ISLAND BEER COMPANY for and incredible 5 course dinner with 5 beer pairings !
WHAT: 5 Course Dinner and 5 Beer Pairings = one heck of a Food Adventure night
WHERE: BULLWINKLE’S TOP HAT BISTRO in MIAMISBURG (19 N. Main St., Miamisburg, OH 45342) in the upstairs private party room
COST: $30 per ticket -INCLUDES GRATUITY !!
Purchase your tickets online now!
Tickets are limited, and once they are sold out, THEY ARE SOLD OUT !
WHAT ELSE: DOOR PRIZES, SOUVENIRS, GIVEAWAYS, and the GOOSE ISLAND GIRLS ! Who knows what other surprises are in store !!
TICKETS ARE ONLY AVAILABLE HERE AT THIS LINK and WILL BE WAITING FOR YOU AT THE FRONT DESK the night of the event !