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There Are No Rooms Available In Tuscany, But S’okay, Paradiso Brought The Wines Over Here

Wednesday, which is tonight, at 6:30, which is in a couple hours, Paradiso Wine Bar will be continuing it’s Drinking Italy tastings with the wines of Tuscany:

This Wednesday, July 9, our popular Drinking Italy series makes its next stop in the culinarily rich region of Tuscany with three wines complemented by house-cured savory meats and artisan cheeses chosen by Chef Lynn Rinaldi specifically for each pour. This event costs just $20 & starts at 6:30pm.

R. Michael Hodges from Vintage Imports will be on hand and go table to table to discuss specific nuances of each wine. Rinaldi will also visit tables to discuss the pairings and food.

Tonight the wines include:

  • Apollonia – a 2012 Vernaccia and Chardonnay blend from Baroncini Winery
  • Zingari – a 2010 “Super Tuscan blend” with 30% Syrah, 30% Sangiovese, 30% Merlot and 10% Petite Verdot, produced by Petra Estates
  • Basilica Caffaggio – a 2010 Chianti Classico by Villa Caffaggio

$20 grabs you a seat. You can get tickets by calling  215.271.2066 or clicking here.

 

 

Mac And Cheese, Breakfast And A Mercyfuck From The Past

Yesterday while exploring the fuzzy origins of Lord Baltimore’s signature confection, we were given a chance to reference our old touring pal, Mary Prankster. Seems a lifetime ago when as a young, violent sociopath, we would share stages and greenrooms and other, more sordid spoils of touring and our heart still pumps a little more enthusiastically when it’s lub-dubbing in time with Charm City’s purdiest cow punk.

Turns out, her out of print and tricky to acquire debut, Blue Skies Over Dundalk boasts not one, not two but three food themed tracks and we’ve put em right here for you to enjoy and share with your friends.

Mary retired the Prankster character almost a decade ago and fell in love and went to grad-school and came in second on Jeopardy just like the rest of us, but still on quiet nights while walking the streets of Fell’s Point, some people say, if you listen really close, you can almost hear gentle strumming underneath a plaintiff wail of a forever 25-year-old cowpunk singing Mercyfuck.

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Last Day For Half Price Tix To Old York Road Cellars Summerfest

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Today is the last day to get yerself some $5 tickets for What Exit Wines and Old York Road CellarsSummerfest 2014. This Saturday July 12th, from noon to 5pm, in Ringoes, NJ, there will be games giveaways and more, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Hometown Heros and Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund – just in time too, because Governor Christie is gonna need to raid that fund again for some political ads if he wants to be president. 

Along with the Jersey Trivia Wheel and custom wine labels with your picture on the bottle there will be live music and the Bluefish Grill’s Taco Truck and desserts by Enchanted Carousel and of course lots of the wine that made New Jersey famous.

For the rest of the day today you can get your $5 tickets. If you miss the window of frugality,  you can still attend, you’re just gonna have to shell out the full $10. Don’t pay retail like a shaygetz, click here now.

New Jersey Summerfest
Old York Road Cellars
80 Old York Road
Ringoes, NJ 08551

 



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Lunch Break: Are You Fucking Kidding Us Edition.

At the risk of eating even more crow, our review of this ridiculous, $99 product will be a repurposing of the sentence we wrote when we first saw an iPod; “This purports to fill a need that doesn’t exist and will flop like a european basketball player” We couldn’t be that wrong twice, could we? If you disagree, you can preorder your Vessyl, here.

Do You Remember Letters? Doobies Do.

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Remember Letters? Every Tuesday in July, between 7-8:30pm, which includes tonight, you can stop by Doobies order up a cold glass of hoppy writer’s juice and scrawl some old school correspondence to your old roommate or that guy you slept with in Germany or even your mom.*

  • It’s FREE, and it’s simple: drink a craft beer / craft an old-style ink-on-paper / stick-in-a-stamped-envelope letter (or two) / walk it to a nearby mailbox.
  • Repeat–every Tuesday in July, at 7pm, at DOOBIES. (by my calculations 7/8, 7/15. 7/22, 7/29)
  • lovely stationery provided by Casa de Papel of Northern Liberties.
  • US Postage provided by Trophy Bikes • drink specials provided by DOOBIES — if you order in writing.
  • We’ll have addresses: the Pope, Benedict Cumberbatch and more; you may want to write to a soldier serving overseas–we can do that, too.
  • Come out and leave something that will last longer than a hard drive.
  • PUBLETTERS–first one is TUESDAY, July 8th, 7-8:30

Doobies
2201 Lombard St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(215) 546-0316

*If you are writing to your mom, bring your A-game as we have been writing to your mom every tuesday for some time now.



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