Fish For Garbage Fundraiser @ Uinta
Fish For Garbage is a non-profit dedicated to the conservation and protection of our waters – an organization that provides opportunities for civic engagement and stewardship of waterways with various educational cleanup activities with the goal to promote Leave No Trace principles.
This Saturday, November 16th, join Fish For Garbage, Brighton Anglers, and others for the Fish For Garbage 1st Annual Fall Fundraiser at Uinta Brewing Company. The public is invited to enjoy food, beer, music, activities, bingo, and a silent auction from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Online tickets are $40; tickets at the door are $50 and includes 2 beer vouchers, appetizers, dinner and one bingo board. To purchase tickets online for the Fish For Garbage fundraiser, click here. The event is for attendees age 21 and over.
Cotton Bottom Returns!
Two of the first beer bars I enjoyed visiting when I first moved to Utah were D.J.’s Beer Garden (now Hog Wallow Pub) and Holladay’s historic tavern, The Cotton Bottom Inn, which was famous for its pool table, cold brews, and of course, the garlic cheeseburgers served there.
I was happy to hear the Bar X Group is looking to “bring a new spark to an old flame,” with a renovation of the classic dive bar. Said new co-owner Jeff Barnard in a press release, “The Cotton Bottom Inn is the quintessential neighborhood bar and restaurant and our goal as the developer will be to bring a high-quality, enduring project through the preservation of its iconic name and feel while bringing new life, amenities and patrons to the area. The first question people ask us is ‘are you keeping the garlic burger?’ and the answer is absolutely yes.”
The new Cotton Bottom Inn will feature outdoor dining (and drinking) and some 3,000 additional square feet of family dining areas, making it accessible for guests of all ages to enjoy the space.
Sweet 16th @ Hearth on 25th
Congratulations A.J. and Shana Hubbard as they celebrate Hearth on 25th’s 16 years in business with a “Sweet 16” chef’s tasting dinner. The Ogden eatery will offer an exclusive chef’s tasting menu from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., this Saturday, November 16th. They’re plating up one course for every year – 16 courses in all!
I can’t list all of the menu items here, but included in the chef’s tasting are dishes such as rabbit leg & loin, elk backstrap, lamb short loin, duck breast, octopus or salmon risotto cake, Wagyu beignets, grilled shrimp, soups, appetizers, cheese, desserts, and more. The 16-course tasting menu is $75 per person and optional beverage pairings are also available. There will also be live music by Cherry Thomas and a raffle at 8 p.m. For reservations online, click here.
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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