Carbonara Weekend Supper @ Stoneground
Each week, Stoneground Italian Kitchen features a special Weekend Supper to take out and enjoy at home. The Weekend Supper for October 9th and 10th is Pasta Carbonara. This hearty Italian pasta dish from Rome is made with eggs, Parmigiano-Reggiano, guanciale and black pepper.
The supper serves 4 and starts at $49, with bread and salad add-ons available. The Weekend Suppers are “packaged for convenience with complete instructions for optimal preparation at home.” Pick up between 3-6 p.m. on Friday or Saturday.
Click here to order Weekend Supper, take-home Pizza Kits, gift cards and more from Stoneground.
TOG @ Cucina in the Avenues
In last week’s 411 column I reported that Two Old Guys were performing at Cucina last Saturday, the 3rd. Well, that show was moved to this Saturday, October 10th. On Saturday, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Two Old Guys will be performing on the Cucina Wine Bar patio playing a wide array of music that includes folk/rock, blues, ballads, covers and originals.
Two Old Guys Music is the talented and entertaining duo of Tally Evans and Mike “DeliMan” Feldman. Check out some of their videos on their Facebook page by clicking here.
Yoga & Beer @ The Gateway
Yoga + Beer sounds like a winning formula to me. If it does to you too, you’ll be interested in Yoga & Beer at The Gateway – a physically distanced weekly event “to clear your mind,” brought to you by The Gateway, Salt Lake Power Yoga, and Squatters. Yoga & Beer is held every Wednesday from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
According to The Gateway folks, “The talented instructors at Salt Lake Power Yoga along with DJ Elliott will lead this series with a power flow yoga, integrating optional beer-drinking postures. All levels of yogis and beer drinkers are welcome. Yoga is free. Beers are $5. Classes will be held every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at The Gateway. Space is limited and based on current COVID health and safety guidelines, so be sure to reserve your spot!” Click here for tickets.
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