The Last Food Truck Friday of The Season Today
Food Truck Friday in Scotts Corners has been a tremendous success this summer, and the last installment of the season is going on today, Friday September 14th, from 5:00pm until 9:00pm
For this last installment, we will be offering a wonderful Macon Village 2017 (Certified Organic!) from Burgundy superstars Frantz Chagnoleau and wife Caroline Gon (winemaker at Hertitier du Comte Lafon), and a wonderful Argentinian, artisanal Malbec (sustainable farming) from RJ Vinedos. Perfect wines for the season and this weather. They will pair well with all the food offered tonight (well, except ice cream)
One bottle each (the white will be of course well chilled), and two eco-friendly wine cups, for $31.99
Both wines are under…
Pickup Up Your Goodie Bag!
Tonight, Friday August 10th, we have our third installment of Food Truck Friday, organized by The Pound Ridge Partnership
On a select Friday each month, the Pound Ridge Partnership invites you to an evening of food, music and games. The selection of Food Trucks featured will vary month to month.
From 5:00pm until 9:00pm
No alcohol will be sold at the event, but you can stop here between 5:00pm and 7:00pm and get what you need!
Tonight's Goodie Bag contains:
1 bottle of everyone's favorite Rosé, the ultra-delicious, organic Moulin de Gassac Guilhem Rosé 2017
1 bottle of Sept Lunes refreshing Gamay, certified organic (to be served slightly chilled) and so much fun to drink. Like being in your favorite bistro in the south of France!
1 100ml of St Agrestis wonderful "aperitivo",…
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I missed John's farm stand in town, and one Facebook post inspired me to get in touch with him and finally bring to fruition an idea that I've been toying with for a while: food and wine! Yeah, I know what a concept..but let me explain: in NY State, this is a bit complicated, as of course I am not allowed to sell food items in my store (or beer, as a matter of fact). But, if I could, being the health-nut that I am, I certainly would not be selling the highly processed foods that are in our average supermarket. So, how about a farm stand outside the store? Yep
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