If you’re a local music and local food junky, then you’ll want to get your tickets quick for the Locavore Serenade on January 26th. Only 40 tickets are available for an intimate dinner and music night at the Parlor in Northeast Minneapolis. From 6-9:00pm your ears and taste-buds will tingle with warm winter foods from award winning Chowgirls Killer Catering and music from Minneapolis’s own Chris Koza, from the band Rogue Valley. Purchase your tickets through eventbrite: http://bit.ly/19bdhOg.
Official Press Release:
Minneapolis, Minn.— Locavore Serenade will get cozy and comfortable on Sunday, January 26 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm in the Parlor, with a delicious Chowgirls menu and a solo performance from Chris Koza, an accomplished, well-loved musician and lyricist. Bill DeVille, host of The United States of Americana on 89.3 The Current, will guide conversation with Chris and the audience.
Koza and the Chowgirls have chosen the theme of Cozy Comfort to help chase away the January blues with a menu designed to warm the heart and the soul. The night will kick off with Chowgirls favorite appetizers including winter squash & sausage kabobs with fried sage and maple butter, bacon-wrapped water chestnuts and dates in a sweet chili sauce, and a creamy hot crab gratin. The hearty fare continues with Chowgirls Upside Down Chicken Pot Pie, a traditional pot pie filling of chicken, gravy, carrots and peas with thyme, topped by a flaky biscuit crown and served with roasted organic vegetables. The meal will conclude with a baked-from-scratch pie and organic, fair-trade coffee and tea service.
Only 40 tickets are available in the intimate setting of the Parlor located in Northeast at 1224 Second Street NE, Minneapolis, MN 55413. Locavore Serenade family style seating is available for $45 per ticket. Guests can reserve a table for 2 for $80. Parties of 4 can reserve a table for $160. A table for 6 can be held for $240. Performance, food, and tax are included in the price. Purchase tickets through eventbrite: http://bit.ly/19bdhOg.
For more information contact Christine Weeks at 267-251-7428