The vote is scheduled for this Monday, February 4th, and it would help very much to have a large show of support at the City Council meeting.
To recap: Everyday Cook has been selected as the top local business to be considered for the city’s available liquor license. Your public support has been instrumental in getting us this far. The end is in sight, and it’s time to rally the troops one last time. Because this is not a done deal by any means, a large showing might be just what it takes.
Monday, Feb. 4 at 7 pm
City Hall – 2nd Floor. 100 N. Fifth Ave.
A liquor license would allow us to offer:
* Beer and wine with our lunches
* Wine classes
* Wine tastings
* A wine tasting room that would feature the work of
local artists and musicians.
*Donations of fifty cents on every glass of wine sold to local
We had thought that there would be the opportunity for supporters to speak on our behalf prior to the vote, but now we understand that won’t be the case. But, still, we feel a large showing will resonate with the council.
Many thanks for your continuing support, and we look forward to seeing you at the City Council meeting on February 4th.
From the folks in the kitchen and behind the counters at Everyday Cook
and Everyday Wines.
The ladies of Gastronomical Three enjoyed a fabulous lunch there just last Friday, and here are a few wine pairings that owner Mary Campbell suggested that would go well if the restaurant were able to serve wine. These meals were already amazing in their own right. Just imagine how much more exquisite they’d be with these pairings. Please come out on Monday night and lend your support!
Red: Arcs Grenache/Tempranillo 2005 (Spain, Terra Alta)
White: Muga Rioja Blanco (Spain, Rioja)
Red: Ottone Barbera 2005 (Italy, Piedmont)
White: Alain Brumont Gros Mansang/Sauvignon Blanc 2006 (France, Cotes de Gascogne)
White: Bigi Orvieto Classico Amabile 2006 (the Amabile designation reflects just a tiny tiny hint of sweetness in this Orvieto) (Italy, Orvieto)
Red: Fratelli de Nicola Dolcetto d’Alba Superiore 2003 (Italy, Piedmont)