Events

2019 Farm Dinner

Thursday, September 19th

Join us for an End of Summer Feast! We are excited to team up once again with Yellow Dog Farm, who have graciously opened their farm for the dinner. Our own Josh Tyler is creating a 5-course dinner featuring local and seasonal ingredients, including paired wines.

Cocktails begin at 5 with Dinner seating at 6.

Ticket includes dinner and 2 drink tickets.

Parking at The Red Oak Restaurant with shuttle service provided to farm.

You can purchase tickets here!


Second Saturdays

Ever wish you could learn to create your favorite cocktails at home? Well now’s your chance! Our amazing bar manager Heidi Naef will be teaching a hands on class on a different cocktail on the 2nd Saturday afternoon of each month.

 

The cocktail for September 14th. . . Sangria! Wine, brandy, fresh local fruits… what more could you ask for?

Like it fizzy or still? Red or white?

Make your very own bottle to take home and enjoy!

Seating is at the bar and participation will be limited to 8. Tickets are available but act fast.

 

The cocktail for October 12th. . . Specialty Old Fashioneds!

So many options Stone Fence, Apple, Winter, Wisco Pop, Rye, Bourbon or Brandy…

Learn how to add a twist to your Old Fashioned!

Seating is at the bar and participation will be limited to 8. Tickets are available but act fast.

 

This months(November 9th) Classic Cocktails is. . . Negroni, Sazerac, Sidecar, Manhattan, Smith & Kearns!!

Get a quick guide on how to make the classics.

Seating is at the bar and participation will be limited to 8. Tickets are available but act fast.

 

December 14 is all about herbed cocktails.

When fruits aren’t in season you’ve still got herbs you can use to flavor your cocktails.

Learn how to combine common herbs with a number of spirits.

Seating is at the bar and participation will be limited to 8. Tickets are available but act fast.


Joe Diamond

Join us every Thursday for an amazing performance by Joe Diamond. Joe is a Mystery Performer that some call a mind reader, others call a psychic, and more call him a magician. A family friendly performance but geared for grown up audiences you have to see to believe. Book your table for dinner and see this amazing performer.


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