MANCHESTER, NH – UnWine’d: Key West Cafe & Grill opens for breakfast at 7 a.m. tomorrow, September 17. This revamped eatery is a merger of the former wine bar, UnWined, with the breakfast-lunch spot in Goffstown, Key West Café. The Second Street restaurant was renovated and will re-open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The new menu will feature Caribbean inspired dishes.
Looking for something to do tomorrow night, Sept 17th? Join the NH Liquor & Wine Outlets for their exclusive wine tasting series, “Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot from Around the World,” featuring more than 100 fine wines and gourmet hors d’oeuvres. Some of the world’s most famous and popular wines come from these two varietals, and NH Liquor & Wine Outlets has exclusive offerings that are difficult if not impossible to find elsewhere. Proceeds benefit Concord Hospital’s Payson Center for Cancer Care. Manchester Country Club, 180 South River Rd., Bedford, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. $65 per person. Click here for tickets
This weekend: Glendi at St. George, 650 Hanover Street, is happening on September 18,19, and 20. Music, activities, food and lots of candidates! Glendi is known for its food and this year’s menu covers all the favorites, such as baked lamb shank dinner ($16),pastichio ($11), and Greek meatballs in a Glendi secret tomato sauce ($9). Hours are Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. (food service ends at 9:30 p.m.) and on Sunday 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Portland Pie Company has a new fall menu. Check out pumpkin bread sticks ($6.99), butternut squash soup in a Shipyard Pumpkinhead dough bread bowl ($8.49), and pizzas made with Shipyard Pumpkinhead dough.
Are you a chef that has what it takes to compete on Guy’s Grocery Games? The popular Food Network TV show is doing a nationwide search for contestants and giving you the chance to win $20k! They are looking for outgoing, highly-skilled chefs and professional cooks from all backgrounds who have the ability to make something out of nothing. To apply: www.beonguysgrocerygames.com
It’s pumpkin season and Dulces Bakery is baking pumpkin Whoopie Pies. Open Monday through Saturday.
And just down the street, Chez Vachon is serving pumpkin pancakes with choice of meat ($7.29).
Fall is here and that means Cremeland has new hours: Sun.-Wed., 11 a.m.-8 p.m. and Thu. –Sat., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
There’s just two more Tuesdays to take advantage of Crab-tember at Hanover Street Chophouse. Every Tuesday in September, at the bar, choose from three succulent crab dishes: $5 crab & cheese plunge, $10 crab and avocado cocktail and the $15 icy Alaskan King Crab. Mon.-Sat., 4:30 p.m. to close. Sun.- 4 p.m. to close.
Copper Door has put out a fall menu that includes hearty dishes like Braised short rib manicotti ($11), a slow roasted pork-and butternut pizza ($15), and roasted duck with butternut and Mascarpone ravioli ($28).
Gould Farm in Contoocook, NH is one of 20 apple orchards nationwide (out of 7,500) in the running to be named Best Apple Orchard by USA Today. Let’s put a New Hampshire orchard on the national map and vote for Gould Farm here. You are allowed to vote once a day, through noon ET on September 28.
The ice cream stand at Mack Apples has closed for the season, but fear not- the Farm Market is open and serving cider donuts! 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily.
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