The Bloody Mary Showdown returned for its third year on Jan. 14, 2018 at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds Coliseum. The event hosts 200 guests to taste their way through renditions of this classic brunch drink, drinking more than 1,000 samples created by 15 local bartenders. TOM GILLIAM / STAFF PHOTO“VUE Year’s Eve” was the bittersweet final hoorah for the popular Centerville bar and nightclub as they shut their doors for good.
Last year MacKenzie Manley from Mack’s Tavern took home first place at the Bloody Mary Showdown with Mack s BBQ Burger Mary, a smokey, beefed-up BBQ Bloody Mary. CONTRIBUTED“VUE Year’s Eve” was the bittersweet final hoorah for the popular Centerville bar and nightclub as they shut their doors for good last weekend. However, they’re not going out without first defending their 2017 Bloody Mary Showdown title.
“Gin And Tonic” Oysters on the half-shell with juniper berry, lime and smoked salt featured recently at the French Riviera New Year’s Eve dinner at Lily’s Bistro. Contributed photo by Alexis LarsenLily’s Bistro will be throwing its first annual Oyster Fest featuring a special menu of $2 fresh oysters, oyster shooters and other special preparations of oysters all week. Reservations are recommended for this highly anticipated week of oyster specials.
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Selecting a term
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