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By: | Posted: 05/15/2009
Cuzzy's is celebrating its fourteenth anniversary today with all manner of food and drink specials. Why not head down, tuck into a burger dripping with secret sauce, throw a nod to Besty the ghost, and try to locate a dollar you tacked on the ceiling with that hottie's number ten years ago.
If you're not feeling particularly arty this weekend, trip it out to Stillwater for the Brewers Bazaar this Saturday, held at the Water Street Inn. All your local faves will be there, plus you beer geeks can duke it out over front-row seats to the home brewing demonstrations. Tickets are $25, which gets you entrance to the event, a brat, a smart pilsner glass, and samplings of more than 60 beers. You had me at brat.
Copper River Salmon season officially opened this week, and those beauties should be landing at The Oceanaire Seafood Room sometime early next week. While you're waiting, and casting your eyes forward in hopeful optimism, OSR wants to help you shine on by offering a special 2010 menu and wine deal on Sunday and Monday nights. Starting Monday, you can dine on a three-course meal for $20.10. Each week will also feature a different red and white wine to be featured for $20.10. Looking forward looks good.
Do you have snobby wine friends that you'd love to put to the test? FireLake can help. On Saturday, it is hosting a Battle of the Vines. For $9, you can submit to a blind taste test with samples of a French pinot noir; a Spanish grenache blend; and Ten Thousand Vines, a new Minnesota Marquette wine. See if they can pick out the local. If they can't, make them pay for your local beef tenderloin.
A tip of the pen to all the reviewers and commenters who have made Tuscan Whole Milk and Salted Water for Boiling a seriously hi-larious diversion from all things that ail.
Stephanie March is Mpls.St.Paul Magazine’s food and dining editor. See bio
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