Local Brews and Local Food at the North Market

Written by on May 24, 2011 in Arena District, Events - 2 Comments

Got a case of the mid-week blues? The North Market’s Local Brews and Local Foods happy hour is the cure for what ails ya.

Kicking off this Wednesday, May 25, for the second year in a row, the North Market and Columbus Brewing Company are teaming up for a monthly happy hour on the North Market patio. The events take place from 4-7PM on the last Wednesday of each month through September and feature a local food item from a Market vendor and cold CBC beer. Summer evenings don’t get much better than that.

In addition to the awesome beer and food, CD101 will be broadcasting live, and the patio will be rocking all summer long with great local music. Small Business Beanstalk will join the festivities and the Cap City’s newest food and booze magazine, Columbus Crave, is also joining as a sponsor. Get out your calendar, check out the schedule, and don’t miss the happiest hours happening this summer.

Wednesday, May 25

Featured Local Food: mini ice cream sandwiches from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
On tap: CBC Summer Teeth
Music by: Angela Perley

Wednesday, June 29

Featured Local Food: pretzel bites from Brezel and samples from Clever Crow Pizza
On tap: CBC Summer Teeth
Music by: Miss Molly

Wednesday, July 27

Featured Local Food: seasonal pizza from Pastaria
On tap: CBC Summer Teeth
Music by: Steve Harper

Wednesday, August 31

Featured Local Food: hummus and veggies from Expressly Market Bakery & Bistro
On tap: TBD
Music by: Joey Hebdo

Wednesday, October 5 (well, almost all are on the last Wednesday)

Featured Local Food: waffles from Taste of Belgium
On tap: TBD
Music by: Apple Bottom Gang

This is a guest post by Lauren Wilson.

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2 Comments on "Local Brews and Local Food at the North Market"

  1. Brandie Williams May 24, 2011 at 11:53 AM · Reply

    Are the foods for sale or for free sample?

    • Lauren Wilson May 24, 2011 at 1:42 PM · Reply

      Beers are $4/pint and food samples are free when ya buy a beer. 🙂

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