Saturday, March 13, 2010

Local Grill: Our burger starts with grass fed beef from Snug Valley Farm, served on a toasted bun crafted especially for Claire's by Charlie at Patchwork Farm. The burger is grilled to order and can be topped with either Grafton Cheddar, Jasper Hill Bayley Hazen Blue, or bacon from Winding Brook Farm, along with Toll-a-Bell sprouts and onion from Pete's Greens. Riverside Farm sends along potatoes we hand cut and serve with Steven's new apple ketchup - just the right balance of spicy, sweet, and tangy to go along with the crisp fries and juicy burger.

Reservations: Help us plan accordingly to make your dining experience a pleasant one every time you join us for dinner or blunch. If you know in advance that you will be coming in, please do your best to call or email to make a reservation.

Around the Galaxy: Don't miss the World Premier of Ben Hewitt's new book, The Town That Food Saved, at The Galaxy Bookshop on Tuesday, March 16 at 7:00 pm. Reserve a place for dinner at Claire's before or after the book talk for a special $25 prix fixe dinner or enjoy our regular menu. You can also come by after to raise a pint to the author at the bar.

Music Notes: The Motel Brothers return on Thursday March 18 at 7:30 to play original acoustic Americana from the Green Mountains. James Bentley writes, sings, plays guitar and harmonica while Eric "Nord" Segalstad plays mandolin, lead guitar and sings.

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