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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Free Bloody Marys at Happy Girl Kitchen's Grand Opening Party

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Happy Girl's dry-farmed tomato juice
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Happy Girl Kitchen Grand Opening Party

Where: Ferry Building

When: Friday, Sept. 2, 4-8 p.m.

Cost: Free

Even though it has been open for a few weeks in its dedicated Ferry Building location, Happy Girl Kitchen is having its "Grand Opening Party" on Friday: all the better for you since you haven't missed it yet.

First item on the invite, and likely first in the interests of many 21 and over, is "complimentary cocktails (including bloody marys made with our delicious tomato juice!)"

The idea of an artisan bloody mary certainly has appeal, though I resolutely stand by her as a Sunday brunch date.

There's also scheduled to be a "giant twister match" with prizes, a demonstration of the fermenter's art, and, of course sampling: a "sampling smorgasbord," in fact.

This will all be lubricated with live music, and the so-common-it's-gotten-boring "human pickle." I am still checking that last one to see if more than a human in a pickle suit is involved. If so, we've got a story.

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