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Sunday, January 06, 2019

Snail Social comes to Books & Books

Books & Books in the Grove is going Slow Foodie-style with Snail Social on Tuesday January 8. Stop by from 6 to 8 pm and enjoy an evening with one of Miami's leaders in the farm-to-table movement, Chef Allen Susser.

Snail Socials are happy hours that roam from place to place, hosted at various locations on the second Tuesday of every month. The support chefs and businesses that support the slow food movement. Slow food is food that is good, clean and fair to all. It protects natural resources and it's local and seasonal. Slow food is part of a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members in over 150 countries, which links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment.

Snail Social attendees will enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and tasting of the cafe menu featuring fresh, local ingredients.

Suggested minimum donation is $15 per person (that's about the cost of a glass of wine). Your donation will directly impact local farm operations in times of agricultural need to grow slow food.

CAFÉ TASTING MENU
Meze board
Barcelona board
Mini tartines
One complimentary glass of organic or bio dynamic wine

Enjoy Happy Hour pricing on all wines. Snail Social guests that stay for dinner will receive 20% off the menu.

Books & Books is located at 3409 Main Highway.

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another pie in the sky just to get 15 bucks for a cheap 'GLASS' of wine. At Publix on 27th Avenue, just North of Coconut Grove they pay one person daily to literally feel every piece of produce, every piece. If it's soft they cut it down & package, rightfully as fresh and ready to eat. If softer they pass it on free to some group as free giveaway to the poor, homeless & disadvantaged, via food banks. Likewise for many farm groups. This takes a lot of effort and coordination. "SNAIL SOCIALS ARE HAPPY HOURS THAT ROAM FROM PLACE TO PLACE, HOSTED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS ON THE SECOND TUREDAY OF EVERY MONTH". Say what? This is similar to small print making the message null, dull, useless & void. Nothingness.

January 06, 2019 10:56 AM  

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