Diving Horse

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Diving Horse’s Palmer Marinelli Is Planning a Pop-Up

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Palmer Marinelli has been spending his summer in the kitchen at the Diving Horse in Avalon. This September he’s going to be doing something a little more personal. On Monday, September 30th, the Pub & Kitchen vet is hosting a pop-up at Little Fish. Marinellis is calling the event Pink Rose after his grandmother. The menu will be inspired by restaurants in Puglia, Italy, the region his grandmother was from. The dinner begins with an antipasti which Marinelli describes as “an intense sprint of shared plates” followed by pasta, main course, cheese and dessert. Expect other extras like cocktails, digestives, coffee and even baked breakfast goods to take home for the next day.

The dinner is BYO and there will be two seatings at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The experience is $100 per person and includes gratuity.  Reservations can be made by emailing PinkRosePopUp@gmail.com.

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Weekend: Memorial Day Edition

Friday

Celebrate Johnny Brenda’s reopening after their unfortunate water main break with a local beer.

If you are down the shore this weekend, try to get a table at The Diving Horse in Avalon.

Red Owl Tavern’s Sausage cart debuts today.

Saturday 

Champions League soccer final serves as a good reason to start drinking early.

Consider a BYO dinner at Ants Pants Cafe. Check out the dinner specials.

Sunday

Enjoy brunch at Fitler Dining Room. Maybe it will be possible to grab a table with everyone leaving the city for the weekend.

Bainbridge Street Barrel House is shutting down Bainbridge Street for their first ever street festival.

Monday 

Enjoy Memorial Day with brunch at Local 44. Also, take advantage of their cantastic savings all weekend long.

Have a great holiday weekend.

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