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Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
990 Chapel Street, New Haven, CT
Event Phone Number: 203.907.0238
For more info, visit: www.ordinarynewhaven.com
Ordinary, New Havenís oldest tavern which originally opened in the early 1900ís at the corner of Chapel and College Streets in the former Hotel Taft, is hosting Joe Capobianco, owner of Hope Gallery Tattoo, on Wednesday, Juner 12 from 5:00-7:00pm. Jolly Joe will be pouring tastes of his second Bourbon Barrel with Backbone Bourbon, signing bottles, selling prints of the amazing Artwork that is on the bottle and T.J. Gallagher from the Wine Thief will be selling bottles of the limited and almost sold out bourbon that can be picked up at their shop around the corner.
For more information, visit www.ordinarynewhaven.com.
990 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510
Ordinary is New Havenís oldest tavern, originally serving as the taproom of the former Hotel Taft, which opened in January of 1912. Located just steps from Yale University, the Shubert Theatre and Yale New Haven Hospital in the heart of historic downtown New Haven at 990 Chapel Street, the space also was known as Richterís before the current owners took it over in 2012. After a careful restoration, preserving the spaceís historical character and architecture, including the original bar, wood paneling and ornate plaster ceilings, Ordinary opened in April 2013. The menu offers a mix of both classic and innovative cocktails, wine and beer, as well as a food menu offering small plates meant for sharing including cheese and meat boards, sliders, sandwiches, olives and more. Open Monday-Saturday from 4pm to close, Ordinary hosts Happy Hour daily from 4-7pm, as well as weekly trivia nights and special events. The historic front lobby is also home to The New Haven Cocktail Museum, showcasing the history of the cocktail inception in New Haven with rotating liquor exhibits. For more information, visit www.ordinarynewhaven.com, or the barís Twitter (@ordinarybar), Facebook (@ordinarynewhaven) or Instagram (@ordinarynewhaven) pages.
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