A “Name the Cow” for a burger event, a Community Restaurant Week finale, a Child & Family Taste, a church spaghetti dinner and a Knead Doughnuts fundraiser for Amos House are among the things to do.
Harry’s Bar & Burger will host the “Name the Cow Kick Off Event” on Saturday, Oct. 27, from noon to 5 p.m. at its Lincoln location at 200 Front St. If you have driven down Front Street over the last few weeks, you might have noticed Harry’s cow. It still doesn’t have a name, so Harry’s is asking for help from its guests. Through Dec. 31, diners will be able to submit their most fun and creative name for the cow. The person who submits the winning name will win a free burger every day for one year. At Saturday’s launch, there will be free cheeseburgers and beer specials, and kids can enter a costume contest at 3 p.m. The first-place costume will take home a $250 gift card.
The Ocean Community Chamber of Commerce’s eighth annual Ocean Community Restaurant Week in the greater Westerly-Pawcatuck, Connecticut, area continues through Sunday, Oct. 28. Participating restaurants will offer a three-course, fixed-price lunch menu for $15 and a dinner menu for $25. They include 84 Tavern on Canal, The Brazen Hen, Bridge Restaurant, The Cooked Goose, Ella’s Food and Drink, Guytanno’s International Restaurant, Haversham Tavern, Kitchen at Pleasant View Inn, Longo Ristorante & Pizzeria, PizzaPlace, The Sea Goose Grill & Raw Bar, The Shallows Kitchen & Bar, Venice Restaurant, Wilcox Tavern and Mia’s Prime Time Café. Visit oceanchamber.org for a look at the menus.
The 35th annual Child & Family Taste of Newport will be held Sunday, Oct. 28, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Atlantic Resort Newport, 240 Aquidneck Ave., Middletown. Tickets are $125. They are available online until midnight Friday, Oct. 26, at childandfamilyri.com, or at the door. Citizens Bank is the Presenting Sponsor of the event. For information, call Ann Arnold at (401) 848-4141.
Emmanuel Church, 42 Dearborn St., Newport, will serve a Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, Oct. 26, from 5 to 8 p.m. in the library. It’s $10 for adults, $5 for children, $3 for children in costume. For information, see emmanuelnewport.org or call the parish office, (401) 847-0675.
In addition to donating unsold doughnuts to Amos House at the end of each day, Knead Doughnuts has launched a campaign to raise money for the agency, which for decades has helped people in dire straits rebuild their lives. From now through Nov. 3, customers may dream up their own doughnuts, drop by either Knead Doughnuts location — 135 Elmgrove Ave. or 32 Custom House St., both in Providence — and fill out a contest entry form for a $1 donation. The winner will have their doughnut made and sold. Knead will match all contest sales dollar-for-dollar.
Published at Fri, 26 Oct 2018 02:13:18 +0000