Food truck schedule for January and February

Yes- we will have trucks serving delicious food from all over the world parked just outside our door this winter!  Each has items that pair well with cider, and all can be brought inside to be enjoyed, as I don’t imagine anyone wants to be eating a pasty while standing on the sidewalk in January.
Schedule is as follows, subject as always to revision:
Potter’s PastiesJan 19 (Fri)
British-style savory and sweet pies.  No relation to the JK Rowling books as far as I know.
Dulceria Bakery– Jan 20 (Sat) indoors
Gluten-free and delicious Mexican-style pasteles, including GF brownies and cupcakes!  Must try!
K-TownJan 26 (Fri)
Korean street food to warm you up on the coldest winter day!
Potter’s PastiesJan 27 (Sat)
More to come in the near future!

Upcoming events

All January: Each Sunday from 2-5 PM Twin Cities German Immersion PTO parent meet n’ greet.  If you’re a TCGIS parent, check the FB site, or your school calendar to see when the event is for your kids’ grade.  $1 donated to the PTO for each glass of draft cider sold!

Starting January 25, and continuing on the fourth Thursday of each month from 6 to 8 PM is Chalk Talk Narrative.    Renowned writers will be giving readings of their published and unpublished work and an open mic session will give aspiring writers an opportunity to share their own work.   See Chalk Talk’s website for details

February 3, The Gated Community will play an early show from 4-6 PM in our main room!  If you haven’t seen them, you’re missing out.  They’re one of the best local roots/folk/bluegrass bands playing all original music. No cover!

February 4, there’s Kind Of A Big Game going on downtown dontcha know.  So we’re open from 12 to 12 that Sunday, and there might be a game playing on the screen, but it’ll be less than 55 inches diagonally, because otherwise I hear I have to send a big check to some billionaires for permission.  Purple cider and some gluten free snax.  And no cover!

February 10 is Winter Cyclist Appreciation Day.  If you ride through the winter in Minneapolis, you truly are among the toughest people in the USA.  This is the real reason the Twin Cities beats Portland as best bike town.  Because we ride when its below zero.  Hot cider and happy hour prices all day if you’re wearing bike gear.

February 14.  Date night from 4 to 10 with candles and chocolate.  Come for a glass of cider before dinner, or for a nightcap after.  Classical guitar and a chill atmosphere for you and your favorite person.