Thursday, December 11, 2008

now this is cool - Polish Happy Hour downtown thursday

from a press release...

It’s the second Thursday of the month, and that means Polish Happy Hour. This time it’s at the Draught House, 219 W. Federal St., from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

The featured Polish vodka will be Krupnik, a unique and ancient drink made with wild bee honey. The featured beer will be Okocim O.K, a product of one of Poland’s oldest breweries.

The menu will reflect the traditional meatless fare served on Christmas Eve in Poland, including Sledzie Marynowane (pickled herring), Barszcz w Uszka Grzybowa (beet soup with mushroom-stuffed dumplings), and desserts.

And, of course, it wouldn’t be the holidays without Christmas carols. Except they’ll be sung in Polish. For those who don’t know the words, don’t worry. The lyrics will be flashed on a screen, karaoke-style, complete with phonetic pronunciations. For more information, go to

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