Definition of gastropub
: a pub, bar, or tavern that offers meals of high quality
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Restaurant owner David Carrigan has operated Carrigan's Public House, a gastropub located in the century-old Blackwell Building on Morris Avenue, for more than three years.
The drink of summer: The Panda Express at Easy Tyger Bar manager Dave Cornils at Easy Tyger on Brady St. created the Panda Express to be an easy-drinking cocktail to complement the Asian gastropub's food.
Corey Laub was named executive chef of the restaurant at 2322 Boston St. Laub, a Columbia native, most recently worked at Novo, a gastropub in Chicago that closed this month.
To that end, their 7-year-old daughter Giada Cardone already has made an imprint on their new gastropub in Buffalo Grove, drawing the baby buffalo that adorns the children's section of the menu.
The lineup will change frequently, and Alvarium hopes to get onto the menus of several central Connecticut restaurants and gastropubs by August.
The options include a fine-dining restaurant, an all-day restaurant, a high-end cocktail bar, a beer hall/gastropub, a pool deck with food and drink service and a posh nightclub.
Down the Strip a bit, at Mandalay Bay, Puerto Rican street artist Alex Diaz has put his mark on Libertine Social, a relatively new gastropub.
The Magnolia Avenue coffeehouse/gastropub has one of the more creative Father’s Day options — with a waffle flight with beer pairings.
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