This Week at the Grey Lodge
This week: candidates, Canaries, crepes, and cheese & chocolate (beer)! Obviously this week is
brought to you by the letter C.
Taco Tuesday: Tuesday is Taco Tuesday from 5pm to midnight. Our kitchen krew comes up with three different tacos every week. Tacos are 3 for $8, mix and match as you like. The current week's selections are updated here every Tuesday afternoon.ewer, whether a beginner or a master.
Quizzo: Wednesday we have Quizzo at 8pm. This week's Quizmaster is Jack, who will have a Variety Quizzo with TV, movies, and baseball. As usual Quizzo will be on our 2nd floor.
Book Signing: On Friday from 6 to 9pm, local author Duane Swierczynski will be selling and signing Canary, his latest novel. Much of the book is set here in Neast Philly. A bar you may be familiar with is even featured (hint: it's not Chickie's).
Candidates Nights: Our meet the candidates project continues on Friday and Saturday. We will have two Mayoral candidates is this week: Doug Oliver (D) Friday at 7pm, and Jim Kenney (D) Saturday at 7pm. Also in on Friday at 7pm will be Donna DeRose (D) who is running for City Commissioner.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, we serve Brunch from 10am to 3pm. In addition to our regular brunch menu, Big Dan has a brunch special every weekend. Our regular menu is available too. In honor of Valentines Day, this week's brunch special will be Nutella Crepes with nutella, bananas, strawberries, walnuts, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream. I know my wife and I will be in here either Saturday and/or Sunday for those crepes.
Sunday Night Special: Beer and Cheese Pairing. It's week two of our week 169 week Beer and Cheese Odyssey. For 169 weeks, we will feature one of the 169 cheeses profiled in Di Bruno Bros. House of Cheese: A Guide to Wedges, Recipes, and Pairings by Tenaya Darlington. This week's pairing will be Stichelton and Shiner 106 Birthday Beer Chocolate Stout. Chocolate and cheese baby! We're all Ween on you.
Draft Beer Update
Great Lakes Conway's Irish Ale replaced Sly Fox Seamus Irish Red. One great American style Irish red replacing another. What's not to like? Obviously many do like, since those two Seamuses kicked fast.
Yards Poor Richard's Tavern Spruce replaced Flying Fish Abbey Dubbel. Tavern Spruce isn't a beer you want to drink every day, but every so often, it's a very nice spruce-y treat. Every so often is now, while it lasts.