The Tasty Gets Tutored: Single Malts
Wednesday, March 7th
Let’s not make it complicated… Come.
Taste single malts from Japan, Taiwan, Scotland and the States (and maybe a little something from “the vault”). Indulge in foods thoughtfully prepared and paired to enhance your single malt experience. Bring a friend. Or don’t. Your friends at The Tasty will be there. Tasting. Learning. Eating. Enjoying. Join us. Make a random Wednesday in March a memorable one. Education provided by Nick Demjen of Origin Beverage; a division of Horizon beverage committed to sourcing and providing introduction of hand-crafted, unique, global beverage brands.
The Tasty gets Tutored: Sake!
JAnuary 31st 5-8 PM
Let’s chat it up, sip some saké,
and learn from a super cool saké expert
(in layman's terms)
what this mysterious spirit is all about!
Saké Hour 5pm-6pm
Join us for a unique opportunity to explore
the types and styles of saké,
while enjoying some delicious Japanese inspired snacks.
5-Course Sake Paired Tasting Menu
The Tasty will be offering a 5-course tasting menu, complete with
saké pairings, curated by Saké Expert Ryan Mellinger of Joto Saké.
Tickets are limited.
$75. includes Saké Hour reception + snacks, Tasting Menu w/ saké pairings, tax + gratuity.
Call for details: (508) 591-7302
Soule Homestead Farm to Table Dinner
The Tasty is so excited to be involved in this year's Farm to Table Dinner at Soule Homestead!! We will be preparing a full-on nose-to-toes culinary adventure from pigs that are being raised right there on-site! In addition to pork, we will be offering vegetable side dishes also grown on-premise by Farmer Dave Purpura of Plato’s Harvest! Locally brewed beer provided by friends at Mayflower Brewery. More info on tickets is coming soon!
Soule Homestead Education Center is a beloved community resource that is entering their 26th year in operation. This stunning 120-acre property is owned by the Town of Middleborough and their small but mighty non-profit organization runs low-cost educational programs that impact thousands of people. The Homestead programs emphasize hands-on learning experiences in a unique setting. All of their educational programs incorporate one or more of the Massachusetts State Educational Curriculum Standards and Frameworks, including: History and Social Science; Science and Technology; Mathematics; and Visual Arts.
negroni Week June 5-11, 2017
We are partnering with Imbibe Magazine and Campari for Negroni Week!
The Tasty will donate $1 for every Negroni sold!!
Negroni Week launched in 2013 as a celebration of one of the world’s great cocktails and an effort to raise money for charities around the world. From 2013 to 2016, Negroni Week grew from about 100 participating venues to 6,000 venues around the world, and to date, they have collectively raised nearly $900,000 for charitable causes.
This year Negroni Week takes place from June 5-11, 2017, when once again, bar and restaurants, like The Tasty, will be mixing classic Negronis and Negroni variations for a great cause.
Don’t forget to keep tabs on the Negroni Week action on Imbibe’s Instagram and Twitter feeds @imbibe and by following the #negroniweek hashtag. And, of course, be sure to mix yourself a Negroni!
eat to defeat alS April 6, 2017
Join us in support of the 2nd Annual EAT TO DEFEAT ALS presented by Phantom Gourmet! With over 80 restaurants participating, in 6 states, its sure to be a special evening. Growing from last year, we hope to help continue this trend and would be so grateful for your support! The Tasty will be donating 10% of sales from this special evening.
With help, the top leaders, doctors and researchers of ALS ONE are able to continue their joint efforts to change the course of history and find a treatment for ALS within the next four years while simultaneously improving the care for those who have already been diagnosed. By collaborating to fund and develop a treatment, we are demonstrating our shared commitment to fighting ALS while also continuing to provide high-level care for those who have already been diagnosed and support for their families.