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Water’s Edge Winery at 217 Pine Ave. is celebrating its anniversary by offering some specials during the month of October.
On Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 16 and 17, buy any one glass of sangria, get one free with the purchase of any regularly priced Bistro “Main” item. Every Wednesday wine club members get Happy Hour prices all night long and every Thursday buy a bottle of premium Pine Signature wine, take $10 off a second bottle to take home.
On Sunday, Oct. 24, receive complimentary Goat Cheese & Jam Crostinis or $5 off Grand Boards with purchase of Brut or Almond Sparkling Wines.
Portuguese Bend Distilling (Long Beach’s very first distillery), 300 The Promenade North, is launching two new grain-to-glass Rums in their Queens Passage Rum collection. Both are made from 100% baker’s grade molasses. Queens Passage OG Gold is a traditional golden rum and Queens Passage Navy Proof, a high proof rum.
“Rum is a really fun spirit to make because it’s like the wild west — there aren’t a lot of constraints compared to whiskey. It’s one of the fastest growing spirits and that has a lot to do with innovation,” Simon Haxton, Portuguese Bend’s Spirit Tsar, said in the distillery’s announcement.
Dog Haus, 210 E. Third St. downtown, has revamped its menu. New items include:a fried chicken sandwich, a Chicken Tenders Kids Meal and a plant-based Impossible Chicken Nuggets Kids Meal. Last month, Dog Haus first launched Beyond Meat®’s plant-based chicken product, and the Kids’ meal version was just added to the menu.
Wood &Salt Tavern at 4262 Atlantic Ave. is now serving brunch on the weekends. Featuring a special menu including brunch favorites, classics and some freshly made cocktails, hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
On Thanksgiving, Nov. 25, the tavern is offering its first annual pre-fixed Thanksgiving Feast with two seating available at 2 and 5 p.m. Capacity is limited. For more information and to purchase tickets go to the Resy Reservation site or inquire at the restaurant.
Dignity Health, which operates St. Mary Medical Center in Long Beach, is one of five of Los Angeles County’s largest nonprofit health systems to join in a BetterTogether Health Public Service Campaign.
The mission is to convince residents to put health first and access care when needed, a release said. The public service educational campaign features everyday patient heroes with the theme “Get Back to Your Doctor. Your Health. Your Joy. Because We Love a Healthy L.A.”
“As people return to work, school and family gatherings, we are still concerned that they have not returned to their annual screenings or health interventions,” said Julie Sprengel, President, Southern California Division, Dignity Health Hospitals in a release. “We must continue to engage our communities to put their health and well-being first.”
To learn more, visit www.bettertogether.health.