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September 11, 2009       Leave a Comment
By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor

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It's the "Can't Miss" Event of the year Downtown Bay City's 2009 East Side Wine Walk on Thursday, September 24, 2009

Streets filled with people mingling, sun setting over the water, the feeling of excitement in the air . . .
This is the picture that the Downtown Bay City Wine Walk has painted for its attendees for the last 10 years and why Wine Walk has become the "Can't Miss" event of the year.

On Thursday, September 24, 2009, from 5 to 10 p.m., 14 of Downtown's finest restaurants and pubs will come together once again to create an evening of fine wines and delicious food samplings with music throughout the streets.

This year the foods are better than ever with offerings like Pineapple Glazed Ham, Spinach Artichoke Dip, Smoky BBQ Ribs, and Argentinean Chicken.

Restaurants are offering creative foods to complement exquisite selections of wine from around the world. For example, enjoy Escargot, Brie En Croute with toasted Baguette Rounds and Pates at the Atrium, Seafood Pasta Alfredo and Crab Cakes at Gatsby's Steakhouse & Saloon, and the finest selection of Spanish foods and wines at Prime Event Center.

This year's Wine Walk starts with ticket validation at the State Theatre (913 Washington Ave.) from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. Each ticket holder will receive a commemorative wine glass.

Participating establishments:

  • Angry Bull Texican Grill & Sports Bar (Currently known as Striker's), 1203 Washington Avenue
  • Atrium, 1100 N. Water Street
  • G's Pizzeria & Deli, 1005 Saginaw Street
  • Gatsby's Steakhouse & Saloon, 203 Center Avenue
  • Jake's Corner Bar, 114 Third Street
  • Kingfish Restaurant & Tiki Lounge, 1019 N. Water Street
  • Mulligan's Pub, 109 Center Avenue
  • Old City Hall, 814 Saginaw Street
  • Prime Event Center, 1201 Washington Avenue
  • Princess Wenonah, departing from Wenonah Park
  • Rattlesnake Rick's Roadhouse, 708 Saginaw Street
  • Riverfront Grille at the Doubletree, One Wenonah Park
  • Stein Haus, 1108 N. Water Street
  • The Chambers, 816 Saginaw Street

  • Two samplings of wine, plus hors d'oeurves from regions around the world will be served at each of the participating locations. Tickets are $30 and can be purchased at these establishments while supplies last.

    There will be music in the streets throughout downtown. Scheduled entertainment includes: maybe august, Gregg Barber and Brett Mitchell & The Giant GHOST. Complimentary limousine shuttles will be provided by Silver Sands Limousine to help make sure attendees don't miss a thing!

    St. Laurent Brothers (1101 N. Water Street) will also be serving special treats during the walk.

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