Make merry with more Mexican
Second Latin-inspired eatery adds flavour to 4th Street S.W.
munity hall at 1940 6 Avenue S.W., where 12 area restaurants and specialty shops will set up shop to serve food. Participants range from Dairy Lane and Oliv Tasting Room to Osteria de Medici and Maurya Fine East Indian and Springbank Cheese. Kensington Wine Market, Big Rock Brewery and Wild Rose Brewery will provide beverages.
Tickets are $50 and are available at www.westhillhurst.com. Funds will go to improve and upgrade the community association’s aging building.
In the world of culinary competition, there are a couple of fresh congratulations to pass out. First Jon Lord and his Lords of the Grill barbecue team was named Grand Champion of the 20th Annual BBQ on the Bow. His team now advances to the American Royal World Series of Barbecue in Kansas City and the Jack Daniels Invitational in Lynchburg, Tennessee.
And Colin Metcalfe won the 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Oyster Festival shuck-off recently. His win included a trip to compete in Charlottetown at the PEI International Shellfish Festival.
Clean, crisp and refreshing with bright lime-lemon aromas and flavours. Great aperitif or food companion. Pair with fresh seafood, fall vegetables and long walks in September evenings. Drink: 2012-2014 Product No: 745825 Price: $17.95 Score: 88/100
Anejo partners, from left, Cliff Harvey, chef Kevin A. Hill, Michael Miller, Jeff Hines and Patrick Hill in their Mexican restaurant, a new venture which opened recently on 4th Street SW.
The foundation ingredients for the house-made guacamole at the new Mexican restaurant, Anejo.