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The Galley’s Two Year Anniversary Party is on Friday!

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I’ve been totally slammed and just realized I promised to write about this weeks ago and it’s actually happening tomorrow. So here it is today! I’m just cutting and pasting what they sent me because I’m fucking drowning in work right now. That said, I give this event two major thumbs up. Here’s the info:

In celebration of two tip-top years in the at kitchen at Clooney’s Pub, The Galley is throwing a party! On Friday, March 1st, we’ll will be serving up Galley favorites, including our famous French Onion Sandwiches (portable versions of the soup), and Pickled Pepper Eggs. The food doesn’t stop there: we’ll also have Navajo Tacos and more from Rocky of Rocky’s Frybread, and Guillermo from FogCutter/Dear Mom serving Fried Chicken Bao, Edamame, and other signature items. Come help us celebrate, and bring your appetite — the Pickled Pepper Egg-eating contest (Starting at 7pm ) isn’t for the faint-of-heart.

About The Galley: Opened by Justin Navarro in March 2011, The Galley operates out of the small kitchen inside Clooney’s Pub. (Clooney’s kitchen isn’t much larger than a kitchen on a boat, hence the name.) For the last two years, Justin has been serving comfort food and elevated bar fare that’s perfectly paired with Clooney’s cheap, strong drinks. The Galley has become a neighborhood favorite of locals and visitors alike.

The Galley’s Two Year Anniversary Party
Friday, March 1st
Clooney’s Pub, 1401 Valencia Street (cross street 25th)
6:00 – 10:00 PM
Pickled pepper egg contest starting 7pm

 

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