Food & Drink

Having dinner on donation night is Saul part of giving back

Saul Good Restaurant & Pub will donate 10 percent of its food and beverage purchases Tuesday to Faith in Action: Elder Outreach.

The charity offers care-giving services to older adults and their families. Diners must present a copy of a flyer for their purchases to qualify. It's available at www.fiaky.org.

Saul Good is at 3801 Mall Road at The Plaza at Fayette Mall. Call (859) 273-4663 or go to www.saulgoodpub.com.

Reel in a deal on fish sandwiches

Detroit Coney Island, 911 Winchester Road, is having a grand opening celebration Friday and Monday. When you buy one fish sandwich for $5.99, you get one at half price. Call (859) 280-9138.

Nightclub's nightly nosh

Catering by Donna is preparing the food for Manchesters, a new nightclub at 903 Manchester Street. The free hors d'oeuvres menu includes jalapeño poppers, chicken taquitos and barbecued meatballs. Manchesters opens at 6 p.m., and there's a $10 cover charge. Call (859) 351-1982.

Signed by masters of their craft

Liquor Barn and Big Ass Fans will host a "Barons of Bourbon" bottle signing from 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the Liquor Barn in Hamburg, 1837 Plaudit Place. Master distillers who will sign bottles are Harlen Wheatley of Buffalo Trace; Jim Rutledge, Four Roses; Chris Morris, Woodford Reserve; Jack Pogue Jr., Old Pogue; and Jimmy Russell, Wild Turkey.

Learn more about bourbon

Speaking of Wild Turkey master distiller Jimmy Russell, he'll talk about bourbon at deSha's Horse and Barrel, 401 West Main Street, from 6 to 8 p.m. April 3. Hors d'oeuvres will be served with Wild Turkey Rare Breed, Russell's Reserve and American honey. The cost is $15. Call (859) 259-3772.

Winemakers come for dinner

The Holly Hill Inn Wine Guild will present a California pinot noir winemakers dinner on Thursday. Brian Loring of Loring Wine Co. and Peter Cargasacchi of Cargasacchi Wines will pour and discuss their wines. The cost is $85.

The wines — rosé, chardonnay and four pinot noirs — will be paired with a menu prepared by chef/owner Ouita Michel. The rosé and chardonnay will be tasted with garlic shrimp and other small-plate appetizers. Michel will pair courses of salmon, duck, lamb and chocolate with the pinot noirs.

Dinner begins at 7 p.m. Call (859) 846-4732 or go to www.hollyhillinn.com. Holly Hill Inn is at 426 North Winter Street, Midway.

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