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Nov. 21, 2019
Severance Brewing Co. is throwing a Pizza Palooza party Monday night. Enjoy free pizza made by neighboring La Luna Cafe from 5 to 7 p.m. at the brewery in The Cascade on North Phillips Avenue. The two businesses are working on a plan that will allow customers at the brewery, which doesn’t have a kitchen, to order wings or pizza from the restaurant and have it delivered. OG Greens, which is a few blocks south in the Jones421 Building, also provides delivery.
If you live on the south side of Sioux Falls, and don’t want to make a trip downtown for Parlour Ice Cream House treats, you can easily stop by Daily Bread, the cafe at Avera Specialty Hospital. There’s a freezer with ice cream and macaron ice cream sandwiches. The cafe at 69th and Louise is open from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
Breadico, which no longer has a retail storefront of its own, is having a pop-up shop for Thanksgiving breads from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday in Plum’s Cooking Co. at the 8th & Railroad Center. Customers can place orders until 4 p.m. Monday by calling Plum’s. A limited amount also will be available for shoppers who drop in that day. See the menu by clicking here.
Remedy Brewing Co. has released its first six-packs of beer for the retail market. Available now are two flagship beers, Queen Bee and Hefe Metal, and a new lager, Dakota Classic. Additional offerings will be on the shelves at local retailers soon. On Friday, co-founder Matt Hastad will be at Good Spirits Fine Wine & Liquor at 41st and Minnesota from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday offering samples. Some of the other retailers carrying Remedy by the can are Hy-Vee, Booze Boys, the new WilLiquors and JJ’s Wine, Spirits & Cigars.
The recently expanded Look’s Marketplace is helping new head brewer Chad McKinney continue one of his traditions. Every year, McKinney and his cousins and friends would home brew a Minnesota Vikings-related beer on the Sunday of the team’s bye week. Look’s is inviting customers to hang out in the taproom Sunday while McKinney and crew brew Six Footers American Strong Ale, which is named after Hall of Famer John Randle, a defensive tackle for the Vikings from 1990 to 2000. The mash process will start about 11 a.m., McKinney said, and the taproom is open until 9 p.m. The beer will be on tap after several weeks of fermenting.
Spitzmur is almost ready at the Renner Corner Locker. The business north of Sioux Falls has been making the Norwegian dried meat specialty every year once the weather turns cold since 1950. The mixture of ground beef, onion and spices is made in batches of 400 pounds and dried in cold air for about 10 days. The locker usually makes four or five batches each season and tries to have the rings ready in time for Thanksgiving. It sells for $10.49 a pound.
Fans of Raclette Corner can find the gooey cheese at the Artisan Holiday Pop-Up Store on Friday and Saturday in Brandon. The market featuring local makers will be open from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at 224 S. Splitrock Blvd., above Family Floors and Furniture. Raclette Corner will serve traditional and sweet raclette sandwiches. On Saturday morning, shoppers can order an egg and prosciutto sandwich topped with raclette cheese.
Someday Cafe has added wine by the glass to its beverage menu. The Baltic restaurant has been serving beer and now has another option for diners. It’s open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
Mac-and-cheese has been elevated from just a side dish to an entree at Slim Chickens. The chain, which has two locations in Sioux Falls, had added two Tender Mac bowls for a limited time. One is topped with pieces of its signature chicken tenders and shredded cheddar, and the spicy version includes cayenne ranch sauce with chicken tender chunks, green onion, fried onion strings, shredded cheddar and a drizzling of buffalo sauce.
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