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Peek at Silver Oak/Twomey Wine Dinner

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We are happy to announce that on Wednesday, October 17, we will be hosting one of our two October wine dinners! For this event, we are pleased to be presenting the wine of Silver Oak and Twomey.

Silver Oak, for 40 years, has produced delicious and distinctive Cabernets from its Napa Valley and Alexander Valley wineries. Led by winemaker Daniel Baron, Silver Oak uses only the highest caliber fruit and an extended aging process in order to create delicious wines that are eminently drinkable upon release.

 

Twomey Cellars’ 40 years of winemaking experience combined with its spirit of innovation has led to the creation of its delicious Merlot, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc. With wineries in Calistoga and Healdsburg California, the people of Twomey Cellars pride themselves in working small to create unique, approachable wines that you will enjoy with friends and family.

More information on this event will be posted on our website shortly, so keep checking back to our Events page for further details. We hope to see you there!

Kevin Joyce Featured in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, “City to Reap Cold Cash from Winter Classic”

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Check out this article from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette by Mark Belko featuring Kevin Joyce who shares his knowledge on the subject of increased business for Pittsburgh during this year’s Winter Classic.

City to reap cold cash from Winter Classic

‘Super Bowl’ of hockey expected to generate $22.3 million
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Kevin Joyce, owner of The Carlton, Downtown, and past president of the Pennsylvania Restaurant Association, said many restaurants are expected to honor the request.

He believes the day has the potential to be much better for restaurants than a typical Steelers Sunday, when most people leave the city right after the game. With so many out-of-town guests, the Classic should be different.

“Any time the hotel rooms are at capacity Downtown, restaurants should look for a nice boost in business,” he said. “We expect that it will be good. We hope VisitPittsburgh has its thumb on the pulse, so to speak, and we’ll have brisk business on New Year’s Day.”

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