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March 26, 2018
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A Family-Friendly Happy Hour at Grass & Bone

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Who says happy hour isn’t a family affair? At Grass & Bone, there’s no bar, but plenty of seats at community tables and countertops for happy hour at this exciting, newish butcher shop/restaurant. On a recent Friday, several toddlers were keeping an eye on their parents who tucked into Meatloaf or Kielbasa Sliders with house-made kraut ($3 apiece), or a $2 taco of the day (beef tongue or goat were recent additions) accompanied by $8 pitchers of craft beer or $10 carafes of house wine. While you’re there, you can pick up fixins’ for dinner later in the week, choosing from whatever is in season from local farms including aged rib eye, pork, eggs, lettuce, and all manner of house-made sauces like garlic mayonnaise, fermented honey mustard or pickles. Grass & Bone is so committed to using every part of the animal that you can even purchase bone broth and candles made from beef tallow. There weren’t any wings on the menu, but, there is — wait for it — a half buffalo rotisserie chicken for $8. That makes it a very happy hour.   Daily from 3 to 6 p.m.

by Alix Boyle

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