A family-owned local landmark has won high honors at the 2004 San Francisco International Wine Competition. Indy's Easley Winery took a Double Gold award for its 2003 Governor's Cabernet at the prestigious West Coast wine competition, described as the most important wine competition in America. The San Francisco competition attracts nearly 4,000 entries from 25 states and 21 countries. Chandler Moore, assistant director of the wine competition, says the competition has no record of a Double Gold being won previously by an Indiana winery.
The winery is located at 205 N. College and is open daily. The winery features live music in its winegarden every Tuesday from 5-7 p.m. and Saturday, 2-5 p.m.
The Broad Ripple Seafood Shack is open, and offers a casual dining experience with its laid-back atmosphere, reasonable seafood prices and vast collection of music playing as you dine. The menu has many seafood choices, including whole lobster, shark, mahi-mahi, mussels, oysters and the Shack Attack, which has a combination of crab, oysters, peel-n-eat shrimp and crayfish.
Morton's "The Perfect Pair"
Morton's, The Steakhouse, introduces The Perfect Pair: steak and lobster tail or double lobster tail dinners, in celebration of its 25th anniversary. The menu items are being offered during the summer and will continue through Sept. 30 at all 65 Morton's locations throughout the world.
For more information, call 317-229-4700 or visit www.mortons.com.
Chipotle Mexican Grill
Fund-raiser for the Carmel Symphony Orchestra: Wednesday, July 14 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., pay $5 at the door, which will be donated to Carmel Symphony Orchestra, and receive a burrito and choice of soft drink at the 1422 Keystone Way location.
Fund-raiser for the St. Vincent Children's Hospital: Wednesday, July 14 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., pay $5 at the door, which will be donated to St. Vincent Children's Hospital, and receive a burrito and choice of soft drink at the 3340 W. 86th St. location.