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18th Hour Cafe

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A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

18th Hour Cafe

$0.00

A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

18th Hour Cafe

$0.00

A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

18th Hour Cafe

$0.00

A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

18th Hour Cafe

$0.00

A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

18th Hour Cafe

$0.00

A PLACE TO GATHER every Thursday, 6:00-10:00pm

18th Hour Café offers a changing weekly menu of craft beer, amazing wine, cheese, charcuterie, salad, soup, and Tartine bread; prices range from $3-$20. 

Wines of Oregon

$55.00

Over the last forty years Oregon has become one of the premier wine growing states. Winemakers from all over the world have flocked here to try their hand at Pinot Noir from the Willamette Valley’s unique soils. While Pinot Noir and the Willamette Valley are still the epicenter of Oregonian wine, other regions and grapes are also enjoying marked success. In this two hour tasting seminar, Pamela Busch will lead you through the gamut of Oregonian wine and taste a number of reds and whites from different parts of the state.

 

Wines from the Old Old World

$55.00

There are distinct advantages to drinking the unknown. The quality to price ratio of grapes and places we can’t pronounce from places we can’t readily find on a map can often be ridiculously high.  We’ll taste a winemaking method with over 8000 years of unbroken history in the Republic of Georgia, a grape only found on one island off of the Croatian coast, a relative of Zinfandel hiding in Montenegro, a Hungarian grape known for “Bulls Blood,” Biodynamics in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and a rosè made from one of Giacomo Casanova’s favorite grapes in Slovenia.  All wine retails under $20!

Yes Way Rose

$55.00

This two hour tasting and discussion, led by Vinny Eng, will explore a selection of thirst quenching, pink and orange wines. We'll taste for qualities like salinity and explore the breadth of textures wines can express. 

Our remarkable friend and neighbor, Tartine Bakery, is generously providing a selection of their extraordinary bread for this event. Served with Vella Butter, it is reason enough to raise a glass!

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