Summer Eat Out for the ARTS at Seven Oaks Benefiting the EOH

Summer Eat Out for the ARTS at Seven Oaks Benefiting the EOH

Tired of cooking? Want to meet some friends for supper?
Eat Out for the ARTS this Monday, August 4th, at the Seven Oaks Clubhouse.
Anytime between 5:30 – 8:30 p.m.

To whet your appetite visit http://www.sevenoaksclubhouse.com/Menu.html.

Good news! The Seven Oaks Clubhouse has generously offered to donate some of the proceeds from everyone who eats at the restaurant on Monday, August 4th to the EOH Arts Center.  They are a locally owned and operated full-service restaurant and caterer. We are open to the public and open year round serving an elegant but casual lunch and dinner. In the heart of a beautiful golf course with ample on-site parking, we offer gorgeous views from our dining room and patio year round.
Our motto is “Real Food Done Right.” At the Clubhouse all food is made to order using the freshest produce, meat, and seafood. We make all our own soups, sauces, dressings, and desserts, and in-house roast all our turkey, ham and beef. Vegetarians, vegans, and people with food allergies are happily accommodated.
So come try the casual elegance of the Seven Oaks Clubhouse and enjoy our warm and relaxed atmosphere. We are great for groups and offer a catering menu for larger occasions. Kids are welcome too, so bring the whole family.
Two guitar virtuoso pickin' a wild night of bluegrass!

Two guitar virtuoso pickin’ for a wild night of bluegrass!

To add to the fun on August 4th, EOH will be giving away 3 pairs of tickets to the Bluegrass concert with Chris Eldridge (Punch Brothers) and Julian Lage on August 16; the Howlin’ Brothers from Nashville will be opening!  Each set of concert tickets is valued at $40.  Seven Oaks will award them to the top three “eaters” on August 4th with the biggest checks for the evening so bring your friends and your appetites so that your table is a winner!

To add to the fun on Monday, August 4th, EOH will be giving away 3 pairs of tickets to the Bluegrass concert with Chris Eldridge (Punch Brothers) and Julian Lage on August 16; the Howlin’ Brothers from Nashville will be opening!  Each set of concert tickets is valued at $40.  Seven Oaks will award the sets of tickets to the top three “eaters” on Monday night.  So bring your friends and your appetites so that your table is a winner!

More about the prize tickets…An evening of pickin and bluegrass with child prodigy and “a giant in the making” (All About Jazz), Julian Lage joins guitars with Chris Eldridge of the Punch Brothers and The Infamous Stringdusters for this special performance on August 16th.  Chris “Critter” Eldridge and Julian Lage are, quite simply, two of the most important young guitarists performing today!

Opening act:
The Howlin’ Brothers are a three-piece string band that brings heart and passion into every performance. Their upbeat shows are heavy with original and traditional music, featuring the sounds of slide banjo, harmonica and old-time fiddle.
Sponsored by Seven Oaks Clubhouse Restaurant, Hamilton, NY and Media Sponsor WAER FM 88.3
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The Seven Oaks Clubhouse Restaurant with sandwiches and entrees made with fresh, natural ingredients. Delicious grilled healthy choices!

Seven Oaks Clubhouse

2 East Lake Rd (Corner of Payne St & East Lake Rd)
Hamilton NY 13346
315-824-4420
Helping to support the ARTS at the Earlville Opera House!

Inside and Outside Dining available!

Inside the Seven Oaks Dining Room

Inside the Seven Oaks Dining Room

On a summer evening, dining under the stars!

On a summer evening, dining under the stars!

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