BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- On Thursday, June 14th at 7 pm Braun’s Tavern & Dining Room will be serving up a Four Course Spring Farmer’s Dinner & Wine Pairing menu created by Chef Michael Fiorianti served family style and featuring local produce and poultry from Harvest Drop. The event was originally scheduled for June 7th but was changed to the 14th. The cost is $55 pp (plus tax and gratuity). Reserve at (973) 743-1097 or email them firstname.lastname@example.org.
Braun's Spring Farmer's Dinner & Wine Pairing NOW June 14
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