Sustainable 30th St. LIve Music and Cask

We thought you'd be interested in our newest developments. So let's
get right to it. . .

Trio Gadjo are debuting their guitar talents at the Ritual today,
Thursday, March 5. Playing acoustic guitars and bass, they enchant
restaurant dining rooms and café's with their minimalist gypsy jazz
sounds. They will entertain you while you enjoy our normal food and
beverage service on the first and third Thursdays of the month.

While listening to the Trio, you may be reminded of Django Reinhardt,
who's music is often heard inside the Ritual. Mr. Reinhardt was born
in Belgium, as are many of the ales on our menu, so it seems to suit
our dining room very well.

On cask we have Stone Pale Ale with Hallertau & Saphir hops.
Hallertau is a traditional Bavarian strain of hops imparting mild,
pleasantly spicy flavors. We are also serving two types of oysters on
this Thursday, Luna and Metcalf Bay.

The Union Tribune website featured our Tavern in
the Entertainment Guide section on Wednesday. 'Fresh and Local – San
Diego restaurants think green with sustainable ingredients' highlights
several eateries and menu items built around local and sustainable
raised foods. North Park's own 30th Street is home to three of the
featured restaurants. We're happy to be in the company of the Linkery
and Sea Rocket Bistro.

In two weeks we will host a St. Patrick's Day celebration. Last year
we were mentioned in the Union Tribune as a St. Patrick's destination
and we sold out of corned beef in about 90 minutes, so we will be
brining larger quantities of brisket for you this year.

The last day of the month is our Ballast Point Brewery Dinner. This
will be a four course dinner paired with Ballast Points finest. As is
our practice on these events, we are collaborating closely with the
Brewery in establishing the menu theme and pairings. We'll keep you
updated as the events draw nearer.