Jonesy's EatBar, 400 East 20th Avenue, is celebrating four years in business this month with $4.44 specials on select menu items and drinks. And at 6:30 p.m. tonight, the restaurant is hosting a beer dinner on its patio featuring Dry Dock Brewing Co., with reps of the brewery on hand.
The dinner costs $40 and seats are going fast; call 303-863-7473 to grab one. In the meantime, here's the menu:
La Vie Haute Saison paired with a goat cheese stuffed Anaheim chili pepper rolled in bacon dust served with a cilantro creme freche.
Hefeweizen paired with an arugula farro salad with heirloom tomatoes, yellow onion and a champagne vinaigrette made with the beer.
Paragon Apricot Beer and HMS Victory Amber ESB paired with house-made apricot pork bratwurst, sauerkraut, amber honey Dijon and mac and cheese fries.
Barrel Aged Dark Strong Ale paired with whiskey butter cake and Sweet Action ice cream.
As for the anniversary specials, the following items will be available for $4.44 all day every day for the rest of July:
Single order of any fries Half order of any style of mussels Half order of Low Country Grits Single Lamby Joe slider Single Flat Iron Steak slider Heirloom Tomato & Mozzarella slider
Jonesy's Blonde Luck (white wine blend from Bookcliff Vineyards) Rose from Bookcliff Cabernet from Bonacquisti Left Hand Milk Stout Oskar Blues G' Night Imperial Red Well Vodka mixed drinks
Happy birthday, Jonesy's!
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