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Congratulations to Chef Dave!

Congratulations to Chef Dave on his new role as OWNER of Lola’s Coffee House in Brighton. Dave has been an important part of the Social’s culinary team since we opened in 2014. He has the passion and talent to make his venture successful. Best wishes and thank you Dave for everything you’ve done for us. We’ll miss you very much. www.lolascoffeehouse.com 74 Main Street, Brighton.  613.475.0711

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Beer Pairing Night with Moskokan Brewery!

Only $50 for Four Courses & Pairings, Tuesday June 14th

BOOK NOW, FOR TICKETS CALL: 905.800.1152
ONLY 25 SEATS AVAILABLE

This Beer Pairing Night we are partnering with Muskoka Brewery from Bracebridge. Nestled in the heart of Muskoka, Muskoka Brewery handcrafts premium beers as unique and refreshing as the region they’re from. See more at: http://www.muskokabrewery.com

Date: Tuesday March 29th
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: The Social Bar + Table

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Courses will be added shortly!

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Celebrating Two Fabulous Years!

This tiny restaurant opened two years ago and quickly transformed into a vibrant part of Port Hope’s downtown neighbourhood.

We are proud to be a certified Feast Ontario restaurant, serving fresh and local farm to table food. We smoke locally sourced meat, fish and cheese in house and bake our own bread every day.

Come and enjoy carefully selected craft beers and well priced wines and watch our hard working chefs cook up a storm in the open kitchen.

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Cask! Social – Maclean’s Brewery – Brown Ale

We have another cask of cask conditioned ale – waiting to be opened! Starting Tuesday April 19th.

Cask conditioned ale is beer that is brewed from traditional ingredients and matured in the cask from which it is served. This means that it is fresh and unfiltered and has a unique flavour.

Cask ale is naturally conditioned as a by-product of the secondary fermentation that takes place inside the cask, it is then served directly, without the use of extraneous carbon dioxide or chemical treatments of any sort. What you are tasting is a live product, full of flavour and character: beer in its natural state.

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FLOAT YOUR FANNY DOWN THE GANNY

We have a great line up of food for you to FLOAT YOUR FANNY.  It’s also our second anniversary! Woot! The Social has been open two big years! So we are doing a little bit of a throw back and featuring some of the old favourites we opened with:

The SOCIAL BURGER | bacon and onion jam | duck confit

PULLED PORK AND SLAW ON A BUN | Osland Farm

LAMB BURGER | Osland Farm

PEA MEAL ON A BUN | Osland Farm

And – deep fried PORK BELLY DONUTS!

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Beer Pairing Night with Barley Days Brewery

Only $50 for Four Courses & Pairings

BOOK NOW, FOR TICKETS CALL: 905.800.1152
ONLY 25 SEATS AVAILABLE

This Beer Pairing Night we are partnering with Barley Days Brewery from Prince Edward County. From 1860 to 1890 Prince Edward County’s strain of barley was reputed worldwide as the best malting barley available. The appetite for the local barley was in such demand that the grain covered over 1/3 of the areas cultivated farmland. Barley changed the land and economy so much so that the era was forever known “The Barley Days.”

Date: Tuesday March 29th
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: The Social Bar + Table

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First Course
Loyalist Lager
Arugula and Shitake Mushroom Salad,
toasted almonds, goat cheese,
Loyalist Lager vinaigrette

Second Course
Royal George Brown Ale
Smoked and Stuffed Sweet Onion,
Smoked Bacon and Pork,
Brown ale gastrique

Third Course
Wind and Sail Dark Ale
Dark ale braised Short Ribs,
creamy polenta, dark ale reduction

Fourth Course
Cherry Porter
Black Forrest Cake, cherry porter cream

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Cask! Social – Maclean’s Brewery

What Is Cask Ale?

We have a cask of cask conditioned ale – waiting to be opened! Cask conditioned ale is beer that is brewed from traditional ingredients and matured in the cask from which it is served. This means that it is fresh and unfiltered and has a unique flavour.

Cask ale is naturally conditioned as a by-product of the secondary fermentation that takes place inside the cask, it is then served directly, without the use of extraneous carbon dioxide or chemical treatments of any sort. What you are tasting is a live product, full of flavour and character: beer in its natural state.