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Superior Motors holds ‘gratitude’ anniversary

Mary Pickels
Andrew Russell | Tribune-Review

Superior Motors restaurant will mark its first anniversary with a ‘gratitude’ event from 6 to 11:30 p.m. Tuesday in its courtyard, 1211 Braddock Ave., Braddock.

The July 31 event will include a second celebration, the christening of the newly re-finished Braddock bread oven courtyard, according to a news release.

Good eats and good fun are planned, the release continues. Guests will enjoy food and beverages from Superior, multiple live music acts, and a water balloon toss.

The Braddock Free Store will receive a portion of the proceeds, the release adds, as well as donations from the $10 balloon toss.

Tickets are $65 and include admission, food and gratuity. Alcoholic beverages are an additional cost.

The night will feature full service in the dining room bar, Ga’hed Cuz Speakeasy, also featuring the Ga’hed Cuz Cigar Bar, Boyd and Blair Fruit Infusion Bar in the Barebones Productions box office and outdoor patio with a selection of Brew Gentlemen beers and cocktails.

Cuisine will include wood roasted clams and mussels from the hearth and crudo bar with fresh raw fish and chilled watermelon soup.

By the wood-fired hearth on the courtyard, sample Braddock Farms green salad, fresh pagash (house-made dough stuffed with whipped potato and Goat Rodeo goat cheese), and beef/seitan tacos, with a stonefruit shortcake with white chocolate espuma and lavender dessert.

Musical entertainment will include Truth and Rights, 6 p.m. on the patio; Noel Quintana, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.; Lili Traviato, 8 p.m.; DJ Selecta will spin in the indoor dining room at 9:30 p.m.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter @MaryPickels.

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