Celebrate Repeal Day at Church
Next Monday night one of my favorite restaurants will be celebrating one of my favorite holidays.
The roaring twenties were a bit of a tough time. Partly in thanks to the 18th amendment passed in 1919, which outlawed the consumption of alcohol in an attempt to put an end to all drunken fun. Lucky for us, prohibition only lasted 13 years and was repealed before we were born. But that doesn't mean we can't still celebrate our god given right to drink, which was again restored when the 21st Amendment was passed on December 5th, 1933.
Given this momentous occasion, it is only fitting that Church of Boston - no stranger to mixing up great libations - is celebrating Repeal Day this Monday with a special menu stocked with dishes and cocktails inspired by the 1930's and the birth of comfort food. Think Philly Cheesesteak Sliders, Bacon-wrapped Meatloaf, and Ritz Cracker crumb-covered Haddock washed down by Sidecars, Negronis, Moscow Mules and more. Check out the full menu below and be prepared to show up on Monday dressed in your best party pants.
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About the authors
Michelle Zippelli is a Boston based hedonist who is committed to finding the best food that Boston has to offer. She has lived in Boston for 6 years and works in online marketing. Michelle loves meatballs, live music, exotic cheeses, Mexican food, spur of the moment dance parties, and all things pickled.
Jacki Morisi is a self-proclaimed bon vivant extraordinaire. A Boston native whose waking hours are exclusively focused on travel, music, food, and fare ... emphasis on food and fare. She's a firm believer that just because you're living on a young professional's budget doesn't mean you have to sacrifice taste, and carries this mantra into each and every dining endeavor.