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Save the Date: Harbor Restaurant at Pier 38’s Wine on the Waterfront is August 25

(Sponsored) Harbor Restaurant at Pier 38 is holding its first-ever wine and food event.



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Wine on the Waterfront

 

On August 25, the Harbor Restaurant at Pier 38 presents its first-ever food and wine event called Wine on the Waterfront. Partnering with Johnson Brothers of Hawaii, the event will feature twenty fun and celebrated wines from makers Orin Swift Cellars, Treasury Wine Estates, E. & J. Gallo, Prestige Wine Group, and Peju Vineyards. Executive Chef Rob McDaniel has crafted an extensive menu of brasa oven-inspired dishes to complement every varietal offered. 

 

Food highlights include: Brasa Grilled Ribeye Steak Sandwiches, Oyster Bar, IPA Beer Battered Opah Bites with Coarse Mustard Remoulade, and Moroccan Curried Chicken to name a few.

 

Wine on the Waterfront happens on Saturday, August 25, from 5 to 8 p.m. Cost is $75 per person. Great wines, great food, and great harbor views all come together for a unique experience on pier 38.

 

To get tickets, go to: hnltix.com/events/wine-on-the-waterfront.

 

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