Overfield Tavern Museum Yuletide Dinner
The Overfield Tavern Museum’s board and staff invite the community to experience its 3rd annual “Yuletide Dinners” the weekend of Dec. 1–2 at the tavern, built in 1808 at Water and Mulberry streets in downtown Troy. Seatings are available at 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 1, and at 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 2. Bryan Begg of Bakehouse Bread in downtown Troy is preparing the historically inspired menu: Appetizer: TBD Entrée: Braised Lamb Shoulder with Parsnips and Whole Grain Pilaf Dessert: Pawpaw Pudding Please note that the menu is subject to change. Each meal includes two drink tickets. In addition to Bakehouse Bread, sponsorship of this event comes from the Overfield Tavern Museum Foundation; McGuffey Herb & Spice Co.; Dawna Elko, Berkshire Hathaway Professional Realty – Commercial Division; J. Hall & Associates, CPAs; and Koverman Staley Dickerson Insurance. Each seating will feature live musical entertainment and the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Overfield, as portrayed by Troy residents Terry and Karen Purke. Servers will be in period dress, and guests are welcome to come in modern clothing. The tavern’s cage bar will serve ticket holders craft beer, wine, and spirits, including Indian Creek Distillery’s Staley rye whiskey, made using a family recipe that dates to the early 1820s, when the Overfield Tavern was still operating as a tavern. Craft beer from Carillon Brewing Co. also will be served. Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased through eventbrite.com (search for “Overfield Tavern Yuletide Dinner”) or by sending a check made payable to “Overfield Tavern Museum” and mailed in care of J. Hall and Associates, 327 S. Market St., Troy, OH 45373. Checks should be mailed by Nov. 28, or purchased through Eventbrite by Nov. 30. The memo line should specify the seating time and room of choice (kitchen, parlor, taproom, or upstairs courtroom).
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