Secco’s plans for 2012 (non-Apocalypse version)
Just the other day Julia, Tim and myself got the first time to sit down together since the onset of Holiday mayhem. In one epic, three-hour-long pow-wow, interrupted only by the requisite distractions that come with working in Carytown (seriously, what kind of monster dyes their dog purple?) we hatched, in very skeletel form, Secco’s agenda for 2012.
For starters, FLIGHT NIGHT will continue but will be limited to Monday nights only. Not because we’re jerks but because we want to free Tuesday nights up for special events, classes (cheese, wine, beer, etc) and the occasional private party. As we speak, Tim is putting the final touches on his Valentines Day menu; masterminding a pop-up restaurant in Church Hill; hammering out the logistics for an event with brewery-in-the-making, Ardent Craft Ales; and brainstorming a multi-chef “Street Food” themed dinner. All the while he’s testing out new salads and sandwiches for a revamp of Secco’s lunch menu later this month.
Secco will greet every season in the only way we know how: with high spirits, a sense of humor and plenty of booze. We’ll take the edge off Old Man Winter at this weekend’s Beer Breakfast, and paint the town pink on our second-annual Rosé Crawl this summer. And, since 2012 is sure to be a renaissance for ridiculous end-of-the-world theories, we may even work in a second-annual Post-Apocalypse After-Party as well.
Finally, fellow Carytowners will be happy to know that we’re hatching a plan to offer lunch delivery up and down the main drag.
Details on that and all of the above will be posted here and on our facebook and twitter feeds as soon as they’re available. For further information on renting Secco out for a private party, email us at email@example.com.
Here’s to a great 2012!