Kick Off The Holiday Season at The Common Grill

. November 1, 2017.
Chelsea Restaurant Offers Annual WIne Show November 13th
Chelsea Restaurant Offers Annual WIne Show November 13th

Guests will be treated to a wide sampling of Chef Craig’s award-winning cuisine and a variety of international and California wines. All proceeds from the event benefit free Chelsea area Sights and Sounds entertainment events. “The Holiday Wine Show is one of The Common Grill’s most successful annual events and we saw it as a great opportunity to help raise funds for Sounds and Sights,” says Craig Common, proprietor and executive chef of The Common Grill.

The Common Grill Holiday Wine Show
The Common Grill. 112 S. Main St., Chelsea
Monday, November 13, 6-9pm
$50
For tickets call The Common Grill @ 734-475-0470
For more info, visit CommonGrill.com

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