Dark Lord Whisky is on the way and Dark Lord Day is here; Blue Chip’s It’s Vegas Baby! goes all Italiano starting next Thursday and some divine culinary opportunities at Art Attack in Harbor Country this weekend.
Saturday is Dark Lord Day in Munster: If you have managed to somehow glom on to tickets for the incredibly popular high-alcohol heavy beer that is considered the best in the world, good luck with that. It will be a zoo, but there is always the calming influence of the war memorials at nearby Centennial Park.
Blue Chip Casino It’s Vegas Baby!: The casino in Michigan City invites you to create your own entrée for $12.95 each Thursday starting May 1. The package deal with fresh Italian bread, Zuppa (Pasta Fagioli or Minestrone) and Ensalata (House Salad or Caesar), gets really interesting with five choices each on the pasta and sauce side. And for a genuine Italian feast you can add a side of chicken or eggplant parmesan, chicken marsala, meatballs, Italian sausage or shrimp scampi at a small cost. ($5-7).
Numerous Art Attack Food Choices in Harbor Country: Tonight, nosh while you gaze at Craig Smith Gallery at Gordon Beach Inn where you can take in champagne, sparkling wine and chocolates along with the artistic ambiance or go upstairs and partake of Timothy’s amazing seafood dinners. It is Art Attack weekend so consider reservations or be prepared to wait a few minutes, not a totally unpleasant experience at this establishment. Friday, Saturday and Sunday Fitzgerald’s in Sawyer will be hosting Berlin Nightclub’s 30th Anniversary Edition of their exhibit “Art of Celebration Series,” of portraits of contemporary celebrities created in Andy Warhol’s style. Fitzgerald’s has a fine selection of food every day and whether Greenbush craft brewery next door is open or not, Fitzgerald’s has plenty of the already almost famous microbrews. Also on Friday night, the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks is hosting an Ad Fest and Feast by inviting Harbor Country chefs to cater the screening of the funniest television commercials of 2013. Tickets are $40, with a portion going to scholarships for top area high school graduates.