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The Pantry celebrates 6th anniversary in style this Saturday

Posted By on Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 10:05 AM

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Here's the thing about Tomas Bohm and his Pantry crew:  They know how to cook, and they know how to throw a party. And this one should be a humdinger.

This Saturday, April 25, the folks at the Pantry West are going to rock out from noon to midnight in celebration of the sixth anniversary of their Rodney Parham location. The menu? Suckling pig, paella, brats and all sorts of beer and wine specials. Manager Joe Holland tells us that the event is going to be an "all you can eat European food celebration." Should be one heck of a 12 hour shindig—because if there's one thing that the Pantry does even better than their food, it's their hospitality. Check out the event's Facebook page for more details.

Happy 6th to the Pantry—we foresee many more anniversaries for you in the future!

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