Holy Mackerel Craft Beer Tasting Dinner at Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza

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Holy Mackerel! Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza is hosting a craft beer tasting featuring brews from Holy Mackerel brewery on Wednesday, February 1, at 7 p.m. at Anthony's Coral Springs location.

Anthony Bruno, founder of the pizza chain, will cohost the evening with

Bobby Gordash, Holy Mackerel's brewer. They'll be on hand to guide

guests through the four-course pairing, which will offer:

  • Fresh Mozzarella & Tomato salad paired with Magic Hat #9

  • Pork

    Ribs with Vinegar Pepper, Meatballs with Ricotta Cheese and Coal Oven

    Roasted Chicken Wings paired with Holy Mackerel's Panic Attack 

  • "Well Done" Pizza paired with Holy Mackerel's Special Golden Ale
  • New York Style Cheesecake paired with Holy Mackerel's Mack in Black

The pairing dinner is $30 per person (inclusive of tax and

gratuity). Guests must RSVP by calling the restaurant at 954-340-2625,

as seating is limited.

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