Half of those 10,000 coupons will be designated for Homestead with the other half designated for Canterbury.
The restaurant's hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m., seven days a week.Bob Evans is branching out beyond its own restaurants, partnering with an Ohio-based food service company to open Bob Evans Express eateries in workplace cafes, universities, airports, malls, hospitals and more.
None are planned for this area yet, but the concept has just recently been introduced.Tony Forcucci, who oversees the Wine Shop at Joseph Decuis Emporium in Roanoke, will lead five “Wine 101” classes at Joseph Decuis restaurant, 191 N. Main St., Roanoke.
The classes run 6-7 p.m. for five consecutive Thursdays starting Sept. 5. The classes will offer insight into how wine is made, food and wine pairing, grape varietals, grape growing regions of the world, and other aspects of wine.
There will be sampling at each class. At the food and wine pairing class, Joseph Decuis Executive Chef Aaron Butts will share his knowledge. At the wine-making class, the group will go to Two-EE's Winery in Huntington and meet with co-owner Eric Harris. Classes are limited to the first 20 people who reserve a spot. Those interested in taking the class can email email@example.com or call Joseph Decuis at 672-1715. The cost is $50 per person plus materials ($5 per person per class).
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