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SRQ DAILY Oct 11, 2022

Tuesday Dining and Food Edition

Tuesday Dining and Food Edition

"Our hope is that by offering guests an authentic taste of Latin American culture, we will encourage them to explore more aspects of Latin American life. This will be a fun and delicious way to start the conversation!"

- Carol Hartz, Executive Director, CreArte Latino Cultural Center.
 

[The Dish]  The Fall Menu at Sage is a Seasonal Celebration
Kevin Allen, kevin.allen@srqme.com

Sage is back from its late-summer hiatus, the new fall menu is here, and my advice is this: make your reservation now because you’re going to want to repeat the experience.

There’s so much to love about fall. The break from the heat, the changing leaves (elsewhere, of course), and the revisiting of your fall fashion favorites all conspire to create a certain nostalgia. What I love most about fall, of course, are the flavors. Chef Christopher Covelli has created an altar at which to worship the potential of root vegetables, slow-cooked and braised meats, and all those beautiful spices (looking at you, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg, rosemary and … ugh, pumpkin).

The dark mole Caesar salad with cacao-parmesan tuile was a lovely surprise. The mole, packed with 30 ingredients, was rich, yet subtle enough to simply complement the dish rather than steal the spotlight. We also tried the seasonal apple and capicola tartlet with a tarragon foam. It was so good, and the natural sweetness of the apples burst through so wonderfully and melded so easily with the flaky tart crust that I felt like I was doing something wrong and eating dessert before my meal.

Sage is synonymous with craft cocktails, and we took advantage. Into the Wild is a Bear Face Canadian whiskey drink with Angostura bitters, a cacao nib-infused sweet vermouth and hints of maple. There’s a bit of theater, too, as our server torched a cocktail smoker at the table to infuse it with a smack of campfire. Bar manager Clio Padilla-Flores has somehow made a cold cocktail feel like a warm toddy sipped in front of a smoldering fire.

Like the overture of a great musical, our appetizers and cocktails set the tone for the fall flavor explosion that continued.

My main course was a braised, triple bone-in bison short rib with sunchoke puree, Szechuan carrots and roasted mushrooms. The short ribs are topped with a demi glace of the braising liquid and they sit atop the sunchoke puree, which carried just a hint of nutmeg with it. In a bold dish like this, the carrots could get lost as an afterthought, but they held their own, thanks largely to the Szechuan peppercorn that pulls them forward.

When it comes to seasonal menus, diners want chefs like Covelli who take risks, who build a journey centered around a particular theme. In this case, it’s hearty, vegetal, and yet, because it’s Florida, there’s still a lightness to it.

It’s earthy and elegant. A comfy flannel shirt over a pair of breaker shorts and boat shoes. It’s so wonderfully Sage, and as my wife, Janet, so succinctly put it, “This meal made me happy.”

Sage, 1216 1st St, Sarasota, (941) 445-5660, sagesrq.com 

Pictured: The mole Caesar salad on the fall menu at Sage is a complex, earthy take on a classic. Photo by Kevin Allen.

[Cultural Event]  CreArte Latino Cultural Center Presents A Taste of Latin America

CreArte Latino Cultural Center presents “A Taste of Latin America,” a fundraising event that celebrates the food and culture of Latin America. The evening includes a dance performance by local artists and Latin American cuisine. A Taste of Latin America is October 13, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at CreArte Latino, 8251 15th Street East, Suite I, Sarasota. Tickets are $100 per person. Event sponsors include Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Mi Lic Hispano Abogados de Accidentes, and an anonymous donor. To purchase tickets, visit www.creartelatino.org. Food for “A Taste of Latin America” will be provided by The Colombian Point (Colombian); Huanchaco Peruvian Grill (Peruvian); La Guadalupana (Dominican Caribbean); Mirnas Cuban Cuisine (Cuban); and La Brisa Tacos y Mariscos (Mexican). Local dancers Yajahira and Sebastian Galindo will represent Jalisco, Mexico through traditional dance, song and costume. “CreArte’s mission is to be a channel for cultural exchange between Latinx/Hispanics and the community at large through the arts, education, and service,” says Carol Hartz, CreArte’s executive director. “Our hope is that by offering guests an authentic taste of Latin American culture, we will encourage them to explore more aspects of Latin American life. This will be a fun—and delicious—way to start the conversation!” What’s on the horizon for fledgling organization? “CreArte has experienced tremendous growth in a few short years,” says Hartz. “The Sarasota and Manatee communities have strongly supported us, confirming that our services and events are important to them. Our goal is to expand our offerings to reach more native English speakers in ways that do not require an understanding of Spanish. Dance, music, and theatrical productions in Spanish with English subtitles is one important way to make CreArte accessible to the larger community.” Hartz adds that another vital part of CreArte’s strategic plan is to collaborate with other regional arts and educational organizations. “We believe in the power of community,” says Hartz. “Partnering with other nonprofits strengthens our mission, gets the word out to an even broader audience, and ultimately allows for greater impact and advocacy.” She says that her team is currently working on several community outreach initiatives that involve collaboration. In the past year, CreArte’s initiatives have included theater productions presented in Spanish and English; the popular online Amigos Book Club; theater workshops for children and adults; and “Conversemos en Español,” an online class for English speakers. For more information about CreArte Latino Cultural Center, visit www.creartelatino.org or CreArte Latino on Facebook. 

[Grand Opening]  The Bay Park’s Free 10-Day Grand Opening Begins This Friday, October 14

The Bay Park will officially open on Friday, October 14, kicking off 10 Days at The Bay, a free ten-day grand opening. The entire community is invited to attend and experience the opening of Sarasota’s newest gathering place along Sarasota Bay. A signature public park designed to be “one park for all,” The Bay’s 10 Days at The Bay schedule of events will provide free, exciting, and diverse programming for the entire community to enjoy. The Grand Opening begins on Friday, October 14, and runs through Sunday, October 23. Highlights of the opening weekend include: A family-friendly Sunrise Fun Run & Walk (Saturday, October 15); A family fun day in the park called Have a Ball at The Bay (Saturday, October 15); A homecoming concert by We The Kings, a globally-renowned band originally from Bradenton (Saturday, October 15); The Taste of The Bay food festival in partnership with the Sarasota-Manatee Originals (Sunday, October 16); A bayside concert featuring The Long Run, America’s best Eagles tribute band (Sunday, October 16); A showcase of CoreSRQ’s best fitness classes (Saturday, October 15); Zumba, daily yoga, walking tours, Ride & Paddle kayak tours and rentals (daily). A full schedule of free events will continue through the following week including: daily yoga, fitness classes, and nature walks, live musical performances every evening around sunset, as well as Salsa dancing and Zumba. The second weekend includes a RADD Night of music, art and food; Boo! at The Bay Halloween festivities; a Multicultural Festival in partnership with UnidosNow, the City of Sarasota and University of South Florida; an Oktoberfest celebration; and wraps up with a waterfront concert featuring two-time grammy-nominated Etana and local favorite, Jah Movement. Throughout the ten days, a number of local performing arts organizations will make an appearance including Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe, Sarasota Orchestra, and the Sarasota Youth Opera. The park, which has been in development since 2019, includes more than 14 acres of revitalized greenspace, a larger-than-life Ibis playground, Common Ground lawns, a Fountain Garden, multiple walkways, an outdoor Reading Room, an ADA-accessible paddle launch, restored and preserved mangroves and shorelines, and spectacular sunset views. 10 Days at The Bay is sponsored by One Park Sarasota, Jody Beresford and Bob Mayer, Charles & Margery Barancik Foundation, the City of Sarasota, Community Foundation of Sarasota County, DreamLarge, Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Michael and Terri Klauber, AG Lafley, Cathy Layton and Pete Russell, UnidosNow, the Van Wezel Foundation, and generous Friends of The Bay. 

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[Hurricane Relief]  Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota And DeSoto Counties to Host Two Additional Food Pantry Sites with All Faith's Food Bank

Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota and DeSoto Counties and All Faiths Food Bank announce two additional Food Pantry distribution sites. Additional essentials (clothing, personal supplies, etc.) will also be distributed. The distributions will take place on Tuesday, October 11 at noon until supplies last (Arcadia) and Wednesday, October 12 at noon until supplies last (Venice) at Louis and Gloria Flanzer Club (Tuesday), 18 School Ave., Arcadia, FL 34266, Robert and Joan Lee Club (Wednesday), 920 Gulf Coast Boulevard, Venice, FL 34285. Contact Sofia Gilot, Louis and Gloria Flanzer Club Director (Arcadia): sgilot@bgcsdc.org; 863—884--9927, bgsdc.org; Michael Stevens, Robert and Joan Lee Club Director (Venice), mstevens@bgcsdc.org, 941-485-7050, bgcsdc.org for more information. 

[Discover Sarasota Tours]  HAUNTED HALLOWEEN TROLLEY TOURS START OCTOBER 14

Sarasota has many ghosts who are just dying to tell their stories! Hop aboard a Haunted Sarasota Trolley Tour to hear their spooky tales. Discover Sarasota Tours’ beloved Friday night tour returns for the Halloween season for 13 nights starting October 14 and running through October 31 at 8 PM.

Kaylene McCaw and Tamara Solum portray ghost hostesses and actors Daniel Pelissier and Ren Pearson take on three mystery roles, jumping aboard as spirits to tell their side of the story. Haunted Sarasota is written and directed by Michael Newton-Brown and produced by Discover Sarasota Tours. The 90-minute tour includes free beer/wine before boarding.

“I just love Halloween and seeing all the creative costumes,” said Tammy Hauser, DST founder and CEO. “We give prizes for best costume on each tour and it’s always a challenge choosing our winners!”

All tours depart from the Trolley Cottage Gift Shop, located at 1826 Fourth Street in historic Gillespie Park. The gift shop features charming souvenirs and Sarasota books, gifts, and memorabilia for all ages.

Discover Sarasota Tours is the ONLY local trolley tour company, offering the BEST daily entertaining and informative air-conditioned sightseeing tours and nighttime theatrical shows about the most interesting people, intriguing places, and amazing stories that have shaped Sarasota’s rich cultural past. In 2022, Discover Sarasota Tours was recognized by Tripadvisor with the 2022 Traveler’s Choice Award.

Tour tickets and information available online at DiscoverSarasotaTours.com or by calling 941-260-9818. 

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[Choral Event]  Choral Artists of Sarasota Presents Say A Little Prayer

Choral Artists of Sarasota’s 44th season, entitled “United in Song,” begins with “Say a Little Prayer,” Sunday, October 30, 5 p.m., at Church of the Redeemer, 222 S. Palm Avenue, Sarasota. The Choral Artists singers, conducted by Artistic Director Joseph Holt, raise their voices with such inspirational songs as “Amazing Grace,” “The Lord’s Prayer,” a setting of the “Kaddish,” the Jewish prayer for the dead along with Buddhist and Native American chants. Tickets are $35; students $5. A “Meet the Music” session with Holt is Thursday, October 20, 5:30-7 p.m., at Art to Walk On, 16 South Palm Avenue in downtown Sarasota. The event, free to all ticket holders for the concert, includes a wine and hors d'oeuvre reception and a presentation by Holt with musical guests highlighting the program. Note: Selby Gardens will be presenting a one-hour version of this performance on Wednesday, November 9, at Historic Spanish Point. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.ChoralArtistsSarasota.org or call 941-387-4900.  

Photo by Barbara Banks.

[Arts & Entertainment]  The Players Centre Continues its 93rd Season with Cult-Classic “Little Shop of Horrors”

The Players Centre is proud to open the second show of its 93rd Season, the audience favorite, “Little Shop of Horrors” with book and lyrics by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken, based on the film by Roger Corman and screenplay by Charles Griffith. Director/Choreographer/Costumer Brian Finnerty has assembled a cast of local favorites including Ariel Blue, Corey Woomert, Luke Manual McFatrich and a return to The Players stage for Casey Kelley playing Seymour. Unfortunately, due to Hurricane Ian, the run needed to be pushed back a week, now opening Oct. 12 and running through Oct. 16 at Studio 1130 in The Crossings at Siesta Key (3501 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34239.) The box office has contacted those that had tickets on canceled dates, please give us a call at 941.365.2494 if you have not yet gotten to transfer your tickets to a new date. We apologize for the inconvenience, but The Players is happy to still be able to still produce this funny, poignant and inclusive version of the musical. 

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[Remodel]  Kirkplan Kitchens Ranked #142 on the 2022 Qualified Remodeler TOP 500 list

Kirkplan Kitchens is honored to be named #142 on the Qualified Remodeler’s 44th annual Top 500 for 2022. Qualified Remodeler Magazine provides reliable and up-to-date remodeling products, design trends, and business ideas for the needs of remodelers, contractors, architects, and home improvement professionals. This esteemed distinction is based on the ranking of the nation’s largest firms based on their remodeling revenue as of 2022. The Sarasota location of Kirkplan Kitchens has transformed over 550 kitchens and bathrooms providing a personalized touch to every home. Kirkplan Kitchens offers high-quality remodeling services for any size project at an affordable price. We pride ourselves on bringing the finest cabinetry, countertops, and materials to your kitchen or bathroom remodeling project to help transform your outdated space into your dreams. Our experienced team will work within your specifications to find the perfect option for your lifestyle, budget and project timing. So schedule your consultation today by calling your nearest showroom or send us an inquiry online. 



[RocketKids]  Boosting Resilience
Wes Roberts

BOOSTING RESILIENCE | Thrivers: The Surprising Reasons Why Some Kids Struggle and Others Shine.

Learn more about best-selling author Dr. Michelle Borba’s new book through this link, on our social media, or in the October edition of SRQ Magazine! 

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[Cargo]  Bespoke Goods

BESPOKE GOODS | Usher in fall with lush accessories replete with soft hues and warm metals.

Fan over this fall’s favorites dthrough this link, on our social media, or in the October edition of SRQ Magazine! 

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[SOON]  FILM: Sarasota Film Society: Movies For Heroes , September 13 – December 13, Varied

Sarasota Film Society is proud to present "Movies For Heroes", a year long Salute to our Military. Active, Non-Active, Retired Personnel & their family are welcomed to join us once a month at 11am at Burns Court & Lakewood Ranch Cinemas starting in January of 2022 for a year of free movie screenings. 10% of the concession sales from these screenings will go to Wounded Warrior Project. Space is limited, reserve your tickets today. Location Burns Court Cinemas 506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236.

506 Burns Court Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  THEATER: CreArte Latino Cultural Center: MADENUSA , September 16 – October 15, Varied

CreArte Latino Cultural Center Presents MADENUSA A Play by Claudia Soroka September 16-17, at 8 p.m., September 18 at 5 p.m., and October 14 and 15 at 8 p.m. MADENUSA is an amusing and fresh take on the immigrant experience that delves into the intricacies of adjusting to a different culture. The comedy is directed by Carolina Franco, president and artistic director of CreArte Latino Cultural Center. The play will be performed in Spanish with subtitles in English. The playwright will attend the show on September 17 with a bilingual Q & A after the performance. Tickets are $20. To purchase tickets, visit www.creartelatino.org. CreArte Latino Cultural Center is at 8251 15th Street East, Airport Mall Plaza, Suite 1, Sarasota. The show is sponsored, in part, by a $3,000 grant from Bradenton Area Arts & Culture.

CreArte Latino Cultural Center, 8251 15th Street East, Airport Mall Plaza, Suite 1, Sarasota.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Geckos Grill and Pubs Trivia , July 1 – June 1, 7:30 pm

Geckos Grill & Pub’s Award-winning Trivia-Think While You Drink! If you love Trivia, join the fun at Geckos all year round. All Trivia starts at 7:30pm. We will have prizes, giveaways and specials plus the Geckos made-to-order fare, signature cocktails and hospitality you love. Monday trivia will be held at the Clark Road location in Palmer Crossing and on Tuesdays at the SR 64 location in Braden River Plaza. The SR 64 location will be taking a break from Trivia in October, but will start back up in April. On Wednesdays, trivia will take place at the Hillview Street location in Southside Village. www.GeckosGrill.com.

[SOON]  THEATER: Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe: Guys and Dolls , October 5 – November 20, Varied

A Tony Award winner for Best Musical, Guys and Dolls tells the story of New York City gambler Nathan Detroit, who dreams of setting up a big dice game while avoiding the authorities—and marriage to his longtime fiancée. Meanwhile, fellow gambler Sky Masterson ends up wooing a strait-laced missionary in a scheme to fund the game. WBTT will add its own special twist to this crowd-pleasing show! Performances run October 5th-November 20th, 2022. For more information visit westcoastblacktheatre.org, Ph. 941-366-1505, Box Office questions email boxoffice@westcoastblacktheatre.org

The Donelly Theatre , 1012 N. Orange Ave Sarasota, FL 34236

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Contemporary Dance: Voices - Rising Choreographers , October 13 – October 16, Varied

Voices - Rising Choreographers. October 13th-16th 2022. Opening Sarasota Contemporary Dance’s 17th Season is Voices – Rising Choreographers, this program presents rising voices who were selected by adjudication from SCD's Summer Intensive Programs, chosen by Artistic Director Leymis Bolaños Wilmott. This years range of work presented reinforces SCD spirit of nurturing artists in various stages of their career. From emerging to mid-career, these contemporary voices matter, and we aim to provide a performance platform that EMPOWERS these choreographers. Performance Location: Jane B. Cook Theater 5555 N Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34243 Contact: info@sarasotacontemporarydance.org - 941.260.8485 - www.sarasotacontemporarydance.org

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Stuff The Bus Food Drive , October 23, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

The annual Stuff The Bus event, which was started in 2009, was created through the kind hearts of the School District of Manatee County Transportation Staff. They wanted to give back to the community and knew of “Stuff the Bus” events in other cities and suggested placing one school bus in front of one Publix store in Manatee County. The leadership of Publix thought it was a great idea and requested a bus at every Publix store in Manatee County. Since 2009, nearly 1.1 million pounds of food has been donated through the Stuff The Bus food drive. Since the first Stuff the Bus event thirteen years ago, this event has evolved to include many Community Partners, including: United Way Suncoast, Publix, Herald-Tribune, the School District of Manatee County, and of course, the Transportation Staff of the School District. We are thrilled to have Mosaic as our presenting sponsor this year. All proceeds and donated food will benefit The Food Bank of Manatee, a PLUS program of Meals on Wheels PLUS. Please stop by your local Publix in Manatee County to support this event. Goal: Raise 150,000 pounds of food to feed Manatee County residents! All Manatee County Publix Locations. 

Meals on Wheels PLUS

[SOON]  FILM: Sarasota Film Society: The Rocky Horror Picture Show , October 28, 10:00pm

Lakewood Ranch Cinemas will be screening "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" on October 28th. The Evening kicks off at 10:00pm with A Costume Contest with the Winner receiving a $50 Gift Card to Sarasota Film Society.  Come Dressed in your Ghoulish Best. The Screening of the film starts at 10:30pm.  Enjoy the film with BOGO Beer & Wine Specials. Tickets for this event are $30 each which inclues Ticket to the Film, Popcorn, Soft Drink & Choice of Candy. Tickets must be purchased in advanced online.  Last Day for sales will be October 25th at 5pm. For more info Ph. (941) 955-3456, filmsociety.org.

Lakewood Ranch Cinemas , 10715 Rodeo Drive #8 Sarasota, FL 34202

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Friendsgiving - Dessert and Wine Auction , November 5, 6:30pm-9:30pm

Save the date for Friendsgiving, a Dessert and Wine Auction to benefit local shelter animals on November 5th from 6:30 to 9:30 at the Elks Lodge #1511, 2511 75th St. West Bradenton. Delectable desserts made by professional bakeries and gift baskets will be available by live and silent auction. There will be a wine raffle, lite bites and a cash bar. Free to attend. Proceeds benefit: Grace and Friends Medical Fund, Heal My Heart treating heartworm positive dogs, Slumber Fund for dog beds, Traveling Paws transporting dogs to northern forever homes, Enrichment and Food for Ferals. 

Elks Lodge

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: The Siesta Key Crystal Classic , November 11 – November 14

The free Siesta Key Breeze Trolley runs daily from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm to and from Siesta Key Village and Turtle Beach. A mobile app is available to track the trolley in real time. New transportation on and off Siesta Key is now available via Sarasota County’s OnDemand Service. Customers can request a ride via a mobile app, which is available in app stores for iPhone and Android devices, online at scgov.net/OnDemand, or by calling 941-300-1553. OnDemand uses accessible minivans and operates similarly to today’s popular ridesharing services like Uber and Lift. The OnDemand vehicle will pick up customers and take them to their destinations within the same zone.

Siesta Key Beach

[SOON]  DANCE: Sarasota Ballet: Program 1 - Premieres , October 21 – October 23

The Sarasota Ballet is excited to announce the Company’s 2022 – 2023 Season. Over seven programs, The Sarasota Ballet will perform 15 works by some of the most celebrated and prestigious choreographers and composers of the ballet world. Program 1 - Premieres. October 21-23, 2022 at the FSU Center for Performing Arts. Featuring: World Premiere - Choreography by Ricardo Graziano, Music to be announced. World Premiere - Choreography by Gemma Bond, Music to be announced. World Premiere - Choreography by Richard House, Music to be announced. For more information visit www.sarasotaballet.org, Ph. 941.359.0099

The Sarasota Ballet , FSU Center for the Performing Arts 5555 North Tamiami Trail Sarasota, FL 34243

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Asolo Repertory Theatre: Cabaret , November 16 – December 31, Varied

Willkommen to Kander and Ebb’s iconic CABARET, which transports us to 1939 Berlin and the dynamic and pleasure-filled Kit Kat Klub. As a dark shadow falls over the city and the power of the Third Reich begins to mount, the Klub’s performers and patrons must decide if they’ll wake up to the evil on their doorsteps or continue to escape to the alluring fantasy world of the cabaret. Since its debut in 1967, this classic musical has won countless awards, including the Tony Awards® for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Revival of a Musical. Packed with vibrant and beloved songs like “Willkommen,” “Maybe This Time,” “Money,” “Don’t Tell Mama,” and, of course, “Cabaret,” this timely masterwork will burst to life on stage under the direction of Broadway and Asolo Rep favorite Josh Rhodes. 

Asolo Repertory Theatre

[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Manatee Performing Art Center: Pets! , November 2 – November 20, Varied

Pets! November 2 – 20, 2022. This critically-acclaimed musical revue consists of 22 musical scenes dealing with the very special relationship between people and their pets. It’s clever, user-friendly and suits audiences of all ages. Cats, dogs, mice, turtles, iguanas, parakeets and other species are having the times of their lives. The scenes range from a dog hungrily eyeing his owner’s bagel in “There’s a Bagel on the Piano'' to the hilarious, harried Rumanian dog walker in “I Walk Ze Dogs.” For more information visit www.manateeperformingartscenter.com, Ticket Office 941-748-5875

Manatee Performing Arts Center , 502 Third Avenue West Bradenton, FL 34205

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