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SRQ DAILY Jan 16, 2024

Tuesday Dining and Food Edition

Tuesday Dining and Food Edition

"We are constantly talking about and developing concepts, and the idea of doing Italian in a more traditional approach has excited us and has been loosely on the back burner for quite a while."

- David Valentino, Co-owner of Acqua Pazza Coastal Italian

[The Dish]  Acqua Pazza Brings Italy to Wellen Park
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

If you’re looking for a bit of Italian sunshine to brighten up the winter day, check out Acqua Pazza Coastal Italian, a new coastal-inspired Italian restaurant in Downtown Wellen Park. After traveling with his family across Italy, Co-owner David Valentino had been wanting to create an eatery that paid homage to the country.

“We are constantly talking about and developing concepts, and the idea of doing Italian in a more traditional approach has excited us and has been loosely on the back burner for quite a while,” Valentino says. “When we were approached by Wellen Park, for another opportunity to take over a restaurant space there, it didn’t take us long to understand that that was where we wanted to take it. Also, it’s something that this growing, exciting area didn’t have yet, unlike other areas.” He and his team, who own other businesses like Donatos and The Banyan House Restaurant, created an establishment that pulls from the rich culinary cultures of both Italians and Italian-Americans. Diners can sample the blend of these two traditions in dishes like the impressive veal chop parmigiana. “Our veal chop parmigiana is a show stopper. It’s a full 14 oz. veal chop on the bone. We take the bone off for the guest and pan fry the veal. It’s done with a San Marzano tomato and buffalo mozzarella topping in the traditional parmigiana style. It’s both the Italian and the Italian-American traditions combining,” he adds.

Other menu items draw from the heritage of Rome, a city that is just a 45-minute drive from the sea. “A lot of the coastal influences and fresh seafood are found in Roman cuisine above and beyond the four classic pasta dishes that we all associate with the area,” says Valentino. Still, his menu includes amatriciana, carbonara and cacio e pepe, three of those four pasta dishes. Other Roman delicacies that can be found at Acqua Pazza are fried artichokes, which are common throughout the city’s Jewish quarter. Also served in that part of Rome is salted cod, or baccala, one of the types of seafood in the fritto pesce, a fried seafood platter that’s ideal for sharing. For dessert, patrons can sample the pistachio tiramisu, which comes in a mug and presents another popular Italian ingredient in an inventive manner. Whether guests sample pasta or seafood, they will have enjoyed a bit of Italy’s culinary delights at Acqua Pazza.

Acqua Pazza Coastal Italian, 19750 Wellen Park Blvd., Unit #D, Venice, 941-244-5147, acquapazzaitalian.com. 

Pictured: A plate of fresh pasta made in-house at Acqua Pazza. Photo Courtesy of Acqua Pazza.

Acqua Pazza Coastal Italian

[The Dish]  First Watch Welcomes New Year with Bright and Bold Seasonal Menu

 First Watch is inviting guests on a culinary tour through its first seasonal menu of 2024, with limited-time items inspired by regional foodie hot spots like Brooklyn, New York and Mexico City. The “Jump Start” menu is available nationwide* – at more than 500 restaurants in 29 states – through March 17, 2024, to give breakfast, brunch and lunch the fresh start it deserves. “At First Watch, we believe a year has five seasons – which is why our new seasonal menu is nicknamed ‘Jump Start,’” said Shane Schaibly, Head Chef at First Watch. “This season’s dishes embrace the momentum of the new year while also appealing to those seeking comfort fare during colder months. We’ve traditionally lightened our winter offerings heading into spring, but this time, we’re leaning into the indulgence of savory meats and layers of flavor. Our new Brooklyn Breakfast Sandwich embodies this sentiment with the look of an everything bagel and flavors that’ll transport you to a New York deli counter.”  First Watch’s full seasonal menu includes: Brooklyn Breakfast Sandwich – Shaved pastrami, Gruyère cheese and house-roasted onions with an over-easy cage-free egg, house-pickled red onions, arugula, mayo and Dijon mustard on a griddled everything-seasoned brioche bun. Served with lemon-dressed organic mixed greens; Barbacoa Chilaquiles Breakfast Bowl – Seasoned, braised beef barbacoa tossed with Cheddar and Monterey Jack, salsa roja and crispy corn tortilla chips, then topped with fresh avocado, lime crema, Cotija cheese and scallions. Served with cheesy scrambled cage-free eggs and seasoned black beans with housemade pico de gallo; Blackberry Lemon Cream French Toast – Thick-cut, custard-dipped challah bread griddled and topped with lemon cream, fresh blackberries, mixed berry compote, crème anglaise and spiced gingerbread cookie crumbles. Lightly dusted with powdered cinnamon sugar; Holey Donuts – Cinnamon sugar-dusted cake donut holes with chocolate sauce and warm, mixed berry compote for dipping; Mango Passion Palmer Juice – Mango, passion fruit, organic ginger and green tea. First Watch’s Jump Start specialties are the newest in its revolving seasonal menu, which is guided by the restaurant’s “Follow the Sun” food ethos to source fresh ingredients, wherever and whenever they are in season. These seasonal menus change every ten weeks, five times a year, and have been recognized with national accolades for their innovative, trend-forward appeal and approach. First Watch is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. for pickup, delivery and dine-in service. For more information about First Watch and its seasonal menu offerings, or to find your nearest location, visit firstwatch.com. 

[Fundraising Event]  Jeep Show and Shine at Sarasota Hooters for a Good Cause

The Sarasota Hooters location is hosting a Jeep Show and Shine contest on Thursday, January 18 starting at 5pm.  During the Jeep Show and Shine, Sarasota Hooters will donate 20% of your sales from your tab when you mention the Local 7433 Friendraiser. In addition, Local 7433 will be awarding their favorite Jeeps with 1st, 2nd and 3rd place that night.  Hooters of Sarasota is located at 6507 S. Tamiami Trail in Sarasota. “We look forward to seeing everyone for Jeep Night and helping raise funds for a good local cause.  We offer the Friendraiser program as an easy way to help local charities and organizations raise additional funds,” said LTP Management Director of Marketing Kristi Quarles.  “Our Jeep events have become a favorite thing to do for the Sarasota community.  It is an opportunity to check out all of the unique Jeeps,” said Hooters of Sarasota Managing Partner John Irwin.  Local 7433 focus on making the maximum positive effort for our community. Our members and volunteers provide the momentum that helps us give back to those in need.  We provide support that will make a long-lasting difference for others. 

[Arts & Entertainment]  Chaz 51 Steakhouse and Creative Liberties Artist Studios Launch Creative Partnership

Longtime friends Chef Charles Amherst of Chaz 51 Steakhouse in Venice and Barbara Gerdeman, co-founder of Creative Liberties Artist Studios in Sarasota, have joined forces to create a series of interactive “live art dinner showcases.” The first of these events is set to take place in February, promising “an unforgettable experience for patrons seeking a blend of gastronomic delights and artistic inspiration,” says Amherst. To kick off the collaboration, a "Meet the Artist Showcase" is Wednesday, January 24, 6-8 p.m. According to Gerdeman, the event offers a “sneak peek into the magic that awaits during the upcoming live art dinner showcases.” Guests attending the event can anticipate an evening filled with tantalizing small bites, exceptional wine selections, and the opportunity to meet local artists. The event will also feature live painting, allowing attendees to witness the creation of captivating works of art in real-time. The event is free to the public at Chaz 51 Steakhouse, 549 US 41 Bypass N, Venice. Guests can RSVP via Eventbrite (https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-artist-live-showcase-tickets-786021460347?aff=oddtdtcreator) or by calling Chaz 51 at 941-484-6200. 

Pictured: Chef Charles Amherst of Chaz 51 Steakhouse and Barbara Gerdeman, co-founder of Creative Liberties Artist Studios.

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[The Dish]  Oysters Rock Hospitality Elevates Leadership Team with Well-Deserved Promotions

Oysters Rock Hospitality is thrilled to announce significant leadership changes within its Restaurant Operations team, reflecting the organization’s commitment to fostering talent and excellence. The organization proudly shares the promotions of Abby Elliott and Tim Bingham to the crucial roles of Regional Managers. These dynamic individuals have not only played pivotal roles in shaping the success of our restaurants, but have also become cherished members of the Oysters Rock Hospitality family. Abby Elliott, who initially joined the Landside location, has quickly risen through the ranks, demonstrating an extraordinary impact on both our team and guests. Under the guidance of Greg Guevara, Abby progressed from her starting position to become Assistant General Manager, showcasing outstanding leadership qualities, impeccable communication skills, and a results-driven mindset. Abby’s ability to inspire positive change has not only contributed to the success of Landside, but has also positioned her as a valuable asset capable of elevating our entire restaurant network. Tim Bingham, with an impressive 19-year journey at Oysters Rock Hospitality, exemplifies dedication, expertise, and strong leadership. Tim’s contributions have been instrumental in the growth of the brand, from opening the Bridge Street Pier restaurant to successfully managing the Ellenton location for several years and overseeing the launch of the UTC restaurant. His extensive experience across various roles has equipped him with a profound understanding of all operations. Tim has been a consistent source of innovation, playing a pivotal role in product development and collaborating with marketing to roll out engaging promotions. Each has been entrusted with overseeing the daily operations and financial management of a regional cluster of restaurants. Abby, taking charge of Cafe L’Europe, Landside, and UTC, brings a keen sense of effective communication and a commitment to excellence that re-emphasizes  high standards of service. Additionally, Abby will lead Beverage operations to deliver a consistent and exceptional experience for guests. Tim, responsible for Ellenton, Cortez, and the Pier Oyster Bars, draws on his extensive experience to enhance overall performance and guest satisfaction. Alongside his management duties, Tim will spearhead the optimization of Food operations across all Oysters Rock Hospitality establishments, contributing to an elevated culinary experience while honoring the heart and soul of our guests’ favorite dishes on the menu. Chief Executive Oyster of Oysters Rock Hospitality John Horne expressed his excitement about the new appointments, stating, “Our ultimate goal as a company is to deliver on our brand promise of ‘Five Star Fun’ for every guest, on every visit, at every restaurant. The depth of experience and passion for hospitality that Abby Elliott and Tim Bingham share makes them the right individuals to inspire that spirit in employees at all levels of our organization. I have every confidence that Abby and Tim will contribute in a significant way to the continued growth of Oysters Rock Hospitality.” 

[The Dish]  Mission Cafe and Coffee Receives Venice Spirit Award

Mission Café & Coffee on Venice Island is the newest recipient of a Venice Spirit Award. Randy Moore, the publisher of South County Healthy Living made the announcement today. The award recognizes an individual, couple, business, or nonprofit making a sustained and meaningful contribution to the health and vitality of the region. “Mission Café & Coffee contributes to the health of area residents and visitors by providing healthy food selections for breakfast and lunch every day,” Moore noted. “The café also distinguished itself with its recovery following Hurricane Ian.” Mission Café & Coffee is the seventh recipient of the Venice Spirit Award since 2019. Prior award winners include Restorative Medical Center, The Island Bookshop, Big Bam Bikes, Aspire Direct Primary Care, Venice Urban Forest, and Venice Island Gallery. Other community awards presented by South County Healthy Living and its sister publication Englewood Healthy Living includes the North Port Spirit Award, Englewood Spirit Award, Sarasota County Spirit Award, Wildlife Champion Award, Inspiring Artist Award, Venice Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Englewood Lee Reid Lifetime Achievement Award. 

[Event]  SCORE Luncheon Event In Newtown January 22

On January 22, at the Robert Taylor Community Center in Newtown located at 1845 John Rivers St, Sarasota, FL 34234, there will be a free lunch event to learn about the value and importance of having a business mentor. Entrepreneurs with a business idea, owners of existing small businesses or those with a future dream of how to start a business, will learn how having a seasoned business mentor can provide guidance. This event is another effort by SCORE Manasota to contribute to the economic development of entrepreneurs. Attendees will hear Mary Butler, a local business owner, Carlos Yancy, Sr., Business Development Specialist at BayFirst Financial, Vickie Oldham, President of the Sarasota African-American Cultural Coalition, Inc., and Renee Gilmore, Executive Producer at WWSB, speak to the value of entrepreneurship with the guidance of small business mentoring. They will also learn how SCORE Manasota volunteers who have experience in technology, marketing, accounting, real estate and start-ups can help guide you with free, personalized mentoring. For more information about starting or operating a small business, visit SCORE Manasota at https://www.score.org/manasota.   

[Forage]  Good Vibes. Good Eats.
Laura Paquette, laura.paquette@srqme.com

GOOD VIBES. GOOD EATS. | Daquiri Deck's new Corporate Chef and Director of Culinary Jeremy Thayer adds his twist to the eatery's fun flavors, January 2024. 

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[SOON]  FOOD: Forks and Corks Food and Wine Festival , January 25 – January 29, Various times
The 2024 Forks and Corks Food and Wine Festival, hosted by the Sarasota Manatee Originals, will take place January 25 to 29. Grand Tasting tickets go on sale in October. A full five day slate of food and wine themed fun is planned, including the University Master Classes, wine dinners at area restaurants, wine shop tasting events, a trade tasting and the much anticipated Grand Tasting at The Ringling Museum of Art. Due to the unprecedented demand for tickets, ticket sales for The Grand Tasting launch on two consecutive Tuesdays: On October 10 at 9 a.m. there is a presale of the VIP and Early Access tickets and on October 17 at 7 p.m. General Admission tickets will be available and historically have sold out in a matter of minutes. All Forks and Corks Grand Tasting tickets will be available online only. For more information, please visit www.eatlikealocal.com.
[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Coffee with a Scientist , December 12 – March 26, 10am

Join us for our Coffee With A Scientist series, a free public event held on Tuesdays in Boca Grande and hosted by Mote Marine Laboratory. Hear from Mote scientists on January 16, February 13 and March 26 as they share with you the latest in their groundbreaking research and their plans for the future with a Q and A session to follow. On Visit mote.org/pages/coffee to sign up and for more information.

[SOON]  FOOD: Late Night Happy Hour at Geckos on Hillview Street , November 29 – May 31, 10pm-Midnight
Join your friends, after-work buddies and the team at Geckos for our new Late Night Happy Hours. Every Friday and Saturday from 10 pm to Midnight, we will offer food, wine, cocktails and beer specials sure to prolong your weekend fun. Join us and ask your friendly barkeep or server about our Late Night Happy Hours. ONLY at Geckos on Hillview Street in Southside Village. GeckosGrill.com.
[SOON]  FOOD: Siesta Key Rum Distillery Tours , September 2 – September 30, Various times

Siesta Key Rum runs free year-round tours for guests to learn the story of the craft distillery, the awards they have won and the secret to how they make their rums taste so good. During our 30-45 minute tour we will discuss the following topics: history of Siesta Key Rum, an overview of the awards our small company has won, what makes our rums taste so good, the rum-making process from mashing and fermentation to distillation, barrel aging and bottling of our rums. After the tour, we welcome you to sample a freshly made Siesta Key Rum cocktail, stock up on your favorite rums and browse our gift shop. 2212 Industrial Blvd., Sarasota.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Lets Connect at Oscura in Old Manatee , August 31 – December 26, 8:30-10am

Connect with local business owners at every Thursday at Oscura. Lets Connect is a community of collaborative business professionals from the Manatee and Sarasota County areas. RSVP on Eventbrite to attend, admission is free.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Wild About Nature Festival , April 6, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Join us for a day of fun and outdoor adventure at the Wild About Nature Festival on Saturday, April 6, 2024 from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. Reconnect with the great outdoors and help foster a love of nature in the next generation as you spend a day in the sun on the beautiful shores of Little Sarasota Bay at Bay Preserve. Families of all ages are encouraged to take part in this fun-filled day of nature-based education and exploration. The wide variety of activities includes dip-netting, face painting, hula-hoop lessons, crafts, games, and more. There will be live music and food trucks making this a guaranteed good time. This is a FREE family festival open to all. Registration is not required. The event will take place at our Bay Preserve headquarters located at 400 Palmetto Ave. in Osprey. For more information, visit conservationfoundation.com.
[SOON]  GALA: Celebrate 75 Gala and Concert , February 15, 6pm
Celebrate 75 years of inspiring music all season long, and our Celebrate 75 special concert and gala experience will be the party to top them all. We invite you to support 75 more years, and beyond, of enriching lives through music by purchasing tickets to Celebrate 75. For access to the best seats and the full celebration, opt for a Gala ticket, which includes pre-concert cocktails and a gourmet dinner after the performance. Concert-only tickets are also available for purchase. The concert program, led by Creative Partner Peter Oundjian, captures all the euphoria of reaching this milestone in our history as Florida’s oldest continuously operating orchestra. After two stirring fanfares written by Aaron Copland and Joan Tower, legendary pianist Garrick Ohlsson joins Sarasota Orchestra for the monumental Piano Concerto No. 3 by Rachmaninoff. Paired with An American in Paris by Gershwin, a rhapsodic portrait of a stroll through the City of Lights, this one-night-only program promises to thrill. Gala begins at 6:00 pm, and concert begins at 7:00 pm. Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 N. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, sarasotaorchestra.org.
[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Under the Sea ALSO Youth Annual Prom , February 3, 6-10pm
The ALSO Youth Annual Prom is the most highly anticipated event for our LGBTQ youth each year. Youth from Sarasota County, Manatee County and beyond attend this unique celebration where they are free to come as they are, with whoever they wish, without fear of judgment or needing to mask who they are. We anticipate between 250-300 youth sending their RSVP to attend the ALSO Youth Prom on Saturday, February 3, 2024. Attendees will enjoy fun music, dancing, games, themed crafts, an awesome photo booth, and so much more. alsoyouth.org
[SOON]  PERFORMANCE: Sights and Sounds at Waterside Place , July 28 – May 31, 6 to 9 p.m.

Head out to Waterside Place for a rocking evening as part of the Lakewood Ranch Sights and Sounds Program. Enjoy a live concert in partnership with Easterseals and EveryoneRocks, featuring artists who are rocking their spectrum. This event is free and open to the public; there is limited seating at the Plaza, but attendees are welcome to bring their own seats. Food and beverages will be available from numerous Waterside Place merchants. For more information on shows, dates, and times, visit lakewoodranch.com/sights-sounds/. Waterside Place, 1560 Lakefront Dr., Sarasota.

[SOON]  BUSINESS: Collaborative Coworking Meetup at UTC , September 1 – December 27, 11am-4pm

Attention all business professionals, join us for a productive and inspiring coworking event at Panera Bread at the UTC Mall every Friday. Take advantage of this opportunity to network and collaborate with fellow professionals in a relaxed and comfortable environment. Limited spots available, so register now on Eventbrite. Panera Bread, 215 N. Cattlemen Road, Sarasota.

[SOON]  GRAB BAG: Bradenton Market Returns , October 7 – May 25, 9am-2pm

Realize Bradenton is happy to announce the return of the Bradenton Market to its weekly schedule. This beloved community gathering will be held Saturdays through May 25, 2024 from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm on Old Main Street in Bradenton. Founded in 1979, the Market has expanded to include more than 90 local vendors. In addition to the weekly shopping and music, the Market hosts special event days throughout the season. Halloween at the Market will be held on Saturday, October 28. This family-friendly event includes trick or treating with vendors, face painting with Manatee School for the Arts Academic Team from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, and a dance performance by Slick Motion Studios at 10:00 am. For more information, visit RealizeBradenton.com.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Clyde Butcher: Nature Through the Lens , November 11 – August 31, N/a

Clyde Butcher: Nature Through the Lens will be on view through August 31, 2024 at the Historic Spanish Point campus. Selby Gardens is excited to present the extraordinary imagery of photographer and conservationist Clyde Butcher throughout the grounds of the Historic Spanish Point campus. Large-scale prints on aluminum of Butcher’s beautiful photographs of plants, animals, and habitats of Florida will be exhibited amid the natural landscape of the 30-acre waterfront preserve, enabling the public to engage with the artist’s work like never before. In the tradition of earlier landscape photographers like Ansel Adams, Butcher captures the beauty and majesty of America’s natural treasures in dramatic black and white. The unique environments of Florida have been subjects of particular interest to Butcher since the 1980s, when he was first introduced to the magic and mystery of sites such as Big Cypress National Preserve and Everglades National Park. Nature Through the Lens will include Butcher’s photographs of regional locales such as Myakka River State Park and Casey Key. This exhibition is presented in partnership with the Clyde Butcher Gallery & Studio in Venice, Florida. For more information, visit selby.org.

[SOON]  GALLERY: Odyssey , January 11 – January 23, Various times
SPAACES is proud to present Odyssey, featuring works from the Ringling College of Art and Design Fine Arts graduating class of 2024. Odyssey features eight artists who explore the nuances of human connection through painting, fiber arts, and time-based media. Each artist delves into individual odysseys of their own experiences to create a harmonious group exhibition. A reception will be held on Thursday, January 11th 2024, 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm, SPAACES, 2051 Princeton St., Sarasota, https://spaaces.art/.
[SOON]  MUSIC: Jazz Thursdays , January 11 – June 13, 5:30 pm-8 pm

Join us for live jazz at Sarasota Art Museum, hosted by the Jazz Club of Sarasota, featuring Hot Club of SRQ, and extended hours in the galleries, Bistro, and SHOP. Sip on refreshing cocktails and enjoy small bites in the Bistro. Each second Thursday of the month features a different style of jazz, from straight-ahead to free jazz, bebop to swing-programmed in partnership with Jazz Club of Sarasota. Galleries are open until 7 pm on Jazz Thursdays. Learn more and purchase tickets at sarasotaartmuseum.org.

[SOON]  MUSEUM: Shinique Smith, Parade , January 4 – January 5, Various times

Enjoy the extraordinary opportunity to experience the work of contemporary artist Shinique Smith in conversation with the collection of European art at The Ringling. Unfolding across six galleries of the Museum of Art, the exhibition creates a series of unique stories that together form an abstract narrative of the parade as a metaphor for life. Well known for her monumental sculptures created from an array of materials, including luxurious textiles, personal clothing, dyed fabrics, ribbon, and wood, and for her abstract paintings of calligraphy and collage, Smiths work in this exhibition speaks to various facets of the European artistic tradition, such as classical drapery and religious iconography, while foregrounding notions of Black femininity and the history of the circus. Learn more at ringling.org.

[SOON]  SCIENCE AND NATURE: Rainforest Masks of Costa Rica , January 6 – January 21, Various times
Natural wonders of the tropical rainforest as depicted on the handcrafted masks of the Indigenous artists of Boruca, Costa Rica will be on view in the Museum of Botany and the Arts from January 6-21, 2024. The cultural practice of mask-making honors the heritage of the Borucan people and reflects the strong connection they maintain with their beautiful natural environment. This exhibition will highlight the history and tradition of Borucan mask-making, as well as celebrate the 20th anniversary of displaying masks at Selby Gardens. Since it was first launched in 2004, this popular annual event at Selby Gardens has brought the beauty of a unique art form to a wider audience, while also empowering the artists to earn income from mask sales that help support their village and their growing conservation efforts. Proceeds from mask sales support the Borucan village and also benefit Selby Gardens education, research, horticulture, and scientific work. Learn more and purchase tickets at selby.org.

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