Clay Oven Indian Restaurant Has Something Brewing…Pub Night
Something’s brewing at the critically acclaimed Clay Oven in Irvine – Pub Night. The Indian restaurant, owned and operated by Chef/Columnist Geeta Bansal, will serve up a tasting of new, limited release local and international beers along with contemporary Indian dishes on Monday, April 7 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Among the featured breweries: Cismontane, Allagash, Lost Coast Brewery, North Coast Brewing Company, Manzanita Brewing Company and Belgian ales provided by Global Beers.
Paired with these beers will be a number of small bites including tandoor roasted bone marrow, braised goat, mussels steamed in beer, spicy lamb stuffed naan, duck samosas and other contemporary Indian delicacies.
“We’re delighted to host our first Pub Night and look forward to welcoming fans of craft beers and Indian cuisine,” said Bansal.
Beers will be priced from $3-$6 and small bites from $4-$8. Space is limited so call early to reserve a spot.
Bansal’s food reflects her mastery of classic Indian cuisine with a modern spin. Clay Oven is located at 15435 Jeffrey Road, Irvine, CA 92618. Visit www.clayovenirvine.com. Call (949)-552-2851 for more information.
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