Set Saturday, 11/23, aside for some great times, awesome beer, and great food. On that date, all day long, Coalhouse Pizza in Stamford will be donating 10% of dine-in and take-out sales to Community Plates of Fairfield County. We were very excited to learn that Gerard Robertson, owner of Coalhouse, wanted to step up to the plate (pun intended) and help out this great organization that is rescuing food to help feed those who don’t have enough to eat on a daily basis.
Now, onto some of the reasons why you’ll need to come by Coalhouse Pizza on 11/23:
1) You’ll be helping out Community Plates to get into restaurants, stores, and markets to help rescue food that gets to soup kitchens and pantries!
2) Brunch will be served from 10 am until 3 pm, though you can also order from their regular menu. Brunch items include make-it-yourself pizzas that include two eggs in the middle, Irish breakfast, corned beef hash, and lots of other options. There will be bottomless mimosas (mimosai???) and lots of beer-infused cocktails to drink, too.
3) The beer is going to be pouring on 11/23…52 taps worth. Specifically, you can look forward to a focus on Two Roads Brewery of Stratford. Meghan Zachry of Two Roads will be on hand to talk about the brewery and their beers, too. Speaking of their beer, you can check out some of their classics like Road 2 Ruin Double IPA, No Limits Hefeweizen, Ol’ Factory Pils, Worker’s Comp Saison, their two newest brews Holiday Ale and Route of All Evil Black Ale, and even a special cask-conditioned version of one of their favorite brews. You can order Two Roads by the pint or even get a flight to try out a bunch at a time.
4) Coalhouse Pizza will still have their regular menu featuring killer pizza combos, sandwiches, entrees, and burgers, but there’s a brand new pizza in the works for Saturday. We have named it the Thanksgiving Plate pizza, in honor of the approaching holiday and as a winky face towards Community Plates. ;-)
6) We’ll be around during parts of the day, too, hanging out, enjoying some brews, and helping support Community Plates, Coalhouse, and Two Roads. Make sure to say hi.
7) There will be info for you available (we can talk to you about it too if you’d like) about how you can get involved with Community Plates. Whether you’re looking for info about how to become a food runner, a volunteer, or donate, Community Plates and Coalhouse has you covered.
So, we hope to see you there on 11/23 for this awesome collaboration between Coalhouse, Two Roads, Community Plates, and OmNomCT.
85 High Ridge Road
Phone: (203) 977-7700