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Brick Oven… No Pizza?

Hydraulic Hearth (HH) is once again hosting its collaborative “Brick Oven No Pizza” series throughout a three-month stretch. The series is curated by Buffalo Beer Goddesses – a group of gals that is dedicated to ensuring that the beers of the world don’t go by unnoticed and untasted. The series essentially sees the introduction of guest chefs, along with their signature meals (three-course dinner), which are then paired with appropriate beers. The event series is a ton of fun, and spotlights a truly collaborative essence that is constantly instilled at HH.

Hydraulic-Hearth-oven-Buffalo-NY“Brick Oven No Pizza is something fun and collaborative to do on an off night,” said Hydraulic Hearth operator Harry Zemsky. “The Buffalo Beer Goddesses have been the perfect partner to make this a unique and special event.”

Here’s the three Monday line-up:

Monday, February 29: Farm-to-table offering from chef Emily Pierce-Delaney and her new pop-up dining outfit Same Old Antics

Monday, March 28: Dyngus Day with the modern Polish fare of Kate Hey from Betty Crockski and BreadHive

Monday, April 25: The return of Lloyd Taco Trucks & Factory chef Teddy Bryant with “Nacho Mama’s Cinco de Mayo.”

Who: Hydraulic Hearth, Buffalo Beer Goddesses, guest chefs

What: Brick Oven No Pizza – signature 3-course meals with beer pairings

When: Mondays, February 29th/March 28th/April 25th, 2016, bar at 5:30/dinner at 6:30pm

Where: Hydraulic Hearth, 716 Swan St., Buffalo

Why: Fun collaboration challenging WNY chefs to use Hydraulic Hearth’s brick oven

The Hydraulic Hearth bar will open at 5:30, with dinner served at 6:30. Space is limited to approximately 45 seats – $65 tickets include tax and gratuity, and can be purchased via For more information on the host venue, visit


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