Ru’s Pierogi and Thin Man Brewery are teaming up with the Marcy Casino to present another Pints & Pierogi event. This will surely be the best P&P yet, with the recent exciting news that the top floor of the casino will transition into a full fledged restaurant.
For the third year in a row, the community is invited to attend this special event. Not only will Buffalo’s new favorite pierogi makers be on hand, the city’s favorite new brewery will also be present. After all, what goes best with these Eastern European dumplings? A nice cold locally brewed beer.
“Pierogi and beer are traditionally paired together, but when the beer is brewed by our own Thin Man Brewery, and the pierogi are handmade from Ru’s Pierogi, the event becomes a homegrown Buffalo celebration,” stated Jason Davidson, co-owner of soon-to-open The Terrace and owner of Magnolia Catering, the catering service that operates out of the Marcy Casino. “Add classic rock, punk, new wave & indie rock, played by DJ Dr. Wisz – who kept our summer Thursday Hoppy Hour jamming – and we’ve got a party to not be missed.”
This year, funds raised at the door will go towards Friends of the Night People – the organization that is dedicated to taking care of homeless folks by providing them with daily nutritious meals.
“The support from attendees at this year’s Pints & Pierogi will help FONP provide hot, nutritious, and delicious meals to individuals and families during the upcoming holiday season,” added Joseph S. Heary, Executive Director of Friends of The Night People. “Over the next two months we plan to serve over 10,000 meals, and we will be sure to include some pierogi on our menu too.”
Swoop Jones presents the third annual Pints & Pierogi event & fundraiser
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Marcy Casino in Delaware Park, 199 Lincoln Parkway, Buffalo, NY 14222
$5 at the door
Tickets can be purchased online at www.MarcyCasino.com or at the door. Canned goods, non-perishable items or clothing donations are also welcomed. The event will have a cash bar featuring beer & wine from Thin Man Brewery and food tickets will be available to purchase Ru’s Pierogi. DJ Dr. Wisz will be spinning vinyl records from the 70s and 80s. There is parking along Lincoln Parkway with additional parking available at the Albright Knox Art Gallery for a small fee.
The Friends of the Night People is a charitable organization that helps the poor, homeless and destitute in Buffalo, New York. The organization provides food, clothing, medical care, counseling and hope to those in need. Services are provided free of charge without a sliding income scale and they rely on the generosity of volunteers and contributors. They are located at 394 Hudson Street, Buffalo, New York 14201. For more information, call 716 884-5375 or go to: friendsofnightpeople.com.