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Towne Crier Re-opens in Beacon
The new Towne Crier Cafe in Beacon.

While the grand re-opening of the Towne Crier Cafe in Beacon doesn't happen until next weekend—The Slambovians on Friday, October 4 (already sold out!) and Battlefield Band on Saturday, October 5—the cafe is using this week for a soft opening to get the kinks out with some free shows. Tonight, TriBeCaStan, one of contemporary music's most musically diverse bands, goes on at 7:30pm. See the rest of the event sked ref="">here.

The kitchen is open seven nights a week, featuring dishes made from farm-fresh, locally sourced ingredients by new executive chef, James Kane. Some examples: arugula and watermelon salad; rigatoni with broccoli rabe and sausage; Middle Eastern salad with tomatoes, cuccumber, red onion, pine nuts, and parsley. And don't forget Mary Ciganer's legendary desserts.

Brian K. Mahoney

Brian is the editorial director for the Chronogram Media family of publications. He lives in Kingston with his partner Lee Anne and the rapscallion mutt Clancy.
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