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Roosters @ 15
Open in Ogden since 1995, Roosters Brewing Company is celebrating its 15th anniversary with special pricing, events and unique anniversary beers. Roosters’ owner Kym Buttschardt said, “Fifteen years is a reflective milestone. It has been an incredible experience to be a part of a blossoming and vibrant downtown. We are taking time to pause, look back and see where we started and where we are now. We have put a lot of Roosters love into this community and our 15-year campaign. We hope that friends of Roosters will take advantage of the smokin’ deals, special events and tokens of our appreciation.” Included in the anniversary celebration is a “Dine for 2 for $15” menu, a limited 15-year anniversary collectible pint glass for $5, microbrews for $2.50 and two anniversary brews: 15 Marzen and Flashback Gold. Additional anniversary events include the Ogden Marathon Pasta Party on May 14 and the Roosters Big Anniversary Bash on June 15. 801-627-6171, RoostersBrewingCo.com.

Franck’s Trimbach
Franck’s
in Holladay will host an evening with Anne Trimbach from Trimbach Winery in Ribeauvillé, France, on Monday, May 24 at 7 p.m. Executive chef Franck Peissel and chef Adam Vickers of Tuscany have designed a special four-course menu to complement the wine pairings. Since 1626, Maison Trimbach has been producing traditional Alsace wines recognized all over the world. Trimbach will speak about this world-famous winery and help to educate guests on specific wines. Featured pairings include a charcuterie trio with 2006 Trimbach Pinot Blanc, two-way halibut paired with 2007 Trimbach Riesling, choucroute and 2007 Trimbach Pinot Noir and 2001 Trimbach Gew├╝rztraminer with passionfruit French silk cheesecake. Reservations are highly recommended and are being accepted at 801-274-6264. The charge for the four-course meal is $35 and ├á la carte wine pairings are $45. The price does not include tax or gratuity. FrancksFood.com

Quote of the week: French cuisine is so delicious that it’s a tribute to Gallic willpower that Frenchmen ever leave the dinner table and attend to business. —Henry O’Dorman

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