Co-Op Night at The Pickled Heron

Oh what a night! Our first fundraiser was a success thanks to the generosity of Daniella D'Ambrosio & Todd Braley owners and head chefs of The Pickled Heron, the new contemporary French bistro at 2218 Frankford Ave.

Oh what a night! Our first fundraiser was a success thanks to the generosity of Daniella D'Ambrosio & Todd Braley owners and head chefs of The Pickled Heron, the new contemporary French bistro at 2218 Frankford Ave.The food is FANTASTIC, and if you haven't already been you should. The food is incredible. Quite literally everything is made by hand, fresh every day. The bread, the butter, it's all fresh and it's all local. And it's in our neighborhood. Those are three things we can really get behind. And let's not forget local craft beer courtesy of St. Benjamin's Brewing. Fresh, local, and artfully brewed. Delicious.

This is the co-op's first foray into doing a public fundraising and we were all a little nervous about what the response would be. Well, no need to be nervous. It was sold out. Packed. And in hind sight, I suppose that's not so hard to imagine when you have fresh food and craft beer. Hindsight is 20/20.
Picture Time!

 

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Members and future members mingle and enjoy some St. Benjamin beer.

 

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Chefs/Owners Daniella D'Ambrosio & Todd Braley

  

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A gorgeous gourmet meal from the heart of Frankford Ave.

 

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The Community that eats together stays together.

 

 

The menu was incredible, the crowd was lively, and we signed up 10 new members. It's something we hope to repeat soon at other neighborhood favorites. 
Give us a shout and let us know about how you enjoyed the evening and where you think we should try for another event.
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