November 12, 2018
Looks like chilly November weather all this week, perfect for warm comfort food like our Blue Plate Special this week, Chicken Pot Pies. We make the individual pies with big chunks of free-range chicken and fresh vegetables and top them with crisp buttery pastry.
And there are other reasons to come to Ten Depot this week.
Carter Freeman, an alternative country singer-songwriter from Boise, is playing on Tuesday at Ten Depot Street. Carter Freeman was born in the deep south and influenced by the local folk, bluegrass, jazz and swing of his roots. With his smoky voice, he evokes the sounds of the past with a fresh and modern twist.
Then Thursday, the Naughty Pine Band, a Reggae inspired trio with original compositions and lyrics, is playing. Based in the Tri-Cities, their music is about
love for your fellow man, life's struggles, and burning trees. They played for us before and are a really fun band.
This week is the first Grande Ronde Symphony performance of the season, Wednesday November 14, in the McKenzie Theater at EOU. This season they are starting the performances at 7:00, but there is still plenty of time for dinner at Ten Depot before. Our restaurant opens at 5:00 and the bar at 4:00. There are many items on the menu that are fast if you are in a hurry. Just ask your server.
Ten Depot Street has several seasonal drinks that we are featuring in the bar this month. Now that fresh pomegranates are available again, Pomegranate Martinis are back on the menu. And of course we have the old fashioned favorite, Hot Buttered Rum, made with our own homemade hot buttered rum batter.
Blue Plate Special
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie, Green Salad
(served Monday through Friday)