A wedding is a lifetime event that so many people look forward to and treasure. It’s an event that people from all different cultures, backgrounds, and traditions partake in. One of the main purposes of having a wedding is to bring together families and friends to share in the happiness the couple is experiencing. It often creates a dynamic in which groups bond with one another in a way that they may celebrate again. It’s not surprise, then, that the decisions regarding venues are made after much thoughts and research. With all the reception halls in Canton, an eager couple has many options. Here are some of the things to look for when you find yourself planning the perfect reception.
A great reception venue will be one where the logistics are discussed early and clearly. There can be many numbers involved in a wedding, including: number of guests, number of entrees offered, number of tables, and more. It’s important to know early on if the venue has a flat rate for booking or if prices will increase the larger the group gets. No matter what your budget and needs are, you should look for a reception venue that will take the time to sit down with you and answer any possible questions you may have. This makes the entire process a hassle-free one where no surprises come up when the bill comes around. Continue Reading »
More people embrace the idea of bottles in the modern days due to the better quality and taste it brings. For example, in 1988 the bottled water in Tallahassee started being enhanced with a fluoride injection as an aid to good dental hygiene, and it had excellent results.
The bottled fill is produced under strictly monitored standards and it must pass several tests before being able to get on your table. The bottling process is also a very important one and it is done under strict regulations.
Such regulations were created by the International Bottled Water Association or IBWA and Environmental Protection Agency also known as EPA. These rules are applied to both the content and the containers it is bottled in.
The content comes from the aquifer and after several rinsing and filtering processes it gets to the treatment process which takes a while in order to make sure the quality is of top notch. It is than treated with a series of substances in order to make sure it’s potable and it would have absolutely no negative effect upon people.
The most current naming of what you drink is mineral water. That’s because you usually drink it bottled which is rich in natural minerals. Those natural minerals have been added to it in the bottling process or if the source is really of top quality it already has a rich mineral feature.
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The Must is a neighborhood wine bar and gastropub featuring more than 90 local and global wines by the glass. Over the years The Must has challenged the stereotype wine bar through an unpretentious and playful approach to wine, food and everything in between. Each of our guests, wine enthusiasts and novices alike, are encouraged to drink outside the box through our focused yet unconventional offerings.
Our expansive menus include small production wines and craft beers paired with decadent pop comfort food selections such as our cult classic The Fluffernutter, Chicken Pot Pie with Humboldt Fog Crème Freche a la mode, and General Tso Fu. The Must has established itself as a neighborhood gastropub by offering a warm, upscale casual environment with no pretense.
Depending on when you land at The Must you are likely to catch one of our weekly residencies such as Name that Tune Mondays with DJ Jesse, Friday & Saturday nights with DJ Lady Romeo, and Sunday Board Game Night. The Must also does special monthly events such as Dinner in the Dark, a guided, blindfolded wine & food-paired dinner, to name a few.
The new location of The Must allows for a renewed interpretation of our proven concept. The Must’s new home will be in the Pershing Square Building, only 1 1/2 blocks from the old Must. The space is larger than the previous location thus accommodating The Must to reach its full potential yet ensuring the same intimate setting. The new Must will have a large recessed patio where one can take in the beautiful downtown cityscape. The Must will be open for lunch, dinner, late night drinks and weekend brunch. Once again The Must intends to push the boundaries of the typical wine bar.
The Must will keep its tried and true vision of a progressive approach to hospitality, through experimental menu offerings and exceptional environmental design.