Celebrate Opening Day with Beer, Baseball at Oakland Community College

The Farmington Hills campus' Culinary Studies Institute offers a dinner combining all-American cuisine and local microbrews.

Oakland Community College’s Culinary Studies Institute (CSI) promises a home run with its “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” evening of beer and baseball – a celebration of the Great American Pastimes’ opening day.

The April 4 dinner, at the college’s Orchard Ridge Campus in Farmington Hills, will feature an all-American cuisine paired with local microbrews. Signature cocktails, wines and specialty cocktails will be offered at a cash bar during the cocktail hour.

Dinner will consist of strolling All-American springtime cuisine, supplemented by a variety of beers designed to enhance the food prepared by the OCC Culinary Program’s Buffet and Banquets class.

“Take Me Out to the Ball Game” begins at 6 p.m. in the third floor dining room of the Orchard Ridge Campus’ J Building. The admission price has been lowered to $25 per person, and reservations are required. The deadline for purchasing tickets is Thursday, March 28.

To order tickets visit oaklandcc.edu/culinary. Click “Dine With Us” on the left side of the website and download the order form.

To learn more, call the culinary office, 248-522-3700.

Source: Oakland Community College press release


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