Tis the season to visit the Peerless Saloon and Grille on 10th Street in downtown Anniston. All month long, celebrate Octoberfest with specialty German brews and music and daily $3 cocktail specials. And, of course, authentic German cuisine prepared daily including schnitzel with sosse, schnitzel a la Holstein, Bratkartoffein-style home fries and Black Forest cherry torte.
This Sunday from 4-7 p.m., Fall Celebration at the Peerless will feature chili specials, wine tasting and a local artists exhibit with live music provided by Glen Williams Foggy Hollow Review.
Then on Oct. 26, the Peerless gets celebrates the spooky side of the season with a cocktail costume contest.
For more information, visit The Peerless Saloon & Grille on Facebook.
Get your Holmstead produce before it’s gone
The 2013 season at Holmstead Farm in Talladega is coming to an end — it’s not too late to place an order but supplies are limited so don’t wait too long.
Currently available for order are figs, colored butter beans, purple hull peas, squash and homemade grape jelly.
If you prefer growing produce in your own garden, the farm has Ouachita and Natchez blackberry vines in 3-gallon pots for sale, $12 each or 5 pots for $50. Chandler variety strawberry plants are also available. Get them in the ground now and to have fresh strawberries off the vine next year.
Call Bobby Ray Homes at 256-404-4316 to place an order. For more information visit online at www.holmesteadfarm.com.