More Local Sightings at Civic’s Concessions!

Cultivating a Local Craft Culture at Civic

2014 has marked an incredible year for new breweries, wineries and bakeries in Spokane, and 2015 looks to be just as amazing as dozens of new local businesses set their eyes on grand opening dates. Where’s the best place to sample some of the best craft items Spokane has to offer? Spokane Civic Theatre of course!

With the opening of The Servant of Two Masters on our Main Stage January 16th, and the opening of Orphans in our Firth J. Chew Studio Theatre January 30th, you’ll have the chance to sample new local beers, wine and baked goods from across our city and the surrounding areas! Here’s just a few of the options you’ll see during the months of January and February.

Breweries

No-Li Brewhouse
1003 East Trent Avenue

Mosh Pit Bottles 2No-Li is not a new face at our theatre, but their new Mosh Pit Tart Cherry Ale is making its first appearance during The Servant of Two Masters. This fruit beer with a No-Li twist has already been a hit during our preview performances.

Mosh Pit will be served along No-Li’s Born and Raised IPA, as well as four other Washington beers including selections from Iron Horse Brewery in Ellensburg, Backwoods Brewing in Carson, and Seattle breweries Elysian and Two Beers Brewing Co.

Winery

Barili Cellars
608 West 2nd Avenue

Barili Cellars not only make some incredible wines, but they have been some of the most amazing local Spokane business owners to partner with. The Servant of Two Masters will be featuring Barili’s “Cinque”, a red wine that celebrates their five-year anniversary serving our community with Spokane-made wines!

Bakeries

BATCH Bakeshop
2023 W. Dean

If you haven’t been inside the new BATCH Bakeshop near Kendall Yards, you’re missing out! Come try a few of their incredible salted chocolate chip cookies or vanilla bean scones while at the show, and then make the trip over to their bakery to see their wide selection of fresh baked goods. You won’t be disappointed! We love their perfect balance of sweetness without overpowering your taste buds, and the quality is just unmatched in the area.

White Box Café and Bakery
1215 N. Ruby Street

We are so excited to add White Box to our options for specialty desserts for The Servant of Two Masters. Following in the Italian theme of the show, you’ll find both Tiramisu and Chocolate Dipped Cannoli from this popular Spokane café and bakery. They’re almost too beautiful to eat! Even better, both of these options are gluten-free, though you’d never know.

Deer Park Farmer’s Market and Bakery
412 W Crawford

While we’re expanding our bakery partners, don’t you fear! The caramel-stuffed salted chocolate brownie bites are back, and are joined with new options like dark chocolate caramel blondies and coconut cream bars!

These tasty options (and more!) are available January 16th – February 8th, 2015, during the run of The Servant of Two Masters. This commedia dell’arte is full of fun, farce, comedy, and chaos – with tickets available now online or through our box office at 509-325-2507.

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