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O’s Opening Day is Almost Here!
Reserve your spot on our Opening Day Party Bus! Tickets are only $35 each and include:
- Light Breakfast Buffet
- Draft Beer at The Chasseur
- 16oz Natty Boh’s on the bus
- Ride to and from Camden Yards
- Opening day souvignier t-shirt
- Final drop off at The Pig & Rooster Smokehouse for the Opening Day after party!
Reserve your spot today as seating is very limited and will sell out! *Must be 21+ to attend*
For questions please contact us at email@example.com
Still in need of plans for Opening Day?
You’ve got less than 7 days to decide so we will make it easy for you….
Join The Chasseur Party Bus!
Light Breakfast Buffet & Beers: 10am-11:30am
Beers and bus ride to & from Camden Yards
1 Chasseur Opening Day Baseball Tee
$40 per Person
This is the perfect package for those of you who’ve already got tickets and don’t want the hassle of worrying about transportation, as well as for those who don’t have their tickets but still want to get in on the opening day action!
Limited seating available. First come, first served. Tickets selling fast!
Call 410-327-6984 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat!
Ladies’ Champagne Brunch
Too much of anything is bad, but too much champagne is just right!
We think Mark Twain said it best but lets be honest, there are endless quotes out there to convince you that champagne and other bubbly elixirs are the nectar of life. We are putting that notion to the test on Saturday, February 8th as we host our first-ever Ladies’ Champagne Brunch! Join us as we sample a 6-course brunch tasting menu, each paired with a different selection of bubbly!
Sorry gents, this event is for Ladies only! So treat your Valentine, or another special lady in your life, to an early V-Day gift that she’ll enjoy with her gals. Think of it this way, gift her a ticket and it’s one less night locked away, listening to the latest gossip on Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus, while she hosts the next girls night at your place!
Tickets to this fizzy event are selling fast so grab yours up today! Still not convinced? Check out the menu below to see if it’s got what it takes to sway you. We’ve also got a little something extra in store for each of the ladies who attend so grab your besties and come brunch with us at The Chasseur!
Ready to purchase? Buy your tickets through our Eventbrite site here!
Join us today as we open early at 2pm with Happy Hour food and drink specials until the snow stops (which we’ve heard will last all night)!
Strap on those snow boots and don your finest winter hat and scarf and come warm up from the inside-out with your friends and neighbors at The Chasseur!
And if you’re too cold to walk, take advantage of everyone’s favorite DD, Uber! First time users receive $20 off your first ride with code HBD55 (that means you newbie Fells and Fed Hill Uber-ers can get your visit in for free)!
See you soon Snow Bunnies!
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But until then, a little Christmas Eve joy for your holiday pleasure….
‘Twas the night before Christmas,
when all through The Chasseur,
ALL the creatures were stirring,
especially Mike Z the Drink Master.
The beers were all tapped from the kegs with such care,
In hopes that all the neighbors soon would be there.
The music was bursting with holiday cheer,
While visions of Christmas Vacation on the flat screens were near;
The Neighbors in Ugly Sweaters, and Z in his Santa cap,
Had just settled on their pints Blue Mountain Lights Out Holiday Ale on tap,
When out on the sidewalk there arose such a clatter,
We sprang from our stools to see what was the matter.
Away to the windows we flew like a flash,
But nothing to see here just someone quite smashed.
The night was quite warm for the end of December
So we’ve only got visions of past snowy Eve’s we try to remember;
When what to our wondering eyes should appear
But a menu with food to go along with our beer,
With a bevy of items, so awesomely sick,
We knew in a moment we should order some quick!
More rapid than eagles the courses did came,
And Mike Z whistled and shouted and called them by name:
“Duck Fat Tots! Steak & Egg! A Charcuterie plate!”
“Here’s your Crab Mac & Cheese for your hot little date!”
“Meatloaf! Sour Beef & Dumplings! And my favorite of all…”
“Bacon Cheeseburger, Fried Chicken, and a juicy Filet Mignon!”
As beasts full of hunger who’ve been starved for some time,
We took to our food with a glint in our eye,
One bite, and then two, and from that moment we knew,
The Chasseur! We loved spending our Christmas Eve with you!
And then, in a twinkling, we heard with our ears
The clinking of glasses, “It’s time for a cheers.”
As we drew up our heads and were turning around,
Down in front of us came a hefty shot with a bound.
It was icy and cold, and it smelled minty and fresh,
“Thanks to you, all our neighbors! You all are the best!”
A bundle of giggles escaped from our mouths,
And we felt like a big family all gathered around.
Then we looked to our Bartender, or Z as we called him,
Oh what a swell guy and those drinks, he sure could pour ‘em!
His eyes, how they twinkled! His dimples, how merry!
His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry!
His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,
And the beard on his chin was dyed white as the snow.
He had a broad face and a round little belly
That shook when he laughed, like a bowl full of jelly.
He was friendly and fun, a right jolly old elf,
And we laughed when we saw him, in spite of ourselves.
A wink in his eye and a twist of his head
Soon gave us know that he’d get us quite bent.
He spoke the good word, and went straight to his work,
And filled all our drinks and then offered dessert.
He soon gave the signal, it was getting to be that time,
We’d all have to go home but oh, we were flying!
We gathered our coats and Mike Z gave a whistle,
And away we all went like the down of a thistle.
But we heard him exclaim, ere he closed the doors tight,
“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”
Original Story by Clement C. Moore, Adaption by Natalie diFrancesco