Newsy Newsletter

Welcome to July!
We can hardly believe that 2018 is halfway over but there’s still plenty of fun and events happening down here at The Main Street Pub. July happens to be National Hot Dog Month, and we are able to supply you with just that!

 

Our specials have been such a hit that we are continuing them into July so that everyone can continue to enjoy them! The Fresh Chicken Salad Sandwich seems to be everyone’s favorite; our homemade chicken salad topped with lettuce and tomato. Have it on a toasted croissant or ciabatta! We’re keeping The Salmon Avocado Salad for everyone looking at the lighter options; Arcadian lettuce topped with candied pecans, feta cheese, freshly sliced avocado, and blackened salmon. The Shrimp and Feta Salad is still here as well with crisp romaine lettuce topped with diced red onion and red pepper, sliced cucumber and avocado, feta cheese, and grilled shrimp! Also sticking around for this month is the delicious Avocado Burger and our refreshing Turkey, Bacon, Guacamole Wrap.

 

We will be teaming up with Clifton’s very own Bake & Brew to feature a special Chocolate Raspberry Brownie Sundae. Bake & Brew will be supplying The Main Street Pub with delicious chocolate raspberry brownies which will be warmed up then topped with vanilla ice cream, whipped cream, and a drizzle of raspberry sauce.

 

In true holiday spirit, we will be closed on the 4th of July! We love celebrating this holiday and we hope everyone else is able to safely enjoy it as well! If you really want to be festive, you can celebrate the 4th of July and National Hot Dog Month by grilling out some hot dogs for the holiday.

 

Speaking of holidays, July 8th is a special date for The Main Street Pub…it is our 10th anniversary! If you haven’t already done so, be sure to grab one of our limited addition anniversary shirts. We will also be running some food and drink specials from July 8th-14th, so be sure to stop by and check out the fun deals!

 

 

Calendar of Events

July 1: International Chicken Wing Day…we have some delicious chicken wings for you!

July 4: Independence Day! Even though we will be closed, the town of Clifton will still have the annual 4th of July Parade.

July 8: 10 year Anniversary for The Main Street Pub! Come help us celebrate and enjoy our anniversary specials on food and drinks!

July 13: National French Fries Day…our French fries are so delicious.

July 14: Shark Awareness Day…the goal of this day is to provide education and awareness on the importance of sharks for our ocean’s ecosystems.

July 21: National Junk Food Day…while some of us might celebrate this every day, use today to not be guilty about enjoying your favorite junk food!

July 24: National Tequila Day…while we encourage everyone to enjoy some tequila, please do so responsibly!

July 30: International Day of Friendship…come on down to The Main Street Pub and make some new friends while hanging out with old friends!

 

 

Music

 

Sunset Sessions on Wednesdays, 7-9 pm

            July 11: Dan Barry

            July 18: Sarah Swanner

 

Rockin’ the House Music, 9 pm-Midnight

            July 6: Mike Mallick

            July 7: California Bob

            July 13: Josh Schmidt

            July 14: Radio NV

            July 20: Nick Coons

            July 21: Sarah & Kevin

            July 27: Andrew O’Day

            July 28: Mike & Chris

 

Don’t forget to come down for Karaoke Night on July 25th!

 

 

Trivia

 

Since Shark Awareness Day is on July 14th, we decided to provide you all with some fun facts about sharks to help the cause! Currently, there are more than 440 known species of sharks and they have been around for about 400 million years. Of the 400+ species, about 75 of them are in danger of becoming extinct.

 

Sharks are generally well known for their strength and hunting abilities, but they typically have no interest in attacking humans. Most sharks prefer to take a bite of their “food” before actually eating it, which is why people typically survive if they are bitten by a shark because they were most likely mistaken for a seal or sea turtle. Sharks have the most powerful jaws due to the fact that both their upper and lower jaws are capable of moving.

 

While most animals tend to grow larger in the wild opposed to in captivity, sharks actually can grow up to 10 times their “normal” size when they are living in captivity. This is due to them not having to swim hundreds of thousands of miles in search of food, where a smaller size requires less energy for swimming to hunt.

 

For anyone that wants to continue learning and being more aware of shark education, Shark Week kicks off their 30th anniversary on July 22nd.

 

Ending

 

It is going to be an exciting month of celebrating our 10 year anniversary! We hope you are able to join us for all of our summer events happening down here at The Main Street Pub.

 

The McNamara Clan