Sunday, April 7, 2013

Turn wine into water for a great cause this Wednesday at William Hallet

This Wednesday, you can help turn wine into water. Wine to Water is a non-profit organization committed to bringing clean, sustainable drinking water to thousands of people around the world. During the week of April 8 to the 14th, they will be sponsoring an event called, “Just one Shift,” where bartenders can choose a shift to donate their entire tips from the evening toward the organization, which promises to use 100% of the funds raised to bringing clean water to those who need it most.

Chris Crouch will be donating his tips this Wednesday.
You can help out by stopping by William Hallet (36-10 30th Ave) between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. this Wednesday night, April 10th, as bartender Chris Crouch has committed to donate his tips from the shift toward the cause. “Even if you can’t have a drink, feel free to stop by and contribute,” encourages Crouch, whom patrons might also recognize from Vesta Trattoria, where he works on the weekends. Crouch is the only Astoria bartender registered to contribute to the event (a list of registered bars around the country is available on the website).

The turducken meatloaf sandwich at William Hallet
William Hallet offers a broad selection of wine, beer, specialty cocktails like the guava (vodka) lemonade, and even a selection of ten varieties of absinthe. You can also order dinner at the bar, which features a late night menu that includes their famous turducken meatloaf sandwich (turkey, duck, and chicken) on an onion roll with bourbon ketchup and bacon.

William Hallet | 36-10 30th Ave, Astoria | (718) 269-3443 |

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