The Specialty Gourmet Grocer Will Host the Butcher’s Bonanza, Hatch Chile Roasting, and its Anniversary Event During the Month of August
Bristol Farms Santa Barbara is celebrating its first anniversary with a series of weekend events designed to thank the community with special offerings throughout the month of August. The specialty gourmet grocer, known for its local and artisanal products, will host three food events, including celebrating its anniversary on August 21.
“We look forward to celebrating our first year in Santa Barbara in a way that will continue to keep our guests and community safe,” said Adam Caldecott, CEO of Bristol Farms. “Our mission to bring people together around good food and a shared passion for local, artisanal offerings has made Bristol Farms La Cumbre very special to us. The weekend events throughout August will highlight the best Bristol Farms has to offer with incredible discounted prices and some surprises. The support we’ve received from the community over the past year has been incredible and this is our way of saying thank you.”
Weekend events include:
- Butcher’s Bonanza, August 14 & 15: A showcase of the highest quality meat from Bristol Farms longstanding relationships with multi-generational ranches. Guests will save up to 40 percent on USDA Prime and Choice beef, select meats, and poultry. Butchers will be on hand to expertly cut, season, and package your primal cut purchases.
- BF Heart SB, August 21 from 10am-4pm: The anniversary celebration will feature special pricing throughout the store, plus the chance to win BF gift cards ranging from $50 to $1000.
- Hatch It While You Can, August 28 from 8am-2pm: Unlike other varieties, New Mexico Hatch Chiles are only available for six weeks each year during the months of August and September. Bristol Farms will host a live roasting for guests who purchase a case of these special chiles, and feature Hatch-inspired dishes throughout the store.
For store hours and more information, please visit www.bristolfarms.com/BFHeartSB.
Source: Bristol Farms