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2019 Holiday Gift Certificate Discounts

If you're in charge of gifts for your office, volunteer group, or even just a few friends this holiday season, send us an email, and we can hook you up with a discount on gift certificate packages of $250 and up.

You can purchase any amount of certificates in any denomination, and we can even print and mail them over to you. 

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Masters of Social Gastronomy: The World’s Most Terrifying Food Stories on Monday, Oct 28

Each month, Masters of Social Gastronomy takes on a curious food topic and breaks down the history and science behind it. This month, we’ll embrace the Halloween spirit by exploring some of the world’s scariest foods. Get your tickets for this awesome evening at Caveat. 

Sarah will explore the fascinating connection between monster myths and culinary history, including a rye fungus that caused mass hallucinations--and many...

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Adoptable: Lily the Cat is Looking for a Home!

Lily is a 10-year old sweet lady who is looking for a new home as her owner is no longer able to care for her. Please consider adopting her if you're looking to add a new feline family member - older cats are truly lovely and low-key! Her foster reports that she's loves to cuddle and is always purring. We think she's incredibly cute to boot. 

If you'd like to meet Lily, please email us and we'll connect you with her foster! 

 

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Adopt Kirby!

Kirby is our latest rescue kitten, found a month or so back hanging in broken basement window in Sunset Park. He's a sweet, serious boy who is ready to find his forever home. We think Kirby would do well as a solo cat or with a friend. He's neutered, vaccinated and has tested negative for FIV/Felv. 

If you're interested in adopting Kirby, please email us at Cat Republic to meet him in his Sunset Park foster home. 

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Can you MILK it? The Science and History of PLANT MILKS on Sept 30

Each month, Masters of Social Gastronomy takes on a curious food topic and breaks down the history and science behind it. This month at Caveat, we’re guzzling PLANT MILKS.

If you survived the Great Oat Milk Shortage of ‘18, you are probably curious why we so thirsty for non-dairy milks. We’ll look at the surprisingly long history of almond and soy milk, sharing historical recipes and tracing their rise as the OG alternate...

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