There’s always a lot going on in downtown New Port Richey! From new construction and project updates to business growth and development, check out some of our favorite news bytes from the last few weeks!
New vendors bring a new look to Chasco Fiesta Pow Wow
If you’ve been to the Chasco Fiesta in years past, it’s worth checking out this year’s revamped Pow Wow.
A 3-day event, the Pow Wow highlights Native American culture in a unique and engaging way. All new vendors have been brought on board, offering a diverse range of traditional crafts. Additionally, a Native American food vendor will be on site offering a taste of their cultural cuisine!
Entrance to the Pow Wow costs $5 for every person over the age of 12. A small entry fee is one way that the Chasco Committee has been able to plan and pull off an event in such a short time-span. Instead of focusing on securing sponsorships, they’ve been able to focus on coordinating an awesome community event!
It’s hurricane season at Cotee River Brewing!
Batten down the hatches! Cotee River Brewing is serving up frozen hurricanes from its Main Street storefront!
According to CRBC, “We have Raspberry Mango Margherita and a Hurricane on tap. Utilizing our new wine distilled spirits that taste like their full liquor counterparts gives us the opportunity to provide more choices when you visit us!”
Now you have even more choices at downtown’s first brewery! Grab one of the boozy slushies for only $5 (or $6 with an extra shot).
Charcuterie + a jar = Jarcuterie!
When Ordinance One added a bar bites menu last year we were elated. Now that they’re expanding their selection with ‘jarcuterie’ we can’t wait to try!
This trendy craft beer bar has always been quick to think outside of the box – whether its an event like their Mini Makers Market or offering sushi rolling classes to patrons! Come visit them Wednesday when they launch this awesome new app!
Downtown Hair Lounge hosts pop-up Coffeehouse Night
Come vibe out with the ladies of the Downtown Hair Lounge! Wednesday, March 24th from 8-10 PM is the very first Coffeehouse Night, and we’re double-pumped!
This month’s featured performer is Craig Fountain on keyboard, and the featured artist is downtown’s own Sketches on Main! Your $5 admission is split between the artists and the Veteran’s Alternative non-profit.
Bruce Brothers’ Beanery is on their coffee grind!
Guests were shocked when Lis’s Pieces shut down one of their front viewing rooms. The mystery, however, was short lived.
Bruce Brothers’ Beanery is coming to downtown New Port Richey, and is preparing to sell west coast style java from their Missouri Avenue storefront.
Rose’s Bistro has a new look!
Rose’s Bistro, housed in the iconic Pasco Building, is bringing an inspired new look to downtown!
Removing a layer of dry wall, the bistro has brought out a chill, rustic look with exposed brick. Additionally, they now have fresh brews on tap for just $2!