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Clasico Chophouse and Taproom celebrating one-year anniversary

It’s time for a celebration. One of Tampa Bay’s most exciting dining establishments, Clasico Chophouse and Taproom, invites the community to its one-year anniversary party on Wednesday, Dec. 6 starting at 5 p.m. at its Brandon Town Center location at 775 Brandon Town Center Drive.

Known for its freshly prepared pasta, sauces, pizza dough and dressings, Clasico also takes great pride in its delectable smoked meats and BBQ offerings. Clasico has become a destination for an evening out with the family. The restaurant credits its success to a commitment to culinary excellence, an extensive selection of craft beers on its 40-tap beer wall and a dedication to providing an unparalleled dining experience.

Guests at the anniversary event will have the opportunity to enjoy complimentary lite bites, as well as a complimentary signature drink crafted by Clasico’s expert mixologists, all while enjoying the restaurant’s popular games that include corn hole, shuffleboard and more. Guests will get the chance to meet and mingle with Executive Chef David Locke and owner Dick Rivera. While the event is open to the community, responses are requested at julia@prioritymarketing.com.

“We are thrilled to reach this milestone and express our deepest gratitude to our loyal guests and the community that has embraced us,” said Clasico Director of Operations Matt Goldstein. “Our success is a testament to the hard work of our dedicated team and the overwhelming support from our guests.”

Clasico Chophouse and Taproom is located at 775 Brandon Town Center Drive, Brandon. It is open Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 11 a.m. until the last customer leaves. Discounts for military personnel are available. For more information on Clasico Chophouse and Taproom, please visit ClasicoBrandon.com or call 813-444-5188.

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