Spunky Monkey celebrates 20th anniversary with a bash on Sunday

  • Thursday, August 10, 2017 11:17am
  • Business

Donel Brinkman. COURTESY PHOTO

The Spunky Monkey’s 20th anniversary Beer Garden Beach Party celebration is Sunday, Aug. 13, from 2 to 8 p.m.

The restaurant, 124 Second St. SE, Auburn, will stay open beyond its normal hours to host a barbecue, beer garden and live music.

Owner Donel Brinkman is looking very forward to thank her loyal patrons in the Auburn community.

The party features a pig roast with Beach Party Plate Special (roasted pig, roasted corn on the cob and side salad) and buckets of four beers for $10. The first 50 people receive a free Spunky Monkey T-shirt. There also will be random T-shirt giveaways throughout the event.

DJ Vinny Mac, Jesse Lang, Jobe Himself and DM DJ Noelle Reifel will have live performances.

For more information, visit spunkymonkeybarandgrill.com.

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