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MUSIC, FOOD AND HALLOWEEN ON HIDEAWAY MENU

Oct. 24, 2001 – It's a weekend of live music, food and fun coming up at Hull Bay Hideaway, and come Wednesday night, which really truly is the holiday, there'll be a Halloween party.
On Friday from 6 to 9 p.m., Janet Reiter, also known as "Mighty Whitey's girlfriend," will play guitar and sing on the patio where Dan's pizza can be ordered up from 5 to 9. The new pizza menu choices include white or whole wheat crust and such toppings as Canadian bacon, broccoli, spinach and Roma tomatoes (along with the standard stuff).
Sunday brings an inside, but definitely open to the public, event — the official opening of the Hideaway's Restaurant. Chef Lee is overseeing a menu "featuring affordable family favorites and smokehouse barbecue" that includes crab cakes, chicken-fried steak, liver and onions, catch of the day and "brontosaurus steak," along with barbecued brisket, chicken and pork. There's a children's menu, too. And from 6 to 9 p.m., there'll be music by the Bareback Riders.
On Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m., it's Halloween party time, with games and candy for kids and announcement of the best-costume awards at p.m., in time to get the young 'uns home and to bed on a school night. Frenchman's Hill Band will provide the live music.
For more information — like about the horseshoe pitch, pool tables, darts, video games, and plants for sale — call 777-1898 or visit the Hideaway web site.

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Oct. 24, 2001 - It's a weekend of live music, food and fun coming up at Hull Bay Hideaway, and come Wednesday night, which really truly is the holiday, there'll be a Halloween party.
On Friday from 6 to 9 p.m., Janet Reiter, also known as "Mighty Whitey's girlfriend," will play guitar and sing on the patio where Dan's pizza can be ordered up from 5 to 9. The new pizza menu choices include white or whole wheat crust and such toppings as Canadian bacon, broccoli, spinach and Roma tomatoes (along with the standard stuff).
Sunday brings an inside, but definitely open to the public, event -- the official opening of the Hideaway's Restaurant. Chef Lee is overseeing a menu "featuring affordable family favorites and smokehouse barbecue" that includes crab cakes, chicken-fried steak, liver and onions, catch of the day and "brontosaurus steak," along with barbecued brisket, chicken and pork. There's a children's menu, too. And from 6 to 9 p.m., there'll be music by the Bareback Riders.
On Wednesday from 7 to 11 p.m., it's Halloween party time, with games and candy for kids and announcement of the best-costume awards at p.m., in time to get the young 'uns home and to bed on a school night. Frenchman's Hill Band will provide the live music.
For more information -- like about the horseshoe pitch, pool tables, darts, video games, and plants for sale -- call 777-1898 or visit the Hideaway web site.