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Station Bistro Hosting Annual Crawfish Boil/BBQ on May 22nd

The Station Bistro, 1300 Hares Hill Rd, Kimberton, will be hosting their annual Crawfish Boil on Sunday, May 22nd.
The Bayou and the BBQ
Sunday, May 22nd 12–7pm (Sorry, no breakfast)

Authentic Crawfish Boil & Jambalaya
(Crawfish flown in Live from New Orleans)
(all you can eat!) incl. Coleslaw & a Bev.
($20 reservation deposit)

OR a BBQ Baby-Back Rib Dinner
incl. French Fries, Coleslaw & a bev. (1-full rack only)

Beer Tastings by Sly Fox
Just a taste – Still BYO for the event

PLEASE RSVP by Wed 5/18
Which Meal / How much Crawfish can you eat? or 610-933-1147


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