Thursday Night Get Together down town Ellensburg

Thursday Night Get Together down town Ellensburg
Report by Clay Graham

On March 24th, 2011 we carpooled from Selah, through Kittitas to the Iron Horse Brewery’s Micropub in Ellensburg for the Eastern Washington Off Road Thursday Night Get Together.

Foxracer and I went with the 509. It is very good.
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After two brews we were ready for dinner.

For dinner we walked across the street to Morelli’s Cafe Italiano.
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Great meatballs!
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We left Morelli’s Cafe Italiano stuffed. The food and service was great. I highly recommend eating at Morelli’s Cafe Italiano if you are in the Ellensburg Area.

Walking back across the street toward the Tav for a beer.
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Looking back across at Morelli’s Cafe Italiano. Cool outdoor dinning area.
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Passing the Iron Horse Brewery’s Micropub
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At The Tav we had a good time shooting the breeze.
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Another great Eastern Washington Off Road Thursday Night GT!

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