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Something extraordinary at Ordinary Coyote

By Karen Cohilas - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) – It's a food lover's dream come true.  One of Albany's coolest restaurants is re-opening, but for one night only.

The Ordinary Coyote, which has been shut down for years, is getting spruced up this week. The Lily Pad, a full service sexual assault center, is reopening the restaurant for a fundraiser called Farm to Fork.  Six Gourmet dishes, paired with wines and prepared by Chefs from Atlanta and Savannah will be served next Thursday night, July 15th.

All the dishes will be made from food produced here in Southwest Georgia, the same region the Lily Pad serves.  Board Member Kirk Rouse said, "We're using a lot of local product.  You know we're an agriculture area.  We've got a lot of food products going on, so we're kind of serving Farm to Table based on the movement and the country that is going on now."

Caitlyn Cooper said, "It's one night only in a great building, the Ordinary Coyote, so it will be a great night to come out and get some great food, great music and good friends."

All while helping out the Lily Pad, which now serves victims of physical and sexual abuse in 40 counties around Georgia.  Limited seating is available.  To buy tickets call 435-0074.

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