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3 nights of dinner, dancing at 151 Union Square this weekend

151 Union Square in Grass Valley, is having a “Dine and Dance Valentine’s Weekend Experience” Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
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A Grass Valley restaurant and pub has set three days of music and dining over the holiday weekend.

The venue, 151 Union Square, is having a “Dine and Dance Valentine’s Weekend Experience” Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Music inlcudes:



SoLS Duo as Doug and Tim, 7 to 10 p.m. Friday,

Dale Head Band, 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday.




Dream and the Dreamer, 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

The four-course dinner is generally served about a half-hour before the music starts.

The local favorites who will appear over the three nights are:

SoLS plays a mix of music including carefully selected covers along with some originals. The band features lead singer Doug Sowell.

Dale Head will play a show called “Jazz Voices,” including songs from Chet Baker, Michael Franks, Al Jarreau, Miles Davis, Kenny Rankin, Louis Armstrong and more.

He will appear with a troupe of other performers including pianist and composer Dave Bass, Kit Bailey and Bob Ratcliff on woodwinds.

Dream and the Dreamer features Doug as lead vocalist and plays keyboards, rhythm guitar as well as bass (with his feet). Ray is a lead vocalist and plays lead & rhythm guitars as well as drums (with his feet).

Their harmonies intertwine with their acoustic and electric instrumentals to recreate favorite songs with a new energy.

Dinner includes the following:

Trio of appetizers (Bacon Wrapped Yams, Baby Snow Crab Cakes, Pecan and Feta Endive boats

Salad — Spinanch, pomegranate, Candied Walnuts and Honey Mustard

Entre — Beef Filet Mignon w/ Red wine reductions, Baby Potatoe w/ Garlic and Parsley, Roasted Veggies

Dessert — New York Style Cheesecake w/ Blue berry

$50 per person. Seating is limited; call for reservations 530-205-9513


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