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  • #ParkwaySIN: Every Monday evening from 7-10pm is our service industry night. Bring proof of employment and receive $5 Jameson/Highlife pairings, $3 Strawberry Drafts, and free fried pickles.

  • #ParkwayYOGA: Enjoy all-levels yoga first Monday of every month from 6-7:15pm. Price: $5-10 sliding scale. Ages 13-100 welcome; bring your own yoga mat. Capacity: up to 45 people. Check our Facebook page for details on Mondays, as this event may shift depending on attendance.

  • #MMMPARKWAY: Monday Movie nights in May at Parkway
    Every Monday evening in May 2016, Parkway Bakery and Tavern will host FREE screenings of cult & classic movies picked by our community of customers and supporters. Each movie night event will feature a (limited time only) movie themed poor boy and drink special, plus opportunities to participate in trivia, win free photo booth pics, and more.

    A Parkway team member will share some film background starting at 7:30pm, which you won't want to miss. We will start each screening promptly at 7:45pm.

    The movie themed poor boy and drinks will only be available for purchase during the screening event, so make sure to show up before 7:30pm at each event to put in your order.

    MONDAY, MAY 2, 2016

    Parkway presents: “Destry Rides Again” For our first #MMMParkway Monday Movie Night in May screening, we're taking the 1939 western classic Destry Rides Again out of our movie vault for folks to enjoy.

    Come in costume! We're giving away free Photo Booth sessions to everyone wearing cowboy hats or shirts. Use #MMMParkway on social media to share the fun (but please turn off your cellphones during the screening).

    EVENING ONLY: We'll be serving a limited-time-only themed poor boy "The El Dorado" for dinner (hamburger steak, grilled onions, and roast beef gravy, served with a surprise side), along with our themed drinks special, "The John Wayne": Basil Hayden bourbon, Agave, splash of lemon juice, splash of soda, all garnished with Basil.

    Destry Rides Again is a 1939 western starring Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart, and directed by George Marshall. The supporting cast includes Mischa Auer, Charles Winninger, Brian Donlevy, Allen Jenkins, Irene Hervey, Billy Gilbert, Bill Cody, Jr., Lillian Yarbo, and Una Merkel.

    The small town of Bottleneck is under the control of Kent (Brian Donlevy), a power-hungry boss who gets control over the local cattle ranchers by winning a rigged game of cards. When the local sheriff questions the legitimacy of the game, Kent has him killed and names the town drunk, Dimsdale (Charles Winninger), as sheriff. What Kent doesn't know is that Dimsdale knows legendary lawman Tom Destry, who in turns sends his daring son Tom Destry Jr. (James Stewart) to Bottleneck to save the day.

    In 1996, Destry Rides Again was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".

    MONDAY, MAY 9, 2016

    Parkway presents: “Millers Crossing”
    For our second #MMMParkway Monday Movie Night in May screening, we're showing the classic thriller Miller’s Crossing. The screening is FREE and EVERYONE is welcome (we can accommodate up to 200 people).

    We'll be serving a limited-time-only themed poor boy “The Swamp Thing”, which is made of alligator sausage cheese steak, peppers, onions and olive salad dressing.

    Our themed drinks special will be the "Fatal Attraction": Hendricks gin, St. Germaine, simple syrup, lemon juice, and sage garnish.

    Miller's Crossing is a 1990 American neo-noir gangster film, with elements of black comedy, written, directed and produced by the Coen brothers, and starring Gabriel Byrne, Marcia Gay Harden, John Turturro, Jon Polito, J. E. Freeman, and Albert Finney. The plot concerns a power struggle between two rival gangs and how the protagonist, Tom Reagan (Byrne), plays both sides off against each other.
    In 2005, TIME chose Miller's Crossing as one of the 100 greatest films made since the inception of the periodical. TIME critic Richard Corliss called it a "noir with a touch so light, the film seems to float on the breeze like the frisbee of a fedora sailing through the forest."

    MONDAY, MAY 16, 2016

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    MONDAY, MAY 23, 2016

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    MONDAY, MAY 30, 2016

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