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What a great mention from Westchester Magazine

Thanks again to everyone who came out and supported Autism Speaks and Community Based Services.

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Westchester Magazine – November 2014

 

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AUGIE’S IN THE NEWS – DAILY VOICE 9/20/14

Mohegan Lake’s Augie’s Prime Cut Raises $45,000 For Autism Speaks

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. — Augie’s Prime Cut hosted its fourth annual fundraiser for Autism Speaks which raised $45,000, at Captain Lawrence Brewery on On Monday, Sept. 15.

This was the first year proceeds also supported a local organization, Community Based Services, Inc. (CBS).

The sold-out event featured live music, brewery tours, a silent auction and more, and all funds for Autism Speaks and CBS.

Augie’s owners Audrey Hochroth and Sal Barone organize the event each year to recognize their daughter, Niki, who was diagnosed with autism at a young age.

“We changed the focus of this year’s fundraiser and the response was overwhelming,” said Audrey Hochroth, owner of Augie’s Prime Cut.

“Between holding the event at the brewery and focusing on two organizations, we were able to involve more members of the community and once again, rally together for an important cause. This event means a lot to me and all of us at Augie’s appreciate the continued support from our neighboring local businesses, loyal customers, family and friends. We are happy to do something good – and even have some fun while we’re at it.”

Captain Lawrence Brewery provided a vibrant venue for this year’s fundraiser.

Guests enjoyed live entertainment from The Thornwoods, a local rock band who donated their time to the event. There was an silent auction with gift certificates, hair and spa products, jewelry, sports memorabilia and much more.

A weber grill was raffled off, Fat Sal’s signature steak sauce was sold (proceeds go to Autism Speaks for the sauce all year long), and Fat Sal himself made an appearance – a life-size, plush cow schmoozed with guests to help sell sauce and represent Augie’s owners’ newest venture, Fat Sal’s – a bar and grill that opened up this month in Buchanan.

PRESS: “Pour it on” (Westchester Magazine, July 2014)

This just came off the press – Westchester Magazine featured our very own steak sauce in this month’s edition. Read below:
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Bloody Marys Make A Comeback

Bloody Marys are called the “meal in a glass” and the classic cocktail is making a big comeback. Mixologist Jason Buckley from Augie’s Prime Cut stopped by The Couch on CBS Morning to show us some innovative takes on the brunch favorite.
Click here to view the video on CBS or just watch below.

AUGIE’S TV SPOT – Have you seen it yet?


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FAT SAL’S STEAK SAUCE

Now available for purchase at Augie’s Prime Cut. Come pick up a bottle – proceeds go to Autism Speaks.

Watch out for Fat Sal’s Truck in your neighborhood.
Also coming soon to store near you!

IN THE NEWS

Westchester Magazine, June 2013
Chef Q&A: Wulfredo Boconsaca

We sat down with the chef of Augie’s Prime Cut Restaurant & Bar in Mohegan Lake to learn his culinary hero, favorite guilty pleasure, and strangest request from a diner.

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Drink of Choice…Coconut water.
Favorite Guilty Pleasure Food…Warm, soft Toll House cookies covered in Nutella and ice-cold milk.
Culinary Hero…Jose Garces because he is Ecuadorian-American like me and a successful chef. He is an Iron Chef and beat the master, Bobby Flay, in 2008.
If Not a Chef, I’d Be an…astronaut.
Favorite Kitchen Utensil…The band saw. At Augie’s, we cut all of our own meat; nothing is pre-cut. To read more click here.