Posted in Blog, on 9 November 2017, by , 0 Comments

Family recipes are the heart of the fall season. Comfort foods bring families and friends together and make us feel at home in the midst of our busy holiday schedules. From baked good to savory dinners, check out some favorite recipes from familiar faces around the Center!



Jeanne Millsaps

Bud’s Seafood Grille

Bud’s parents relocated to California from Arkansas when he was 2 years old. His mother was a wonderful southern cook. As a wedding shower gift, she gave me two cast iron skillets, a must-have in southern cooking, and the only pan she used to make cornbread in. I loved her cornbread – it’s not sweet or cakey like most cornbread recipes because it doesn’t contain sugar or eggs. It is a simple, bread-like cornbread, and I not only make it go with a meal but it is the bread base I use for cornbread dressing, another favorite recipe of hers. She made many of her recipes without measuring, so it was hard for me to recreate them without watching her closely and guessing the measurements. I’ve been making this cornbread in my trusty, well-seasoned, cast iron skillet for almost 49 years now and it’s good, but I don’t think it will ever taste as good as hers!

Ruby Nell’s Cornbread

1 cup white cornmeal

1 cup flour

1 tbsp baking powder

½ tsp baking soda

½ tsp salt

1 ¼ cup buttermilk

2 tbsp canola oil


Wisk dry ingredients together. Add buttermilk and mix well. Consistency should be wet like cake batter. Don’t be afraid to add more buttermilk. Head 8-inch skillet on the stove with 2 tablespoons oil. Truth be told, the oil was often bacon grease and more than the 2 tablespoons listed. When skillet is hot, pour batter and put the skillet in a hot 400-degree oven for about 25 minutes until cornbread turns a beautiful brown. It should make eight nice size pieces of cornbread.



Todd Traut

Cell Phone Repair


I am an Ohio native and a big Ohio State Buckeye fan! My family and I love to enjoy this chocolate peanut butter treat around the holidays every year. It’s so simple to make and is always a crowd favorite!


Easy Buckeye Candy

10 oz. package Reese’s peanut butter chips

16 oz. can vanilla frosting (not whipped)

12 oz. package chocolate candy melts


Line cookie sheets with waxed paper. Melt peanut butter chips in medium saucepan over low heat, stirring constantly. Add frosting and stir until fully combined. Let stand until cool enough to handle and roll mixture into 1-inch balls and place on cookie sheets. Refrigerate for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, place candy melts in tall microwave-safe mug according to package directions. Coat each ball with candy – pierce ball with a wooden skewer, leaving the area around skewer uncoated. Place dipped ball back on waxed paper – pushing candy off the skewer. Smooth skewer hole with finger or back of a spoon. Makes 6 dozen candies.



Art Gallegos

Trader Joes


I have been at Trader Joe’s for three years so it’s safe to say I’ve tried just about every food in the store. I’d love to share with you my go to recipe from Trader Joe’s. Did you know, there is an extensive collection of easy recipes on the Trader Joe’s website? This recipe for Hot & Sweet Cheesy Jalapeno Dip is so easy to make and everyone who tries it loves it. And of course, everything needed to make it can be found in one stop at Trader Joe’s!


Hot & Sweet Cheesy Jalapeno Dip

6 oz. cream cheese

1/3 cup mayonnaise

½ cup sour cream

1 tsp garlic powder

¾ cup shredded cheddar cheese

¾ cup shredded mozzarella cheese

½ cup Trader Joe’s Hot & Sweet Jalapenos patted dry and chopped

½ tsp salt

1 tbsp butter, melted

½ cup breadcrumbs


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise and sour cream in a large bowl. Add garlic powder, shredded cheeses, jalapenos, and salt – stir to combine. Spread mixture into a glass baking dish and set aside. In a small bowl, mix melted butter and breadcrumbs. Sprinkle over dip mixture. Bake for 25 minutes or until breadcrumbs are golden brown and dip is bubbling. Let cool slightly and serve with Trader Joes Blue Corn Tortilla Chips, Pretzel.



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Posted in Blog, Upcoming Events, on 26 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

Pictured left to right, Wayne Richardson, CEO of Gospel Center Rescue Mission and Phil Johnson, President, Sims Grupe Management.


It requires a strong vision and determination to impact a seemingly intractable problem like homelessness.

On any given night, more than half a million people are without permanent homes in the United States.  And Stockton is not immune.  So how does a community combat a growing problem of homelessness?  There are simply not enough government resources available, so cities rely upon non-profit agencies to help.  In turn, organizations like the Gospel Center Rescue Mission (GCRM) largely depend on charitable donations from individuals and businesses to help fund their programs — and look for creative ways to broaden community awareness.

For over 75 years the GCRM has served the Stockton and surrounding communities by providing food, shelter, clothing, addiction treatment and medical care for the homeless.  And since its inception, the GRMC has remained true to its core belief that each and every homeless person is an individual — not a statistic.  When a person walks through the doors at the Gospel Center they might be seeking temporary shelter or a hot meal, but what they get is an opportunity to change their life.

When Wayne Richardson took over the CEO position in 2016, he envisioned new ways to strengthen community relationships and broaden awareness of the GCRM through partnerships with corporations.  And Lincoln Center was a logical choice — a locally owned and operated business with strong community ties.  The partnership with Lincoln Center offers a unique opportunity to help the homeless a bit differently than traditional philanthropy. As Richardson explains,  “Instead of just a check being written we are joining forces to help work on the homelessness problem together.  It enables a branding of a non-profit like ourselves with a community leader like Lincoln Center and becomes a winning situation for us both.”

President and CEO of Lincoln Center, Phil Johnson, is proud of the partnership and three-year commitment to partner with the agency.  “When we realized just how bad the homeless situation has gotten here, we wanted to make a commitment to help…and not just a one-time donation,” says Johnson.  “We have the resources and the passion to make a positive social impact, and the fact that we can actually sponsor individuals on their path to leading productive lives is powerful.”

Lincoln Center has pledged financial, promotional and hands-on support. Last month several volunteers from Lincoln Center rolled up their sleeves and painted at the Gospel Center as part of the “Love Stockton” day.  Another mutual benefit of the partnering, Richardson says, is that the branding includes all Lincoln Center merchants.  They can feel good about making a difference in the community, and their customers can embrace all of the various promotional activities to support a cause that affects all of the society.  This partnership is the first of its kind in over 300 Association of Gospel Rescue Missions, and Richardson praises Lincoln Center as the “George Washington” of cause-related marketing for homeless shelters and local business.

In his short time at GCRM Richardson has implemented new policies and procedures, upgraded and expanded facilities, and clearly laid out plans for the future. Partnering with Lincoln Center is another positive step for the Gospel Center and in the fight against homelessness, and Richardson is continuing to forge relationships with other area business leaders, organizations and agencies.  He wants to see all “ships rise with the tide” and join together — with the ultimate goal of restoring lives. To learn more about the Gospel Center Rescue Mission, visit their website.

This year, there are two different ways you can get involved with helping the Gospel Center Rescue Mission right here at Lincoln Center.

Lincoln Center Tote bags are here — just in time to kick-start your Holiday shopping! These handy burlap bags are available at the following locations for a suggested minimum donation of $5:

1. Best Wishes, 325 Lincoln Center
2. The Lincoln Center Marketing Office, 374 Lincoln Center
3. The Market at Market Tavern, 236 Lincoln Center
4. Pacific Compounding Pharmacy, 312 Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center will also be donating all proceeds from our Coat & Sock Drive starting November 12th through December 24th at the following stores:

1. American Hearing Aids
2. Artesian Natural Foods
3. Best Wishes
4. F & M Bank
5. Flair Boutique
6. Pacific Compounding Pharmacy
7. Theadora Boutique
8. The UPS Store
9. Select Physical Therapy
10. Venetian Pet Hospital
11. Village Cleaners

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Posted in Blog, on 26 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

Owner, Great Spectacles

What is your favorite sport? 

Football – I have been a 49er fan for many years, good years and the bad ones. I’m hoping for a positive turn around for the 17-18 team.

What is one thing you are most proud of? 

In the late 1970’s I started a running program, averaged about 40 plus miles a week. I finished 6 marathons with a best time at the San Francisco Marathon of 3 hours 36 minutes and qualified for the Boston Marathon. I realized I could finish almost anything I set my mind to do.

How long have you owned Great Spectacles?

27 years

What do you like to do on your days off? 

I love to cook and usually have company most weekends. I am always on the hunt for antique items and love to change vignettes around the house and at the office.

What do you like to do for fun? 

Relaxing is not my cup of tea – give me gardening, planting, cooking, re-displaying almost anything and I am having fun.

What is your favorite thing about working at Great Spectacles? 

There are wonderful people that we see daily. The variety of eyewear designs are so diverse as are the customers. It is always a joy to find the perfect fresh look for the consumer, something they feel good in and see well out of.

What’s the current glasses trend for 2017?

WOW, the variety in trends this year… large, small, round, gold, simple, flashy, mirror lenses, digital Rx and blue light protection – to name a few.

What made you want to get involved in this industry?

At age 18 with a child to support I secured a job with an Optometrist. Little did I know this would become my future. I worked and learned from 3 wonderful Optometrists for 20 years. It is amazing to think that I still love what I do after 47 years. I still see many people that have been customers of mine for well over 40 years.

How many pairs of glasses do you own personally?

Considering I have been in the business for years, I have quite a collection. I have an Rx in all that I wear and add a few styles or current colors to my wardrobe seasonally.

Tell us about your recent recognition by INVISION Magazine. 

What an honor to be in the elite group of “America’s Finest Optical”. INVISION Magazine is a top national trade publication, the annual award is given to 12 Optical Retailers by a selection of national judges. Great Spectacles will be featured in the January issue of INVISION. The selection criteria focus is business acumen, gorgeous offices, creative marketing and passion for what you do.  n

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Posted in Blog, on 23 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

For sisters Lisa Dixon and Deanne Garibaldi, owning a business is like fashion – things are always changing and new ideas are always sprouting. As the owners of FINA for 31 years, they know what it’s like for their business to grow with the fashion industry.

Lisa and Deanne’s interest in fashion started at a young age, growing up around their father’s downtown Stockton retail store, Mariani’s. Their department store experiences throughout college gave them the knowledge and desire they needed to start their own business.

FINA’s success came from the sisters’ perseverance. “At the time, it was really hard to get a spot in the Center, but when we found out that there was an opening, we went for it,” said Lisa. After signing the lease, they had just two weeks to get inventory before opening the store.

FINA is beloved by many regulars in Lincoln Center since its origin. After opening on the Brickwalk in November of 1986 and moving to the Atrium about 5 years later, FINA settled in its current location seven years ago. “There’s no other place that’s as safe as Lincoln Center. It’s a place where there’s always been upscale shopping and a loyal customer base,” said Lisa.

Upon opening, Lisa and Deanne quickly realized they were going to have to integrate marketing into their business plan. Since there was no social media then, the sisters sent out mailers to local residents explaining who they were. Within weeks, people started arriving at the store and the rest is history. FINA has now become a trailblazer in social media marketing and continues to strive for excellence by dropping their products right into people’s hands daily.

They started out with only two brands in their store, and now carry clothing and accessories from various high-end names. FINA is the exclusive retailer in the area for the latest styles from A.G. Denim, Vince and Joie. In addition, they are always bringing in new brands to keep up with fashion’s innovative cycle. “You have to change and evolve with fashion and try new lines,” said Deanne.

In the beginning years, they would buy sets of things, such as pants to match a shirt or a belt to match a bag. Now that rules are almost extinct in the fashion industry, they are free to purchase everything separate. Their ability to change with the industry adds to their success.

FINA’s loyal customers are what keeps them going. The sisters mention that some people come in every week looking for something new. Lisa says that they are constantly reading their customers’ desires. “We always have to try new things each season to keep people interested,” added Deanne.

The duo’s dedication to customer service, relationships and community keeps people coming back to FINA and Lincoln Center. Lisa and Deanne help customers put outfits together and take the time to listen – something that sets them apart from other retailers.

Through every decision, move and purchase, Lisa and Deanne have used their unique talents to grow FINA’s success, and plan to continue the journey together for years to come. “We can’t ever get rid of each other because we’re sisters,” Deanne joked. “We both have different talents and strengths that complement each other,” added Lisa.

Now that their original customers’ children have become customers, Lisa and Deanne have had to evolve with the times. Their true fashion sense – from the clothes they wear to their paralleled growth with customers – has allowed FINA to stay on trend for 31 years.

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(209) 478-5670
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Posted in Blog, on 17 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

Tony Vice gets to help change lives every day – from those seeking a healthier lifestyle to those fighting for their lives. He’s leading a cause for breast cancer awareness by means of his best subject – fitness.

As the owner of Fleet Feet Sports, Tony is an advocate for healthy lifestyles. He and Lincoln Center Vice President Pat Dobson are leading a campaign called “Real Men Wear Pink,” which will raise funds for the American Cancer Society (ACS). On October 7, the team will participate in the ACS Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Stockton.

The team’s goal is to recruit as may pledgers as possible. Each person who donates $25 or more to the campaign receives a “Real Men Wear Pink” t-shirt. While it is not mandatory, donors are encouraged to participate in the walk.

We are involved not only in raising money but most importantly to promote awareness of the effects of breast cancer and the importance of early detection because ultimately that is the key to saving lives.  ~Patrick Dobson

In addition to the annual campaign, Fleet Feet donates a portion of its sales to ACS all month long. The Mizuno special breast cancer edition shoe will be sold in the store, with $20 of every purchase donated to ACS.

For these two Real Men, breast cancer hits home. For Tony, he hopes his wife and young daughter never have to battle the disease, like his aunt did. “Anything that I can do to raise funds to find a cure and wipe out breast cancer would be fantastic. Every little bit helps,” said Tony.

Pat added, “The reality is these campaigns really do save lives. We are involved not only in raising money but most importantly to promote awareness of the effects of breast cancer and the importance of early detection because ultimately that is the key to saving lives.

Through these efforts, Tony and Pat are able to show their support for women during breast cancer awareness month and beyond. “There’s great satisfaction coming to work every day knowing we’re making a difference,” said Tony.

To donate to the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign, visit or stop in to Fleet Feet Sports today!

Click here to view the chronicle and read more about Other Ways to Get Involved and read One Woman’s Courageous Journey.

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Posted in Blog, on 12 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

The holidays are almost here! Don’t miss our kickoff to the season Sunday, November 12th from 11:00 – 5:00 pm. Lincoln Center’s Holiday Open House is a one-day-only event for the entire family! Enjoy festive holiday décor, store promotions and sales (check out all the great deals listed below!), live musical entertainment and other wonderful seasonal surprises. Our beautiful tree will be up and decorated and Santa and his elves are making their first appearance of the season in the North Pole at 265 Lincoln Center (same location as last year!). Be sure to stop by to see the Lincoln Center winter wonderland ­— a holiday-themed area dedicated to Santa, his elves and the North Pole! Enjoy train and carriage rides, and live reindeer too! There will be free family photos in front of our Christmas tree. It’s the perfect opportunity to get a picture for your holiday cards!


Be sure to bring your Christmas shopping list with you. Our stores have great selections of gifts for everyone on your list. Here’s what’s happening that day in some of the shops:


Along The Way

Enjoy 15% off today only


Artesian Natural Foods

Join us for food demonstrations and giveaways


Best Wishes

Darren Gygi Prints

  • Enter to win a signed 14″ x 14″ print of your choice with any Gygi purchase

Christmas Tree Ornaments

  • Buy 4 get 1 FREE (of equal or lesser value)

Department 56

  • Buy any current Village piece at regular price and receive 50% off on a retired piece (of equal or lesser value)


The Boutique at Best Wishes

FREE pair of socks of your choice (up to $15 value) with a $100 clothing purchase


The KitchenSide at Best Wishes

  • Join us for Tastes of the Season – dips, soups, desserts and our famous Hot Apple Cider
  • ARNO Chocolates! Come by for a delicious sampling! (handout version) See the Kitchenside article on page ­­­­­­­­­__ (chronicle version)


It happens only once a year. Join us for our UNO de 50 Trunk Show. Don’t miss your chance to purchase special handcrafted UNO de 50 jewelry, and enter to win prizes!


DeVons Jewelers

All bridal in-store on sale an extra 15% and Bulova 25% off



Enjoy 20% off your purchase (excluding sale items)



Flair Boutique

Enjoy 15% off all purchases, while snacking on Flair’s favorite holiday cookies & cheer!


Merle Norman Cosmetics

15% off all boutique and gift items, purchase any two products and get a gift free, receive a gift bag filled with goodies, and enjoy holiday refreshments


Podesto’s Market, Deli & Bakery

All Sees single, milk or dark chocolate, bars $1.49 each — today only!


Planet Beach Automated Spa

Free Massages and Mineral Steam Baths


Play it Again Sports

40% Off your purchase, maximum discount of $100.00



Indulge in 10% off all nail services


Sassy Pants

Stop in to receive 10% off Christmas tee’s and pj’s — today only!



Buy one, get one on all HOLIDAY beverages and cake pops from 2pm-5pm



Receive 10% off any regular priced item with the purchase of $50 or more!



For every $50 gift card purchase, you will receive a FREE BONUS $10 gift card (restrictions apply)

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Posted in Blog, on 12 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

Being able to live in a college town and attend D-1 tier athletic match-ups is something to relish. University of the Pacific, with its beautiful tree-lined campus and stellar facilities, is a Stockton treasure. Fans can choose from a variety of competitive sporting events to attend throughout the year, and there is something extra special that is shared by a community when rooting for the “home team.”

Pacific’s teams compete in NCAA Division-I athletic’s and since 2013 have been member institutions of the West Coast Conference (which includes 10 private, faith-based universities similar to Pacific). The athletics department sponsors 18 sports teams — with the Orange and Black competing in the WCC, Mountain Pacific Sports Federation, NorPac Conference and America East Conference.

Athletics at Pacific have changed over the years but the traditions have not. The university is proud of its strong ties to Stockton and commitment to building quality sports programs. Pacific continues to increase support of those teams — something all colleges have had to do to remain competitive.

Having world-class facilities empowers collegiate athletic programs to recruit and train the best and brightest student-athletes and provides a great fan experience. And Pacific is no different. Tiger fans can watch their favorite sport in some of the finest surroundings on the West Coast — whether it is at the Klein Family Field (baseball), Pacific Field Hockey Turf, Raney Sand Volleyball Courts or the recently completed Eve Zimmerman Tennis Facility. Soccer also has a new field on the horizon, and the Janssen-Lagorio Gymnasium received state-of-the-art upgrades last Spring.

The support and commitment extends to the hiring and retaining of the very best coaches — as evident with the entrance of Damon Stoudamire. Tiger fans were thrilled when Stoudamire accepted the Men’s Basketball head coaching position in March of 2016.

Stoudamire was arguably the biggest coaching “get” in Tiger history. He’s a stud. His NBA stardom and charisma make him a huge draw for fans. In just one season, he already achieved what no other Tiger men’s basketball coach had done before — register their first ever WCC tournament victory.

Now entering his second season at UOP he is liking it — liking it a lot — and is highly anticipating the upcoming season.

“Last year was definitely a transition year for me to get on solid ground, and this season I have a much clearer understanding and direction for my team,” Stoudamire says. “My players left everything on the court for me. What I look forward to the most is developing them as players and young men, and having a winning season.”

Stoudamire appreciates the community in which he landed. He says it reminds him of growing up in Portland, and that he has felt welcome from day one.

“This environment is great. Both Pacific and the surrounding community have embraced me with open arms. Everyone here works hand in hand and is very supportive — from every direction of the campus.”

Pacific has a rich 88-year history in Stockton. It is the second largest employer in San Joaquin County. In addition to those economic benefits, local businesses reap commerce generated by visiting teams and fans. Tiger fans frequenting Lincoln Center will often see entire opposing teams, coaches and fans — sporting rival gear — hanging out or dining at their favorite restaurants. The Center even has a special liaison to help coordinate with teams.

The camaraderie and partnership that is shared amongst the athletic teams, and the way it extends into the Stockton community and beyond, is one of the reasons Stoudamire chose Pacific – and also why Women’s Basketball Head Coach Bradley Davis loves it here.

“The UOP athletic community is without a doubt a family. It’s a family that cares deeply about our University as a whole, and it’s a family that truly wants to welcome and be an active part of the Stockton and 209 community as a whole,” says Davis.

The recently hired Men’s Baseball Head Coach Ryan Garko agrees. He chose Pacific because he appreciates the entire vision of the university.

“I feel strongly about the academic and athletic mission here at Pacific. We are offering student athletes that want to excel both on and off the field the opportunity to come to Stockton and find the highest level of support from our faculty, staff and coaches.”

Garko also sees a program steeped in tradition that he can build on.

“In this first season I am most looking forward to implementing our process and establishing a standard of performance that the Pacific baseball program will be known for moving forward. On game night, I expect to compete on every pitch of every game, and win or lose, make the opponent earn everything on the field.”

Few sports experiences can compare with the competitiveness and team spirit found at a collegiate sporting event. As Davis readily states, “Collegiate sports offer the opportunity to watch great athletes compete at the highest level, and to compete for something more than just themselves. Tiger athletes compete for UOP; they compete for Pacific Alum (alumni), and they compete for the Stockton community that come out to support.”

Click here to view the chronicle online and read all of the Pacific coaches profiles.

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Posted in Blog, on 2 October 2017, by , 0 Comments

The energy was at an all-time high as the Young Leaders who own businesses in Lincoln Center gathered at Midgley’s Public House for the September Chronicle cover shoot. What really became evident during this round up of these young entrepreneurs, was the recognition of the drive, creativity, enthusiasm and passion that they all possess. They are hardworking, smart, love their community and give back in so many ways. And most of all, they represent the growing number of young business owners who are willing to not only build their businesses, but reinvent them as they go along and provide Lincoln Center shoppers with new, fresh ideas. We have a wealth of talent in these business owners and we are proud to feature them in this issue of Young Leaders in food, fashion, fitness and more.

Click here to read through the Chronicle and read all about our Young Leaders.

Pictured on the Cover: 

Top Left to Right: Blair Unterseher (Play It Again Sports), Michael Midgley (Midgley’s Public House), Kate Lindell (Edward Jones), Ben Mackie (Ben Mackie Fitness, Spin & Movement), Shaina Fahey (Zuesters)

Bottom Left to Right: Brady Davis (B Hive Hair Salon), Laci Midgley (Midgley’s Public House), Sam Patel (Village Cleaners), Matta Nguyen (Lacquer), Kindra Laber (Zuesters), Thoeun Bun (Along the Way)

Clothing provided by Fina, Flair Boutique, Fleet Feet Sports, McCaulou’s Department Store, Theadora Boutique and Zuesters.

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Posted in Blog, on 28 September 2017, by , 0 Comments

Come out Saturday, September 30th from 6-9pm to support St. Mary’s Athletics! The 2017 RamFest will be hosted at Lincoln Center for the very first time. Each team will have a booth with various silent auctions and activities set up. We will have food from Tio Pepe’s, Midgley’s Public House and Papapavlo’s. RamFest will also feature live music courtesy of The Summit Band, family-friendly activities like corn hole tournaments, a dunk tank, the rock-climbing wall and more. Come with your friends and family to support SMHS athletic teams and enjoy a fun evening with Ram Fans! Admission is free.

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Posted in Blog, on 13 June 2017, by , 0 Comments

Add big juicy steaks, home brewed beer and the family gathered ’round. It’s his special day and nothing says Father’s Day more than dad being behind the BBQ with a spatula in hand!

Complete his outdoor kitchen with a shopping trip to Fat City BBQ & Grill.  From the huge selection of the Big Green Egg BBQ’s to every conceivable accessory, Dad will have all the right tools for a five-star meal!   Fat City also carries everything he will need to brew his own beer. This is your one-stop-shop for the perfect Father’s Day giftFat City BBQ & Grill.  From the huge selection of the Big Green Egg BBQ’s to every conceivable accessory, Dad will have all the right tools for a five-star meal!   Fat City also carries everything he will need to brew his own beer. This is your one-stop-shop for the perfect Father’s Day gift

$50 gift package

Secret Sauces for BBQ Success

  • Mom’s Spice Bomb Hot & Spicy Rub
  • Rob’s Rib Glaze
  • Plowboys Barbeque Hot Head
  • Mom’s Spice Bomb Mild Rub

$100 gift package

Big Green Egg Pizza Party

Pizza Stone, Peel, Slicer and Server


$250 gift package

Big Green Egg Smoking Kit

  • Smoking Woods/Chunks
  • Chef’s Knife and Paring Knife
  • Rib Rack
  • Rob’s Rubs
  • Chicken Roaster
  • Cutting Board
  • 400 degree Egg Mitt
  • Dual Probe Smoker Thermometer

Home Brew Kits Fat City Grill and BBQ has a nice selection of Home Brew Kits, complete with all the tools, accessories and ingredients!

Dad can BBQ in style this summer on a new Big Green Egg, available in a variety of sizes.

Visit Fat City Brew & BBQ today for the perfect gifts for yourself or for dad!

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