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St. Helena’s Legit Provisions celebrates grand opening Friday

St. Helena’s Legit Provisions celebrates grand opening Friday

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Legit Provisions

Legit Provisions, offering Kansas City-style barbecue, celebrates its grand opening starting Friday.

Legit Provisions, a modern farm-to-table micromarket in downtown St. Helena, will celebrate its official grand opening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Jan. 8, through Sunday, Jan. 10.

There will be self-serve wine and beer on tap, fresh food on-the-go, Kansas City-style barbecue, premade meal kits, tastings, raffles and free stuff.

Legit Provisions is at 1304 Main St., in the former location of Cook Tavern.

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