Gill Dawg presents Brews & Wine on the Bayou, in Port Richey (Photos by J David Wright)

On October 1, 2016, Gill Dawg presented a special event called “Brews & Wine on the Bayou.” This event was sponsored by Great Bay Distributors and benefits Youth & Family Alternatives. The event took place from 2pm to 6pm at Gill Dawg. At Brews & Wine on the Bayou, over 30+ craft beers and 30+ wines were available for tasting.

There were also a delicious variety of appetizers available with tickets, including:

  • Burger and BBQ Pork sliders
  • Roasted Red Pepper Hummus w/pita
  • Gill Dawg’s Special Recipe Mango Salsa and Tri-colored Chips
  • Asian Chicken Bites
  • Calamari with house-made Fireball Sauce
  • Shrimp on the Barbie with a spicy chipotle lime dipping sauce
  • Caprese Salad with balsamic glaze
  • Chicken Caesar Salad

About Youth and Family Alternatives

Youth and Family Alternatives, Inc. (YFA) is a private not-for-profit committed to working in a collaborative partnership with families and communities to establish, maintain and enhance a nurturing and safe environment for children in 11 counties. YFA has 550+ dedicated employees.

The Runaway Alternatives Project (RAP) House, located in New Port Richey, is one of the three runaway, homeless and youth Crisis Shelters operated by YFA that serve over 1,000 youth and their families promoting positive family interactions, resource referrals, and temporary residential care.

For more information about YFA, visit

About Gill Dawg

Gill Dawg is located on the Pithlachascotee (Cotee) River right by Millers Bayou in Port Richey, Florida. It is a  recreation, dining and entertainment hub that focuses on promoting the West Pasco area as a tourist destination by offering eco-friendly water sport activities, and featuring the area’s top musical acts. For more information contact Gill Dawg, 5419 Treadway Drive, Port Richey, Florida, 727-842-1070,

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