Fourth Annual Beefsteak Dinner
Gather your companions and savor this New York tradition!
Friday, February 22nd
7:00 pm – Doors Open
7:30 pm – Dinner Begins
NYC's first Beefsteak dates back to the 1800s.
As the Museum of the City of New York recounts, they were "initially all-male
gatherings in rustic taverns or dingy cellars where, sitting on crates or stools,
men would sing, tell stories, eat steaks, and drink ale with abandon."
While our Beefsteak Dinner isn't in a dingy cellar (nor all-male!),
you can expect to experience similar celebratory-energy, as tables
come together over steaks and ale!
Menu: A meat-centric menu with savory sides, free-flowing Rough Rider bourbon
& craft beer from LIC Beer Project. BYO wine with free corkage, too!
Attire & Other Details: At traditional Beefsteaks, no knives or forks were allowed as
participants ate tender morsels of beef steak, wiping the grease on aprons.
We'll have some utensils on hand, but encourage keeping with tradition.
We'll also provide each guest their own apron so you can dress up
for the occasion and not worry about digging in!
Tickets are available now on Eventbrite