Food Karma Project- “Pig and Whiskey”
North Brooklyn Farms- in Williamsburg
320 Kent Avenue- Brooklyn Domino Sugar Factory
Thursday, August 13th
7pm – 10 pm- Live Music- Folk and Blue Grass
$78 Unlimited food, craft beer, whiskey, wine, ciders
PLEASE RSVP early, limited tickets at this discount price
Join us for an unlimited “Pig & Whiskey” dinner with whiskeys from Van Brunt Stillhouse (Red Hook, Brooklyn) and pig roast from the Fleisher’s Craft Butchery culinary team! Guests can help themselves to an array of menu items from favorite local chefs along with refreshing craft beer and cocktails all evening long. Adding another twist to traditional farm-to-table dinners, food and drinks can be enjoyed at large communal dining tables, intimate cafe tables or right on the lush waterfront lawn! Sprawl out on comfy area rugs and pillows provided by Loloi or BYOBlanket for a fun picnic style setting beneath sweeping views of the Williamsburg Bridge and Manhattan skyline. A relaxed, interactive experience with chefs, farmers and mixologists on hand to discuss the food and libations, There will also be live music featuring the best local folk, bluegrass and Americana. Van Brunt Stillhouse is a small micro distillery in Red Hook Brooklyn. They take a time-honored traditional approach to distilling, sourcing wheat, rye and corn directly from upstate New York farmers. Making every spirit from scratch in the waterfront neighborhood of Red Hook in Brooklyn. Fleisher’s Craft Butchery is dedicated to selling the highest quality meat raised to the highest health and ethical standards. They source exclusively from farmers in New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Their culinary team is made up of passionate chefs. They pioneered craft butchery when they opened in 2004 and remained the nation’s leader when it comes to updating old-world methods with modern-day ideals. Complimenting dinner will be wines provided by Brooklyn Oenology, refreshing craft beer from Two Roads Brewing Co. and cocktails – all evening long.
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