Booze and Schmooze with The City Reliquary
The cold, dreary winter months in NYC are upon us. There's only one real way to break out of the slush and snow, according to the City Reliquary Museum and Civic Organization it's with cocktail and conversation! Nothing else warms the mind and blood like Boozin' and Schmoozin' with the City Reliquary!
On Friday, February 25th, from 7-11pm we'll have drinks, snacks and talks for your pleasurable enjoyment. Various sipping stations will be set up in the Brooklyn Kitchen's Events Room. Cocktails tables will include: Joel Lee Kulp and Jon De Rosa of The Richardson as they mix their legendary Ginger Lee and talk about re-inventing classic cocktails. Brad Estrabrooke of Breukelen Distilling will have his spectacular small-batch gin to taste, straight-up and as G&Ts. Sother Teague of Rye will mix Jack Rose cocktails for everyone and talk about what makes it awesome. Christopher Nicolson and Mark Snyder of Red Hook Winery will serve samples and talk about a resurgence in wine-making in our own borough. Josh Bernstein, beer author, will discuss the state of beer in 2011, while you sip Brooklyn Brewery's Local 1 and 2. Tom Potter and Allen Katz, partners in the New York Distillery will discuss making whiskey in North Brooklyn. Manhattan Borough Historian Michael Miscione will educate. And more! Yes, more! There will be snacks from The Brooklyn Kitchen, Saltie, Yonah Schimmel's and more TBA. DJ Sister Kate will play tunes designed to tickle the ears and celebrate the culture of cocktails.
$100 Happy Hour tickets at the door enable patrons to enjoy an extra hour, from 7-8, of small talk and nice pours; $75 for general admission from 8-11pm. Goody Bags will be provided to all. All proceeds will benefit the City Reliquary Museum and Civic Organization, a non-profit museum in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn. Advance tickets available soon on the City Reliquary's website.
The Brooklyn Kitchen
100 Frost Street
Brooklyn, NY 11211
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|