Butcher Paper Dinner: Summer Eats with Momo Sushi Shack
Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm
Long Island City, NY
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Butcher Paper Dinner: Summer Eats with Momo Sushi Shack
Summer's heating up but we're not slowing down with our Butcher Paper Dinners! We are making them a little bit later since it's staying lighter longer, but they're more bountiful than ever. Later dinners mean you can spend a full day on the beach and still make it back for your favorite rooftop feast!

Momo Sushi Shack is bringing some asian flair to the farm with seasonal seafood and ever-popular pork belly, all in very finger friendly formats. The guys making the magic happen, Phillip Gilmour, Chance Johnston, Ismael Alvarez  and Makoto Suzuki, opened Momo Sushi Shack in 2010, combining fresh American ingredients with traditional Japanese technique.

The result is a tremendously popular spot in Bushwick that has received rave reviews from Yelpers (a true achievement), as well as a Michelin Guide recommendation. Their food is enough to win anyone over, but we love them even more for their commitment to sourcing locally from places like Heritage Food, Bushwick Campus Farms, and Brooklyn Grange!

So pop on up, ready your palate, grab a brew from Queens Brewery or some chilled white wine courtesy of Boundary Breaks, and kick back for a summery Sunday Butcher Paper Dinner!


Wasabi Shrimp and Oyster Cocktail
Tako (Octopus) Tacos with Lobster
Pork Belly and Scallop Skewers

Yuzu Curd with Animal Crackers

Queens Brewery Beer
Boundary Breaks Wine


5pm - 6pm: Arrival, farm tours, cocktail hour. Wander and enjoy!
6pm - 6:30: Appetizers and Farm Salad
6:30-8:30: Dinner is served! Sip, savor and enjoy the sunset

This series of fun, inventive dinner parties to be held spring through fall at Brooklyn Grange's flagship rooftop will center around the farm's massive, reclaimed white oak communal table down the length of which organizers will roll butcher paper.  A rotating lineup of the city's most innovative chefs will bring their unique culinary stylings to play with the farm's fresh, seasonal produce, serving family-style meals directly atop the paper-lined table.  This style of hands-on dining allows guests to really engage with their food, and their neighboring diners around them. Participating chefs will hail from all over the New York City area but will draw their inspiration from the eclectic diversity and bold flavors of Queens' signature culinary culture.

Edible Queens is the premier food magazine in Queens focusing on the culinary resources and food scenes of New York City's most diverse borough. Published quarterly and enjoyed in print and online by over 100,000 readers per issue, Edible Queens is part of Edible Communities, a North American franchise with 81 titles covering the specific regions in which they are located.

Brooklyn Grange is the leading rooftop farming and intensive green roofing business in the US. We operate the world's largest rooftop soil farms, located on two roofs in New York City, and grow over 40,000 lbs of organically-cultivated produce per year. In addition to growing and distributing fresh local vegetables and herbs, Brooklyn Grange also provides urban farming and green roof consulting and installation services to clients worldwide, and we partner with numerous non-profit organizations throughout New York to promote healthy and strong local communities.

Queens Brewery is a world class microbrewery based in the neighborhood of Ridgewood, Queens, NY. Their flagship brew Queens Lager is featured at Citi Field for the 2014 NY Mets and is dry-hopped with Summit, Chinook, & UK Pilgrim hops.

In 2007, owners Bruce and David Murray, purchased a 120-acre farm in the Finger Lakes that had been in the same family since 1850. It had been a crop farm; no vineyards had ever been planted on the property. The Murray's goal was to develop a vineyard that could yield Finger Lakes Rieslings that were comparable to some of the great Rieslings of Germany and Alsace. They planted their first vines in 2009 and released their first vintage in 2012. Seems like they made the right moves, as several months later the New York Times ranked the finest Finger Lakes Riesling! You're in for a treat, folks.


Brooklyn Grange Rooftop Farm
37-18 Northern Boulevard
Long Island City, NY 11101
United States


Food > Beer, Wine, Spirits
Food > Markets & Farms

Minimum Age: 21
Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: No