Edible Pursuit at Sheep Station
On Monday, December 14, the trivia game that's stumping San Francisco super-foodies finally comes to Brooklyn.
Be part of Edible Pursuits first-ever East Coast quiz-off at Park Slopes Sheep Station.
Our editors have compiled questions on Brooklyn food history, cuts of meat and other Edible topics. Singles and teams will compete for mounds of prizesfrom bottles of wine and beer to cookbooks, restaurant gift certificates and other desirableswhile supping on Sheep Stations praise-worthy stacked burgers, veggie pies, lamb chops and Schooners of local suds.
Where was the first pizza sold in New York?
What Brooklyn brewery was an official sponsor of the 1964 Worlds Fair?
What is the name of the longest tunnel in the world, which also happens to be part of the New York City water system?
If these questions get your creative juices flowing, join us for a night of feasting and food-related trivia at Sheep Station--its at the corner of 4th and Douglass, a couple blocks north of the Union Street stop on the M & R trains. (Bring your friends--especially the smart ones. And Stay tuned for future Edible Pursuit nights in Brooklyn, Manhattan and on the East End.)
Edible Brooklyn Tee Shirts
Brooklyn Slate cheese boards and coasters
Mama O's Kimchi
Intelligentsia coffee class
Bodum Tea Pot
Gift Subscriptions to Edible
Long Island wine
New York beer
WHEN: December 14, 8 to 10 p.m.
WHERE: Sheep Station, 149 4th Avenue (corner of Douglass Street), Park Slope, Brooklyn.
HOW MUCH: $15 to play (includes one beer). A full menu and bar will be available. Buy tickets at ediblebrooklyn.com.
HOW TO PLAY: Reserve your spot at www.brownpapertickets.com. (Tickets will also be available at Sheep Station, cash-only, the night of the event. If there are still tickets left, that is.)
149 4th Avenue (corner of Douglass Street)
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|