Spend a sultry summer Sunday afternoon with Karen and David Waltuck celebrating the magical mingling of blues, artisanal brews, and smoked foods on August 16. Chanterelle is proud to partner with The Jazz Gallery to feature live performances by Marvin Sewell, Saunders Sermon, and Doug Wamble. Paired with each blues artists will be hand-crafted local beers from smooth, light caramel Fire Island “Lighthouse Ale” to dark and creamy Keegan “Mother’s Milk” Stout together with David’s riffs on classic American smoked foods including Cold Smoked Corn Chowder, Tea Smoked Duck with Potato Salad and Warm Smoked Oysters and Bacon.
This finale Sunday Salon of 2009 will mark the last day that Chanterelle is open to the public before closing this summer in preparation for its 30th anniversary this fall. To usher in its third decade, the Waltucks will refresh the restaurant, with the addition of an intimate bar and an expanded menu. The last day for general reservations is Friday, August 14.
Smoky Sunday Blues, Beer & Bites, with brews presented by Andrew Reed, Craft Beer Specialist of Manhattan Beer and Yvon Pasquarello and Ari Meisel from Fire Island Brewery.
Date: Sunday, August 16
Time: 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Chanterelle, 2 Harrison Street (at Hudson)
Cost: $65 per person, including tax and gratuity
Reservations: contact Paul Case at 212-966-6960 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.chanterellenyc.com/salons for more information.