61 Local and I are embarking on a four part series devoted to seasonal fair, regional wines, and house made cheeses. The first one up is on Sunday, February 22nd, marking the beginning of the Year of the Goat and Sheep, according to the Chinese calendar. Although cheese is not a traditional Chinese food, this coming of the New Year marks an excellent time to appreciate all things goat and sheep, while eating a delectable meal. Both educational and delicious, you are sure to not find anything much like this experience in the five boroughs of NYC. So mark your calendar! Details below…
the goat and the sheep
Come join us for a four-course meal featuring flavorful winter produce and fresh HOUSEmade cheeses. The meal will consist of an amuse bouche, three savorycheese-centric courses, dessert, and three regional wine pairings, all prepared by seasoned cheese-maker and chef, Jessica Sennett.On Sunday, February 22nd at 7:00 pm, 20 diners will gather at a large communal table for a night of great food, engaging cheese-y conversation, and general imbibement.
61 Bergen Street at Smith Street
Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY
Tickets are $75 per person and will be sold on a first come/first served basis. Space is limited to 20, so get ‘yer tickets while they’re hot.Reservations can be made @ cheeseinthecity.brownpapertickets.com. The ticket price includes wine.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for general inquiries. Vegetarian and gluten free adjustments to this seasonal menu are available. *Finalized menu using the freshest ingredients will be released one week prior to the special evening.