Summer Cocktails, Great Beer and Cider Plus Tito King’s Kitchen

WingsAdoboAs we wind down the last couple of weeks of summer, we’re still celebrating the Summer of Gose (get your Summer of Gose T-shirt – only $25 – at the bar!) and our acclaimed new kitchen featuring Thai-Filipino inspired cuisine.

Recently, our Chicken Wings Adobo was a featured dish in Beer Advocate Magazine. Here’s what editor Ben Keene had to say about us in the Table Mates pairing column:

Jimmy Carbone, of Jimmy’s No. 43 in New York, NY, selects three beers to match with the Adobo Chicken Wings on his subterranean bar and restaurant’s new menu, which debuted in June. The food from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43, a collaboration with chef King Phojanakong,  takes its cues from Thai and Filipino cuisine to produce dishes that Carbone admires for their versatility. More savory than spicy, these meaty wings are slow braised in a mixture of vinegar, soy sauce, garlic, black pepper and bay leaves for a different spin on a pub classic.

We’re thrilled with all the great press we’ve received this summer about the new menu, and our current  slate of Gose beers (Les Trois Mousquetaires Hors Série Gose, Ritterguts Gose, Off Color Troublesome all on draught while supplies last) bring out all the nuance in this dish.

Come in and make some great pairings today! We have a fantastic line up of ciders and summer cocktails, in addition to our draught beer and bottle selection.

And check out all the great press we’ve received:

 

Dog Days Are Here: Summer of Gose Dinner with Shelton Brothers

SUMMERofGOSEHave you heard? It’s the Summer of Gose (per the NY Times), and we’re happy to be welcoming back some of our favorite friends for a Summer of Gose three-course pairing menu featuring new items from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43. Taking place on Tuesday, August 11th, at 7 p.m., the summer of Gose will offer both vegetarian and meat-lovers items from our Filipino-Thai fusion menu and will offer a preview for this fall’s new food items.

This is a very limited event; we’ll only have 20 tickets (available here) for the public (and the bar will be open for all who want to drink/dine a la carte). Joining us will be Joel Shelton of Shelton Brothers Imports.

Featured beers for the event will include (subject to availability):

  • Ritterguts Gose (draught)
  • Hors Série Gose – Les Trois Mousquetaires (draught)
  • To-ol Gose (in bottle)

And we hope to have new Summer of Gose T-shirts for sale soon (see the very cool logo above). You can pre-order yours with a $25 PayPal purchase from our store (note T-shirt and size – unisex – in the comments; T-shirts must be picked up at Jimmy’s No. 43… sorry, no shipping).

Now you can drink and dress fashionably at Jimmy’s No. 43 during the Summer of Gose!

Welcome to the Summer of Gose

Photo credit: Devin Yalkin, NY Times.
Photo credit: Devin Yalkin, NY Times.

If you happened upon today’s New York Times, you saw none other than our head bartender on the front of the food section! What’s the news that’s fit to print? Gose! It’s a great summertime brew and we’re happy to be featured in the Times as a go-to place to find Gose beers. Made from an ancient German style of beer, these somewhat sour, often salty beers pair well with food and are going to be featured for the rest of the summer in both bottles/cans and on draught. Our rotating line-up will include (while supplies last):

  • Ritterguts Gose
  • Sixpoint’s Jammer
  • The Pineus Gose from Gasthaus & Gosebrauerei Bayerischer Bahnhof (just ask for the “Goose Penis”)
  • Westbrook’s Gose
  • Hitachino Nest’s Anbai Ale from Kiuchi Brewery (careful with this one; unlike most Gose beers, it has a higher ABV of 7.0%)
  • Freigeist Rhubarb Gose
  • Leipziger Gose
  • Off Color’s Troublesome

On Tuesday, August 11th, we’ll be pairing some of these Gose beers with a special family-style dinner (both meat and vegetarian options) from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 co-hosted with friends from Shelton Brothers (pictured above). You can get tickets to this beer pairing dinner here, and you’ll learn all about this great beer, its origins and how to pair with various dishes.

And stay tuned: We’ll have Summer of Gose T-shirts on sale soon!