Last week’s brunch launch was a great success. We’ve had an incredible response to our Tchoup Shop Chef Simon Glenn menu, which includes Black & Tan Griddlecakes, egg dishes and biscuits. For a brief wrap-up on last week’s brunch, click here or here. And see you this weekend!
Come out on Monday, September 26th, at 7 p.m. to support Slow Food NYC while enjoying oysters and great craft beer. Guest chef Tristan Lowery will be preparing a four-course pairing menu with oysters grown and shucked by our great friend, Karen Rivara, from Shellfisher Perserve out on Long Island. The menu will include:
- Raw oysters (Peconic Pearls and Mystics) with ginger-leek mignonette
- Pumpkin and oyster soup, paired w/Brooklyn Sorachi Ace
- Pork belly with oysters, paired with Schlenkerla “Krausen” Smoked Lager
- And a dessert paired with Sixpoint 90211 Porter
Come learn about oysters, eat amazing food, drink fabulous beer, and support a worthy cause. Tickets are still available here!
Starting this weekend (9/24-25), Jimmy’s No. 43 launches a brunch menu fit for a king! Featuring a biscuit focus, the menu is a product of Tchoup Shop’s Chef Simon Glenn, who brings his Louisiana-stylings to create a tasty array of “Firsts,” “Mains,” and “Sides” to please beer lovers and brunch lovers alike. Some of the menu options include (subject to market availability):
- Smoked kippers and crackers, served with local radishes and sweet butter pickles
- Banana-Pecan Oatmeal Brulee
- Cured Arctic char with dill cream, capers, pickled onions and mizuna
- Shrimp and grits with heritage bacon
- Mushroom-leek Croque Madame on brioche
- Banh Mi Biscuit: crispy pork belly and poached eggs, served with rice wine pickles, Thai basil and Sriracha hollandaise
- Black and Tan griddle cakes: ale batter pancakes, bananas, salted stout-caramel sauce, curry spiced pretzels, cocoa and powdered sugar
- Ham and eggs on a biscuit with coffee porter, red-eye gravy
- Sides include biscuits, bacon, grits, creamed kale and more
Of course, great craft beer will be ready to accompany your meal, so come join us on the weekend from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and get your brunch on!
It’s so big that our “week” is really 10 days! That’s right: Ten days of craft brewing events at Jimmy’s No. 43 and around the city. (For all the events, check out nycbeerweek.com.) Here at Jimmy’s No. 43, we’re launching Craft Brew Week with Greenport Harbor Brewing and their Other Side IPA release, which Greenport brewers describe as, “a nod to the fine IPAs of the West Coast: large additions of Cascade, Centennial, Warrior and Chinook hops atop a foundation of American Pale, Monich and light Crystal malts.” Stop by tonight (9/16) and try some of this amazing IPA.
Our next big event for NY Craft Brew Week will be this coming Monday, September 19th at 7 p.m., when Sam Merritt chooses nano/small brews for our “Nanos and Nomads” Dinner. A featured event in this week’s Time Out NY, the Small Brewery Dinner brings an educational turn to drinking some pretty special beers, so get your tickets now and join Sam and Jimmy on Monday.
Of course, the featured event of the week is NYC Brewer’s Choice. The second-annual event will feature more than 20 brewers, with head brewers of each brewery pouring their favorite beers paired with their favorite foods. A limited number of tickets are available to allow for interaction between craft brewers and craft brew aficionados alike. Confirmed breweries include: Sixpoint, Greenport Harbor (DJ Swanson), Blue Point, Allagash, Maine Beer Co., White Birch, Dieu du Ciel (Luc Lafontaine), Ommegang (Phil Leinart), Sierra Nevada, Two Brothers (Jim Ebel), Brooklyn Brewery (Garrett Oliver), Captain Lawrence (Scott Vaccaro), Barrier, Crossroads, Empire (David Katleski), Kelso Brooklyn (Kelly Taylor), Sly Fox (Brian O’Reilly), Southampton, He’brew (Jeremy Cowan), Wandering Star and Smuttynose. We’ll have more updates on this event next week, but be sure to get your tickets before they sell out (and early bird sales end today!).