It felt like we were running a marathon, but Cider Week NYC wrapped this past Sunday, and we were overwhelmed by the great array of cider makers (and cider lovers) who visited Jimmy’s No. 43. After a sold-out “Rev.” Nat West’s Cider Seminary on Friday, we hosted an all-day Cider Salon with many of the nation’s great cider makers (Aaron Burr, Farnum Hill, Eden Ice Cider, Embark and many more). We’ll be keeping a great list of ciders over the winter, and we’ll be featuring a weekly Cider & Cheese with Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse (join us Friday afternoons, buy a cider – or beer, wine, cocktail – and you’ll get free cheese samples!).
And as we go in to the holidays, now’s a great time to reflect on all the positive reviews our new menu from Tito King’s Kitchen at Jimmy’s No. 43 has received. We celebrated our 10th Anniversary last month, and the new liquor menu along with delicious dishes such as our Chicken Wings Adobo has brought us to our second decade in style.
Of course, we love our tradition, too. Coming up in a few weeks – on Saturday, December 5th – will be the Sixth Annual Battle of the Belgians (get your tickets now), featuring great imports facing off against Belgian-style Americans from Two Roads, Jolly Pumpkin, Folksbier, Allagash, LIC Beer Project and others. And tickets for January’s Eighth Annual Cassoulet Cook-Off are already on sale (click here for information on buying tickets or competing as a pro/am chef).
And of course, we’ll have our annual Christmas Day Beer Brunch plus several New Year’s Eve packages to choose from. And we still have plenty of room to host your party (of any size, be sure to email with inquiries).
Our bar is open for business during all the events, so be sure to drop by and see what’s happening at Jimmy’s No. 43!