Beefsteak hosted by Start Line Brewing Co.
Calling all meat and beer lovers!
We are transporting you back to 19th century New York City for a traditional beefsteak. Built around beef, beer, and the absence of plates, napkins, and forks, guests will eat endless beef tenderloin and other delicious items with their hands.
The event is hosted by Start Line Brewing, Julio’s Liquors, and Long Island Spirits. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Masonic Angel Fund.
Event is 21+. $90 per person.
Join us for a feast of:
Grilled pork tenderloin
Smokey lamb meat balls
Parmesan fingerling potatoes
Brown sugar pork steamship (carved table side)
Red wine braised calf’s liver
Mini tuna sliders
Smoked chicken wings
Roasted leg of lamb
ENDLESS BEEF TENDERLOIN!
The Beefsteak tradition…
Beefsteaks got their start in New York as blue-collar fundraisers for political campaigns and causes. The settings were humble, with most beefsteaks being held in community halls, bars, and basements (fondly called “dungeons”). By the 1940s, the tradition was entrenched enough to acquire two distinct styles, East Side and West Side. East Side beefsteaks are the standard to this day, with the focus on the beef, bread, and beer. West Side beefsteaks were a bit more refined; one famous venue offered crabmeat appetizers and even provided forks to eat them with. Instead of plain white bread, the steaks were served on hot toast. But both sides celebrated eating with one’s hands and maintained that their style was the most traditional.