Raise a Glass to Pride Outside at Clink

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Chef Daniel Kenney celebrates Pride Month with the first al fresco wine dinner of Clink’s Summer Outdoor Dinner Series. Scheduled for Thursday, June 10th in the Liberty Hotel’s private patio, the four-course meal is designed to complement the evening’s featured wines – a selection of summery French rosés (including a frosé to go with dessert). Reserve your spot and sit down to combinations like a Bouvet sparkling rosé with an oyster po’ boy, and Chateau d’Aqueria Rose from Tavel, France accompanied by hand-carved aged sirloin with spring mushrooms and leek confit.

The festivities, which start at 6:30pm, cost $95 per person (including gratuity but not taxes or processing fees); a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Theater Offensive, a local theatrical organization that presents liberating art by, for, and about queer and trans people of color.

The dinner is rain or shine (they’ll move the party indoors in the case of inclement weather) and tickets are non refundable after Monday, June 7th. Take a peek at the menu below to see what’s in store and book your spot before they’re all snapped up.

First Glass: Bouvet Sparkling Rosé
with Crispy Cape Cod Oyster “Po Boy”

Second Glass: La Nerthe “Les Cassagne” Cotes du Rhone Rosé 2020
Cherry Glazed Long Island Duck Breast/ Foie Gras/ Aromatic Barley

Third Glass: Chateau d’Aqueria Rosé, Tavel, France 2018
with Hand Carved Aged Sirloin | Spring Mushrooms | Leek Confit

Finale: Froze featuring AIX Rose, Provence
with Chocolate and Port Crème Brulee | Port Soaked Blackberries

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