Babys All Right is really pulling out all the stops in its quest to distinguish itself from concert halls where your only food option is the gyro cart on the corner. For instance: the build-your-own Bloody Mary brunch.
And this: for a market price of around $275, you and a group of about 8 to 15 people (depending how hungry you are) can split an entire suckling pig. Which sounds like just the thing to do before Saturday night’s set from LA-based pop songstress Springtime Carnivore.
According to chef Ronald Murray, who just rolled out a Spring menu featuring dishes like smoked beets (an appropriate dinner before Turnip King’s June 9 show?), the Pennsylvania pig is brined, stuffed with apples and seasoning, and put in the oven for 12 hours until the skin is crisp. It’s carved table-side and served with fried potatoes, grilled country bread, and a beet and cucumber salad.
If you’re feeling like a springtime carnivore, call 718-LUV-5800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book the feast 24 hours in advance.