Wednesday, October 20th, 6pm-8pm
What Dickens Drank
Part of You can’t get there from here but you can get here from there
apexart, 291 Church Street, New York, NY
Like any good tourist, when Charles Dickens visited America in 1842, he sampled the local food and drink. Of American bars, he said: “…The stranger is intiaited into the mysteries of Gin-sling, Cocktail, Sangaree, Mint Julep, Sherry-cobbler, Timber Doodle and other rare drinks.”
So what did a Cocktail taste like in 1842? For one evening, we will be tourists in time and mix up these antique potations. During this history lesson in flavor, guests will not only sip early American cocktails, but also learn how to make them. Join us as we bring these drinks to life from the pages of Dicken’s book and from the archives historic gastronomy. Free.