American Psycho Lunch

Table of Contents returns with the Bret Easton Ellis classic American Psycho for a very special "power lunch" at Court Tree Collective on Sunday, February 26, 2017, from 1 to 3 pm.

American Psycho Lunch

Court Tree Collective | 371 Court Street - 2nd Floor | Carroll Gardens

Table of Contents returns with the Bret Easton Ellis classic American Psycho for a very special "power lunch" at Court Tree Collective on Sunday, February 26, 2017, from 1 to 3 pm.

Court Tree Collective and Table of Contents invites you to dine on the hottest dishes from the most exclusive restaurants in Patrick Bateman’s New York: Dorsia, Pastels, Arcadia…Make your reservations now, and bring your best business cards. This is a literature inspired event.
 
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Leek Ceviche with Sorrel
Green Chili Souffle
Smoked Duck with Endive and Maple Syrup
Walnut Tart
Licorice Sorbet
Bellinis

Table of Contents is a literary supper club created by Mackensie Griffin, a bibliophile with a Master’s Degree in Food Studies from NYU.


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ABOUT Court Tree Collective

Court Tree Collective is a group of artists and chefs with a shared aim of bringing art and cultural events to their unique gallery/event space in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, offering both artist and chef representation. All of the work from the art collection is for sale.

Facilities in the space include a fully functional kitchen, classroom environment and gallery space, which are available for rent. Located 2 blocks from the F and G Carroll Street stop at 371 Court Street – 2nd Floor in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

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