Saturday, 20 June 2015

The 'Butcher & Barber: Americana' Dinner at Ruffians in Covent Garden

Ruffians, the barbers in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, is holding an Americana night on Thursday 2nd July, just ahead of Independence Day.  Cocktails wll come from Bulleit Whiskey, and food from Wild Game Co, including corn dogs, venison sliders, hot dogs and more.  Tickets are just £35, in store and online, and there are sittings at 5.30pm and 8.30pm

"Hot in the footsteps of their first ‘Butcher & Barber’ supper club, Ruffians Barbers are throwing their second food party in their flagship outlet in Covent Garden on Thursday 2nd July.
Ruffians will transform their award winning barber shop into an American-style bar for the evening. As you’d expect from Ruffians, they have teamed up with pioneering partners Bulleit Whiskey for cocktails and Wild Game Co. for an Americana themed menu.
Bulleit’s expert mixologist will be serving up bespoke cocktails for the evening, including a Kentucky Ice Tea (a cooling blend of Bulleit Bourbon, Peach and Apricot liqueur, freshly brewed black tea, lemon and mint) and a Louisville Good Thyme, (a whiskey sour with a twist, using Bulleit Rye, fresh lemon juice, homemade Thyme liqueur and fresh pressed apple juice).
Wild Game Co. have put their stamp on American classics of corn dogs, venison sliders, hot dogs and haggis pops. Hostesses dressed as cigarette girls will embrace the Americana theme – it is going to be a unique and intimate evening!
All food and cocktails are included in the £35 ticket price, and the tickets are strictly pre-order and limited to 80."

When - Thursday 2nd July 2015
There are two sittings: 5.30pm-7.30pm and 8.30pm-10.30pm.

Where - Ruffians Barber Shop & Store, 27 Maiden Lane, WC2E 7JS

Tickets are £35 from Ruffians here or in-store


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Link - Ruffians

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