Events at Indian Road, 1/18-1/25 and South African Night

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Indian Road Cafe
600 West 218th Street, New York, NY 10034
EVENTS AT INDIAN ROAD
1/18-1/25
Inwood House of Rest, 1910
Inwood House of Rest for Consumptives, 1910
SUNDAY, JANUARY 20th

will teez

12pm Will Teez Memorial

Meet in front of the cafe. The memorial will take place on the peninsula by the baseball diamond.

1 – 3:30PM, Sunday Songs with Steve Murphy
Now in his fourth year at IRC, the Cafés longest running musical act plays piano medleys from The Beatles, Gershwin, Joel, Porter, Ragtime, Rogers and Hart, Broadway and a bit of opera. Impromptu solos of all styles receive a free drink or dessert.
MONDAY thru FRIDAY

4 – 7PM, Happy Hour at the bar

TUESDAY, JANUARY 22nd

knitter

7PM, Indian Road Knitting Circle

Come on in, have a glass of wine, and knit. Come on in, have a glass of wine, and knit.

This week-Knitters Pabst Chug-off!

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23rd

quiz columbia

8 – 10PM, Trivia Night with the Dr. Jordan, the Evil Mr. Phil &

OJ the Imposter

Come on out and join up with your friends and neighbors for a night of raucous fun and great prizes, including tickets to Broadway and sporting events.

THURSDAY, JANUARY 24th

judi

7:30PM, LIVE MUSIC: Jazz with Judi Marie Canterino

Judi Marie brings to the stage a unique jazz style that is steeped in a rich musical history. Beginning her musical training at the age of seven with the classical piano (she performed at the Julliard School of Music through her thirteenth year), she then turned her studies to voice, training classically through high school. Judi’s voice has been heard on international radio and as a guest performer on the Jim Lowe Radio Show in New York. Judi has recently completed a CD titled “Gee Baby” with a large variety of jazz, swing and blues standards.

FRIDAY, JANUARY 25th
chicken sosatie

6PM, SOUTH AFRICAN FOOD NIGHT

with South African Chef Chis van der Walt

Details at the end of this newsletter

hudson
Hendrick’s Beer of the Week
ON DRAUGHT

Hebrew Jewbelation Sweet 16

Brooklyn New York 8oz 16%abv $8

“Full body and mildly fizzy, very syrupy. Big alcohol, burnt toast, black coffee, some molasses, faint syrup, fair wood. HUGE alcohol. Wow!”

Stone Vertical Epic Ale 12.12.12

Escondido, California 8oz 9%abv $5

“This limited release is a Belgian style Abbey Ale. Super dark pour, looks almost like a stout with a slick tan head. Wonderful spiced aroma, cinnamon, cloves and some dark fruit. Flavor is even better, a great balance of the spices and sweet malty goodness. Has a near perfect 98 on ratebeer.com.”

Dogfish Head Burton Baton IPA

Milton, Delaware 8oz 10%abv $9

“Best beer from Dogfish. Smooth vanilla with tons of hops. Oak barrel aging shows through on the mouth. Pours with no head, smells similar to a bourbon. High ABU but goes down quickly. ”

Bronx Brewery Pale Ale

Milton, Delaware 16oz 5.2%abv $7

“This is a deep amber, American-style pale ale. Cascade and Centennial hops provide a gentle, pleasant bitterness with an intense floral and citrus aroma. It is dry-hopped, unfiltered and unpasteurized.”

BY THE BOTTLE

American Oak Bourbon Barrel Bronx Pale Ale

Bronx, New York 22oz 6.3%abv $35

“Only 20 cases were produced of this limited ale, and we were lucky enough to get one. A hint of bourbon perfectly complements this awesome version of Bronx Pale Ale.”

Smuttynose Winter Ale

Portsmouth, New Hampshire 12oz 5.8%abv $7

“Pours a beautiful dark reddish brown out of the bottle. Flavor wise it has the spicy flavor of many Belgians, but that’s about it as far as the Belgian connection goes. Has a pronounced sweetness, with some fruit undertones.”

HeBrew Origin Pomegranate Ale

Brooklyn, New York 22oz (serves 2-3) 8%abv $19

“Brewed with the juice of over 10,000 luscious pomegranates, ORIGIN is a complex, rich and balanced Imperial Amber Ale.”

Bitburger Premium Pils $5

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Indian Road Cafe

South African Night

Friday, January 25th @ 6pm

By South African Chef Chris van der Walt

~ with South African music & wine ~

FIRST

Vetkoek with Apricot Jam

shredded cheddar cheese

SECOND

choice of:

Chilled Curried Haddock

warm pumpkin fritters rolled in cinnamon sugar

Sauteed Chicken Liver Peri Peri

Iceberg Salad with Croutons, Banana and Coconut

THIRD

choice of:

Bunny Chow

beef & tomato stew served in a house made bread bowl

Vegetable Biryani

rice pilaf with seasonal curried vegetables, lentils & sambas

Chicken Sosatie

marinated chicken, pepper & apricot skewer

DESSERT

Traditional Malva pudding with Custard

vanilla Ice cream

35 per person plus tax and gratuity

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