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GANGS OF NEW YORK
- Rating: R
- Run Time: 167 minutes
- Director: Martin Scorsese
- Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz, Jim Broadbent, Liam Neeson, John C. Reilly
- Format: 35mm
- Year: 2002
- Language: English
- Age Policy: 21 and Up
Nitehawk Cinema Presents:
Spirits, Dinner and a Movie with The Dead Rabbit
GANGS OF NEW YORK
In 1863, Amsterdam Vallon returns to the Five Points area of New York City seeking revenge against Bill the Butcher, his father’s killer.
Nitehawk’s launches its new signature series SPIRITS, DINNER AND A MOVIE this August as we’ve teamed up with The Dead Rabbit (2013 Tales of the Cocktail World’s Best New Cocktail Bar) to present Martin Scorsese’s Gangs of New York. This screening will include incredible crafted cocktails by The Dead Rabbit paired with a delicious food menu inspired by the film. The best part? You’ll be served each course during the specific moments inspired by the film so you can experience edible sensations while watching the action unfold on-screen!
Jack McGarry (2013 Tales of the Cocktail International Bartender of the Year) and Sean Muldoon join us from The Dead Rabbit.
Giving us some of the classic representations of gangsters in cinema, Gangs of New York is Martin Scorsese’s epic love letter to the gritty roots of New York City. At heart, it’s a revenge movie about a young man who returns to New York in order to avenge the death of his father by rival gang member, Bill the Butcher (one of the most memorable performances in film by Daniel Day Lewis). But it’s also about immigration, territory disputes, and the changing landscape of America in the mid 19th century. Larger than life, the film has it all: history, love, loyalty, revenge, and true o.g. gang violence.
Food & Cocktail Menu*
Bill The Butcher
Redbreast 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey, poire eau de vie, lemon sherbet, Dead Rabbit Orinoco Bitters, mace tincture, boiling water, freshly grated nutmeg
The Dead Rabbit
rabbit terrine, whiskey aspic, torn bread
Old Smoke Morrissey
Redbreast 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey, Dolin Rouge Sweet Vermouth, Chartreuse Verte, Bittermens Orange Cream Citrate, Pernod Absinthe, Dead Rabbit Orinoco Bitters
Three Square Meals
bacon and red skinned potato hash, poached quail egg; smoked whitefish salad, celery, My Friend’s Mustard**; blue fish ceviche, lime, jalapeno, tomato
Reddy The Blacksmith
Redbreast 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey, Dead Rabbit Jamaican Rum Mix, Grahams LBV Port Wine, fresh lime juice, raspberry cordial, Dead Rabitt Orinoco Bitters
Whose Man Are You?
port aged rib eye, champ, watercress
Paddy The Priest
small serving of Guinness & Redbreast 12 Year Old Irish Whiskey
The Return of The Dead Rabbits
house-made rabbit sausage, braised cabbage, mustard sauce
blueberry and bourbon pie, OddFellows guinness ice cream***
Harry The Soldier
Redbreast 12 Year Old Cask Strength Irish Whiskey, lemon & orange sherbet, Suze Gentiane, eucalyptus tincture, Dead Rabbit Orinoco Bitters, tamarind nectar, Assam tea
*Food & Cocktail Menu is subject to change. Please inquire with any questions.
**My Friend’s Mustard (beer mustard is born in Brooklyn, raised in Detroit) is locally made by friend-of-Nitehawk, Nick Dodge.
***Custom OddFellows Ice Cream Co. made specifically for Nitehawk’s Spirits Dinner.