"The Joy of Sake” is a new annual festival celebrating Japan’s famous drink. Several of New York City’s top restaurants participate.
September 28, 2006 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
The Puck Building
295 Lafayette Street
$75 per person
Join visiting brewers from Japan and sake enthusiasts from New York and Japan to sample this year’s newly released fall sakes. Over 250 sakes, including gold and silver award winners from this year’s U.S. National Sake Appraisal, will be featured. The Joy of Sake is the largest sake tasting held outside of Japan, and a rare opportunity to experience great sakes in peak condition.
Good food and fine sake are made to be enjoyed together. A splendid array of sake appetizers prepared by 15 outstanding restaurants provides an ideal accompaniment to the many fine daiginjo, ginjo and junmai sakes available for sampling.
This year’s list of participating restaurants includes: Artisinal, BAO III, Bond Street, Geisha, Hasaki, Kai, Oms/b, Ono, Sumile, Riingo, Sakagura, Sushi Samba and Tocqueville–with more to come.
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