Sat, Feb 9 @ 11:00 PM
Are you sitting on the couch eating a bag of chips not wearing any underwear? Well, get off your ass and bring those chips to one of New York City's five most popular places to eat: a restaurant!
Eating in a restaurant, (or as it's also known: "getting eaten out") is a great activity that includes the non-starving feeling of eating food with the excitement of paying six times as much as something's worth.
New York City's biggest time-based citywide restaurant event, Restaurant Week, ends one day before the show. Luckily, this just heralds the second-biggest time-based citywide restaurant event: Restaurant Century, 100 Years of Restaurant Deals. And luckily, the very first one is the opening of the newest restaurant that is being described in this very blurb: Cáfé Peánút́.
Cáfé Peánút́ is Brooklyn's newest peanut butter sandwich-based sandwich bar/restaurant. People with peanut allergies are welcome!
Please come to this immersive, food restaurant/comedy show written alphabetically by newly-decided restaurant entrepenuers [sic] Chase Montavon, Larry Sass-Ainsworth and Jason Weitzman. The Health Department Rates this show as a B, as in you gotta "B" there.*
What's on the menu? Food, drinks at The Brick's regular bar, comedy, and actual menus!
Make sure you don't eat the whole day of the show!
*The Health Department generally doesn’t make recommendations for comedy show but they made an exception. The B grade was the second-highest review of the comedy in it, not for the health grade, which is pending.