Saturday, September 17, 2011

Fw: Events at Indian Road, 9/16-9/23

Indian Road Cafe


600 West 218th Street, New York, NY 10034

Bolton Inwood Hill Map

Inwood Hill Park, 1930's



8PM, LIVE MUSIC:  Rob Silverman plays classics on piano



11AM - 1PM, Legendary pianist Joel Forrester plays classics and the avant-garde.


8PM, LIVE MUSIC:  Thieves and Poets

Thieves and Poets is a metro NYC based instrumental trio with a wide ranging repertoire. They play jazz, latin, rock, blues, pop, world, chill and ambient grooves. About half of their material is original and the rest is made up of things they like to interpret through their own crazy and complex filter.



12 - 2PM, Will Teez Bike Club

The Inwood Cycling Club meets every Sunday outside of the Indian Road Café.  Show up any time after 11am.  We'll head out a bit after noon, leaving plenty of time to get properly caffeinated, hydrated and schmooze. Meet your neighbors, Rep Your Hood and get your ride on. Everybody's welcome, come one come all. 


1:30 - 3:30PM, Medleys and Mimosa brunch with Stephen Kennedy Murphy 

IRC's Longest Running Musical Act. Now in his third year of playing at The Cafe, Murphy welcomes professional singers of all styles to sing.  

Impromptus soloists receive a free drink or dessert.



4 - 7PM, Happy Hour at the bar




For 12 years in Inwood, Monday nights have seen serious singer-songwriters performing originals and covers; country, rock, folk, jazz, gospel, and alt whatever; electric and acoustic guitars, fiddles, banjos, mandolins, ukuleles, accordions, harmonicas, flutes, keyboards, trombones, saxophones, basses (standup, electric, and acoustic) drums, a cello, and even a berimbau (you can look it up).  Everyone is welcome to perform anything--including stand up and spoken word.



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-Instrumenting Human Bodily Secretions as Yarn Dye.



8 - 10PM, Trivia Night with the Evil Mr. Phil & OJ the Imposter

Dr. Jordan is off to La France for a while-OJ takes over.  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. 



7 - 9PM, No Name Presents:  THE UPTOWN CABERET

No Name producer Eric Vetter calls the Cabaret an opportunity for musical talent to try out new material in a safe and fun place! Hosted by the multi-talented Alex deSuze whose background includes acting, directing and singing at venues throughout the NYC-metro with NY-based composer and teacher Rich Campbell providing the "fierce" musical accompaniment on piano.




Hendrick's Beer of the Week 



Bronx Brewery Pale Ale

Bronx, New York    16oz      6.3%abv     $7

We are proud to present the first beer offered by Bronx Brewery!

"This is a deep amber, American-style pale ale. The Cascade and Centennial hops provide a gentle, pleasant bitterness with an intense floral and citrus aroma.  

It is dry-hopped, unfiltered and unpasteurized."


Weihenstephaner Vitus

Freising, Germany    14oz      7.7%abv     $10

"A light-colored, spicy single-bock wheat beer. Extra long and cold storage in the monastery cellars makes this single-bock a special beer with full body and a distinctively great mouthfeel."


Narragansett Lager

Providence, Rhode Island    16oz      5%abv     $5

"... excellently crisp with a light body for easy drinking. Cereal grain flavor throughout with soft bread crust and a semi sweet finish."



Snapperhead IPA (Butternuts Beer Co. - Can)

Garrattsville, New York      12oz       6.8%abv      $5

"A hazy, copper-orange pour with an off-white head. It has a malty aroma with light citrus and grassy notes and a  medium body.  The taste is bittersweet with more bitterness in the finish."


Brooklyn Sorachi Ace

Brooklyn, New York      750ml       7.6%abv      $22

"This is a saison featuring the rare Japanese-developed hop Sorachi Ace, noted for its unique lemon zest/lemongrass aroma. Flavor is rich, funky, and earthy, with hints of strawberry, bread, spice, and hops.


Long Trail Brewmaster Series Coffee Stout

Bridgewater Corners, Vermont     22oz       8%abv      $10

"The aroma hints at bitter chocolate, but the flavor leans toward really strong coffee. The beer has a really nice creamy consistency, one which you wouldn't expect. Quite nice."

Indian Road

Fall Cocktail Classic

Thursday, October 13th 7:30-10 PM

35 / Person + tax and gratuity


Explore 5 Classic cocktails & some fun variations in this four-course cocktail party. 



Classic Gin Martini, Vesper, Gibson

Housemade Sweet Potato Chips

Mixed Spiced Olives

Watermelon, Cucumber, Feta with Dill Skewers



Manhattan, Upstate Manhattan (rye), Bronx

Pumpkin Soup Shooter with Rye Croutons

Red and Golden Beet Salad with Crème Fraiche on Endive


Old Fashioneds

Whiskey, Bourbon, Sazerac

Welsh Rarebit with Sage and Sautéed Onions (V)

Turkey Sandwich, Herb Focaccia, Cranberry Mayo, Mustard

Baked Quail Eggs with Portobello Mushrooms  



Sidecar, Dyckman After Dark, Sambuca, Absinthe

Shortcake with Sidecar infused Whipped Cream

Affogato with Chocolate Gelato, Espresso & Cointreau

Anisette Biscotti


RSVP at 212.942.7451

or sign up at the coffee counter

Indian Road Cafe | 600 West 218th Street | New York | NY | 10034

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